To the enemy.
Now, Tera is a slave to a people she detests. Near the land where her mother died. And the spirits have not yet seen fit to gift her with the healing powers her family is known for.
Yet, when escape is finally imminent, she realizes that she doesn’t have anyone to run to.
What a change of pace! I’m not really into fantasies but when I learned that Dana Marton had written one I just had to grab it.
Like all of her stories, it’s fun, emotional, and adventurous. The fantasy? Well, it was fantastic but not so far out of the realm of possibility that I couldn’t fathom or understand. I’ll definitely be reading the next book in this series!
|Steam:||For most it’s probably a YA, but there is frank discussion and explanation about concubines, loss of virginity, and birthing.|
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