The Fall of the Stone - Christine Duts

Sometimes there’s a Reason why a Past Life Should Remain Forgotten

Callie has no recollection of her past immortal life. Now that Daniel and she have moved in together, there seems to be no need to remind her of the glorious harpy she used to be … Until the winged statue in their garden turns out to be more than it seemed, and they are hurled back into the world of harpies, the cruel MerFolk, vicious sirens, and a mysterious being that thrives on fire.
With human bounty hunters on the loose, going after them for the Church, enemies abound and safe places dwindle for everyone involved. Soon, the vast ocean might provide a last haven, unless its depth reveals the danger lurking below.

When Daniel and Callie get separated, each stuck with different unearthly creatures, events drive them away from each other. Obstacles pile up, and a reunion seems to be further and further away from what they hoped.

This time, the Stone alone might not be enough to save them all.

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