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Michele Hauf

Michele HaufMichele Hauf is a romance writer who has written a fantasy trilogy published by Luna. Michele Hauf’s website lists her other works.

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Changeling

Changeling — (2004-2006) Publisher: Winter, 1433 — and Jeanne d’Arc’s ashes still glow… In the battle between Good and Evil, the Black Knight’s sword fells enemies with silent grace. The Knight has sworn that fallen angel Lucifer de Morte and his cruel brotherhood will pay for their reign of terror over France — and over the d’Ange family, where nearly all have died a terrible death. All but one… Yet the Knight’s hard-won battles and dented armor hide a larger secret. For “he” is actually Seraphim d’Ange. She is traveling to de Morte’s desnes, executing his demon henchmen along the way. Now, aided by Baldwin, a family retainer, and San Juste, a mysterious stranger, Sera grows closer and closer to her final target. Yet little does she know that there is one more aspect of power she herself holds…

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Seraphim: Did Not Finish

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Seraphim by Michele Hauf

The year is 1433. Seraphim d’Ange is a young woman riding through France on a quest for revenge. The de Morte brothers attacked the d’Ange castle, killing Seraphim’s family. Seraphim was raped, wounded, and left for dead. Now she is disguised as “the Black Knight” and killing off the de Morte brothers one by one. Two down, three to go.

All of this takes place before Seraphim begins. Sera is now preparing to eradicate the third brother. She and her squire, Baldwin, meet a stranger on their journey, who joins them when it turns out that he has similar aims. The stranger is Dominique St. Juste, a handsome man with faery blood. Sparks fly.

Michele Hauf attempts an elevated, old-fashioned style, but breaks that tone with anachronisms: using “teen” to describe Baldwin, for example, and having people say “Really?... Read More