When ten-year-old Chow Lei witnesses her parent’s brutal murder she becomes emotionally scarred for life. Her maternal grandmother adopts her and attempts to help her, but only when Chow Lei joins a Shaolin Kung Fu school does any emotional healing occur.
Serafina is anything but a normal girl, and has never been seen by the owner of Biltmore Estate, the place that holds the basement where she lives. She spends most of her nights hunting rats, and this leads her to finding the one behind the rash of missing children. When he comes for her, she finds out about the black cloaks power, and takes it upon herself and her new found friend Braeden, the nephew of the estate’s owners, to save the children in the estate.
I love doing ARC reviews for Fiery Seas Publishing, and their most recent release of The Renaissance Club was no exception. Another stellar story and subtle romance! Rachel Dacus' story weaves the past and the present together in a seamless blend of prose and poetry, with subtle undertones reminiscent of a fine Italian culinary dish.
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