Broken Bridge

Book Two of the Glass Bottles Series

J Dark

Sometimes a broken bridge has to be crossed.

Talk about Byzantine influences.

Fern Fatelli is approached by a desperate father to find his daughter before something bad happens to her, only to find that the job is really a diversion made to have her owe a service to a fae lord.

Cobb, the fae lord, then contracts Fern, not as a finder, but as a wizard, and forces her to re-open the Anolyn way.

As this is going on, Cobb is deliberately obstructing her research, and, more sinisterly, sending creatures to attack her, all the while expecting results.

What does a girl do to get a break?

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About The Author

J Dark

J Dark

J Dark is a latecomer to the writing profession, but enjoying every moment that life will allow. “The best thing to me is writing a story that someone enjoys. If I've made something fun and entertaining for people, it's a win-win.”

J Dark lives with a house full of dreams, three cats, and various friends who occasionally drop by and stay for a while.

The author lives in Kansas, where the winds blow all the time, and, if you blink your eyes, the weather changes. You can find out more about the author's work at The Pandemonium.

2 reviews for Broken Bridge

  1. L. A. Jacob

    “The novel is a wild, whiplash of a ride, with twists and turns and surprises.”

    L. A. Jacob, author of Grimaulkin and War Mage

  2. Ryan Southwick

    “If you’re an urban fantasy fan, then pick up Broken Bridge. You won’t regret it.”

    Ryan Southwick, author of Angels in the Mist and Zima: Origins

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