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    ... Death makes for strange bedfellows~

         Rann ua Galbraithe, warrior and clansman, plunges from a cliff  toward imminent death.   Until he wakes up in a foreign keep.

        Morgan, a marauder’s daughter seeks to protect her people by keeping her father’s death from her tyrant grandfather…

  until a half-dead man wrapped in a soldier’s cloak, threatens everything she holds dear. 


   When The Dragon, an ancient order of assassins, enlists Morgan and Rann in a dangerous plot, the two quickly become

  pawns in a deadly game of kings and killers.


One wrong move could cost them their hearts…or their lives.



"Because it was a Golden Heart finalist, I expected Faire Game to be well-written, and it exceeded my expectations. The time travel element, which popped us around to several different time periods, kept the pacing dizzy-fast. Gwynndolyn and Kryryn were compelling in any century and Richard is the scariest villain I've run across since Hannibal Lecter."

                     ~Author,  Jeanne Oates Estridge


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