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PRAISE FOR M.J. SCOTT'S FOUR ARTS SERIES 


The Shattered Court - nominated for Best Paranormal Romance in the 2016 RITA® Awards. 

“Scott (the Half-Light City series) opens her Four Arts fantasy series with the portrait of a young woman who’s thrust into the center of dangerous political machinations… Romance fans will enjoy the growing relationship between Cameron and Sophie, but the story’s real strength lies in the web of intrigue Scott creates around her characters.” 

—Publishers Weekly 


“Fans of high fantasy and court politics will enjoy The Shattered Court. Sophie is such a great heroine...”

—RT Book Reviews 


DESCRIPTION: THE FORBIDDEN HEIR 


She ran to save her life. Now what . . . 


Lady Sophia Mackenzie has left almost everything behind. Her country. Her family. Her trust in the queen she suspects tried to kill her. All she has left is her own fledgling magic and her new husband, Cameron. But having fled Anglion to stay alive, she now has to learn how to face the dangers and temptations of Illvya, a land where the magic they practice is everything she’s been raised to fear. 


To those who rule Illvya—the mages with their demon familiars and the parliament—having an unbound royal witch like Sophie in their midst is to some an unparalleled opportunity and to others an unbearable threat. As factions form around them, Sophia and Cameron struggle to navigate the intrigues and repercussions of their flight from Anglion. Illvya seeks to control them and Anglion may well still be trying to kill them. As their choices close in around them and Sophia begins to discover the potential of her powers, their bond—both magical and emotional—is pushed to the limit. In the end, in order to survive, Sophia will have to decide between loyalty and destiny and hope the price of her choice is one she can bear to pay . . .   

GENRE
Sci-Fi & Fantasy
RELEASED
2017
7 November
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
338
Pages
PUBLISHER
Emscott enterprises
SELLER
Melanie Scott
SIZE
2.9
MB

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