When Dark Warriors invade her country, it is up to Princess Kamarie to seek out the legendary king’s warrior and request his aid. The feisty princess has spent her life dreaming of adventure and is thrilled to be tasked with such a quest. There’s only one thing that can dampen the princess’s excitement: Oraeyn. The squire views his task of protecting the princess on her journey as an inglorious assignment and makes no attempt to hide his disappointment.
Despite a rocky start to their journey – in which Oraeyn throws the obnoxious princess in a river just to get her to call him by name – the travelers soon learn that they must depend upon one another if they are to locate the man they have been sent to find.
The adventure merely begins when they meet Brant: a warrior with a mysterious past. He joins their cause readily, his heart smoldering with a vendetta Kamarie cannot completely understand. But whether she trusts him or not, the hope of their world rests on the steel he wears at his side….
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Second Son is the second book in The Minstrel’s Song series.
“In waning days of autumn gold
A shadow shall spread across the sky
A banner of darkness here foretold;
Yet a second-son that darkness defies.
Born ‘neath the sign of Yorien’s stars
He comes to turn the battle’s tide
Wanderer he, to shores afar
Warrior he, the Eagle’s pride.”
The idea of a second-son becoming king defies every tradition the people of Llycaelon hold dear, but a prophecy spoken hundreds of years ago determines the course of young Rhoyan’s future.
Rhoyan has no control over his own life. First he is put into training to assume a throne he has no desire for. Then he is chased from his home by the fierce jealousy of his older brother. In desperation Rhoyan flees across the sea to begin a new life, but destiny once again has something else in store for his future….
Coming soon in the SPRING of 2013!
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