SHAMAN, SISTER, SORCERESS
An Olivia Lawson Techno-Shaman Novel Book Three
If techno-shaman Olivia Lawson thinks a trip to the Hopi mesas is the escape she needs, she is gravely mistaken. Abducted from her tour, Livvy quickly discovers that all is not as it seems in the quiet villages.
Formidable shamans draw her into a bitter and centuries-old conflict. While Livvy struggles to do what’s right, she can’t help but pursue an unexpected chance to be with the man she loves.
But as prophecies turn deadly, even the gods of the Multiverse play their part and Livvy must choose–between this world and a new one, between action and acceptance, between duty and desire. With all existence hanging in the balance, Livvy finds that, where choice begins, innocence ends.
“An escalating saga of the razor-edge balance between lives and worlds, innocence and guilt, armistice and total war, Shaman, Sister, Sorceress is a thoroughly engaging read, ideal for fans of fantasy with a modern twist. Also highly recommended are the previous novels in the Olivia Lawson Techno-Shaman series, Shaman, Healer, Heretic and Shaman, Friend, Enemy.” – Midwest Book Review
What Readers Are Saying About Shaman, Sister, Sorceress:
Awesome story…. once you begin the first book you will be hooked right on thru to the latest one! I found the main character to be very real and down to earth. Without giving any of the story away, let me just say that I cannot see anyone who would not enjoy reading each and every one of these books (in the series)!
An enthralling story with heart-stopping suspense, a topic so unexplored, and realistic, grounded, could-be-you characters. Not only highly imaginative, but also absorptive into a whole new urban fantasy world, this third installment of the Olivia Lawson, Techno-Shaman series is an exciting, fascinating continuation of Livvy’s shamanistic duties–and what happens when they go awry.
I like the concept, plot line, characters…I’m happy enough I got the whole series! Thank you for the love interest with a sense of sensuality without the sex, and for the dichotomy of dark and light magic. Good stuff.