The Hidden Will of the Dragon (Countess Elizabeth Bathory #2)
It is 1628, Vienna, and the aging Lady Amara Borbala has collapsed before fulfilling her promise to complete the historical truth about her life long companion, the infamous Countess Elizabeth Bathory. In her last entry before her illness Amara writes, "It'd been nearly 130 years since Vlad Tepes arranged the secret agreement. Was it truly possible that the kin of an ancient advisor was still carrying out the contact, or would we be sadly disappointed by a ruined and forgotten plan? In book two, the journey of the rise and demise of one of history's most intriguing noble female murderers continues. Come following Elizabeth and Amara through the canals of Venice and high into the Carpthaian Mountains to discover the inevitable. How the story of the Blood Countess ends!

The Hidden Will of the Dragon (Countess Elizabeth Bathory #2) Details

Book TitleThe Hidden Will of the Dragon (Countess Elizabeth Bathory #2)
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ISBN9781452890050
LanguageEnglish
Pages494
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The Hidden Will of the Dragon (Countess Elizabeth Bathory #2) Reviews

  • L.A.
    Dec 31, 1969

    L.A.

    Article first published as Book Review: Hidden Will of the Dragon by Charlie Courtland on Blogcritics.As Lady Amara's illness continues to worsen, the shortness of time drives her to finish the ledger she has promised Count Drugeth. He has only recently sought her out in in effort to k...

  • Jennifer
    Dec 31, 1969

    Jennifer

    This was an adventure that will not soon be forgotten. It will linger in your memory, drawing you back to the moments captured within the story. What an amazing cast of characters. Each one unique, yet attached in some way or another to each other. As a reader, I was taken on an advent...

  • Doris Devarowing
    Dec 31, 1969

    Doris Devarowing

    once you start, can not put this book down, each chapter lures you into the next one. author knows how to spin a tale and keep you guessing. and yet I am drawn into the characters, they all seem so real but clearly from a past century. vividly written so easy for my imagination to beco...

  • Tara Chevrestt
    Dec 31, 1969

    Tara Chevrestt

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  • Sarah (Workaday Reads)
    Dec 31, 1969

    Sarah (Workaday Reads)

    Amara Borbala was the lady-in-waiting companion to Countess Elizabeth Bathory, the Blood Countess. They were together from the time they were young girls until after Elizabeth's trial. This is her account of what really transpired, as dictated in a manuscript intended for Elizabeth's g...

  • Alex
    Dec 31, 1969

    Alex

    I received a copy of this from the author! Thank you so much, Charlie! I can't wait to start reading this.UPDATE:First of all, thank you again to Charlie! I was so lucky to get both this and the first book from the author.I LOVED this book. I read it while on my vacation in Disney Worl...

  • Chrissie
    Dec 31, 1969

    Chrissie

    Not my kind of book. Neither the writing nor the plot appeals to me.Should I try The Countess instead? Maybe, but I am not so sure that will appeal either. ...

  • Elena
    Dec 31, 1969

    Elena

    "The Hidden Will of the Dragon" is just as enjoyable as "Dandelions in the Garden" was. I am not sure which one I liked more: maybe this one, because it was darker and had more shocking moments; but there were also some things I really liked in the first part, which unfortunately disap...

  • A.G. Dow
    Dec 31, 1969

    A.G. Dow

    I recently read Dandelions in the Garden by Charlie Courtland, and became an instant fan of her storytelling. So, naturally I was very much looking forward to reading the book's sequel, The Hidden Will of the Dragon. Unfortunately, I was barely two chapters in when I realized this nove...

  • Polly Watson
    Dec 31, 1969

    Polly Watson

    So while I can't get enough of The Countess, I have to say that Charlie Courtland's THE HIDDEN WILL OF THE DRAGON, 2nd in her series about The Countess (see my previous post on DANDELIONS IN THE GARDEN) is not one that I enjoyed reading. Yes, I'm still fascinated by the story of the Co...