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Publisher Description

The night has lifted and Sara Fairchild is out for blood. But this time, it’s her own. A gifted fighter and a skilled battle mage, Sara is now fighting everything she stands for — her heritage. For too long, she has held onto the certainty that her father was an honorable man.

But what does honor mean when you’re at war and surrounded by corruption from all sides? As Sara Fairchild brings the Kades to their knees and manages to capture a prize that rivals Nissa Sardonien’s worth to imperial intelligence, she has to wonder — how far should she go to extract the secrets her Empress and her empire needs?

As she fights to outmaneuver her growing list of enemies and win a war that becomes more complicated by the day, Sara Fairchild knows that no matter what, the empire will never be the same.

GENRE
Young Adult
RELEASED
2018
January 21
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
275
Pages
PUBLISHER
Terah Edun
SELLER
Draft2Digital, LLC
SIZE
600.7
KB

Customer Reviews

ladyemma1119 ,

Another Job Well Done

In this next installment of Sara’s life we find her faced with greater challenges than ever before. Picking up right where the last book left off, Sara and her group are in the midst of a battle. By default Sara becomes the leader and has to make some pretty tough choices. Those choices follow her when she and the group return to camp.

Terah spends a lot of time in this book developing Sara’s character, but also developing the secondary characters that are so important to the story. This book is the perfect blend of magic, action, and dialogue. I can’t wait to see where book 4 takes us.

FluffyTB ,

Grammar

One too many grammar mistakes. Kind of annoying to read after a while

Angie 1331 ,

Awesome story!!

In this third book we can see how the heroine is not only growing up but also the other characters as well. You can expect more action the battles are very vivid and full of action. She is closer to find the true about her father but you can also see how the other characters have there own back story.

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