By Deborah Chester

Males. One is a prince of royal blood. the opposite is a half-breed, half human, half elf. however the half that's human can also be royal. ladies. One is a princess, pampered and safe. the opposite lives within the woodland, the chief of a band of rebels. She too has 11 blood.This is their story--the story of affection and hate, braveness and cowardliness, and magic either darkish and light... KLIATT has praised Deborah Chester's novels for being "exciting," "page-turners," and "suspenseful"

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To his eyes, it looked as difficult as bridling a wild horse. “In Thod’s name, hurry, man,” he said impatiently to Suchin. ” “Aye, sire,” Suchin said breathlessly as he succeeded in getting the second boot on. Faldain rolled onto his stomach and began crawling away as fast as he could. Tobeszijian let Suchin chase the child and instead went to one of the cupboards and opened it. He pulled out items of clothing at random, surprised at how small they were, and how finely made. Frowning, Tobeszijian looked in vain for sturdy clothing suitable for travel.

Yes, beloved. ” Grief filled her eyes. “Sorry,” she whispered. ” He stroked her hot cheek. “What could be your fault? Mun-cel’s ambition and those accursed reformers—” “No, listen to me,” she said urgently. “I was casting with sight, parting the veils of seeing. I was lonely, missing you, missing my own people. It’s forbidden, but I wanted to come to you across the—” “Hush,” he said, hiding a shudder of worry. “Never mind now. Come spring I will take you home, and you will see all your family.

One look and she quickly retreated, drawing the circle on her breast. “Oh, your majesty,” she whispered. ” Tobeszijian said angrily. He shook Nereisse hard until her head bounced on the pillow. “Nereisse! ” His cry came straight from his wounded heart. She could not answer him, could not smile into his eyes with that little crinkle of her eyelids reserved for him alone. She could not sing to him. She could not laugh and skip across the gardens with the children bounding after her. She could not ride in her troika, bundled in furs, her eyes shining in the starlight and her breath a mist about her delicate nostrils.

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