Shades of Doon Paperback

by Carey Corp; Lorie Langdon;

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The third book in the Doon series, Shades of Doon is set in fairy-tale world of castles, princes, and hidden dangers...

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Shades of Doon

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With her best friend Mackenna Reid now a permanent citizen of Doon, and her relationship with her prince and true love Jaime back on track, Veronica is certain things are finally right with her kingdom. Until she suddenly becomes ill, collapsing as the witch of Doon begins draining of her life. Desperate to save Veronica, Jamie will do anything--including casting a forbidden spell that trades his health for Vee's recovery.

As Doon celebrates the queen's newfound health, Mackenna focuses on organizing a festival complete with theater productions. But just as her dream of bringing a musical to Doon comes to life, strange catastrophes begin to sweep the kingdom, and the once-unshakable Jamie's behavior is becoming more dangerous and erratic as well, and soon he and his brother, Duncan, are at serious and seeming irreparable odds.

It is left to Vee and Kenna to rescue Jamie from himself--but in doing so, they could forever alter Doon and give the witch the power she's always craved.

Shades of Doon by Carey Corp; Lorie Langdon was published by Zondervan in July 2016. The ISBN for Shades of Doon is 9780310742418.

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Details for Shades of Doon

Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherZondervan (July 2016)
Number of Pages368
Thickness23 mm
Height135 mm
Width204 mm
Product Code4375121
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