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Wing Wind (Legacies of Arnan #2) by Paige L. Christie

Prospective Press
$24.95, hardcover / $9.99, paperback
ISBN: 978-1-943419678
April, 2018
Fiction: Fantasy
Available from your local bookstore or www.Amazon.com

"Two fast friends, welded by choice and fate to an incompatible dynamic—and a love that will try the depth and scope of their human destinies as never before. A powerful second book for a brand new series."
—Janny Wurts, author of the Wars of Light and Shadow series

The land withers under the pall of Draigon Weather, ushering in a new Sacrifice in the trading town of Melbis.

Cleod, lead sword of Kilras Dorn's renowned caravan, finds himself haunted by his failures and the shadow of long-departed Leiel. Shaa, the Draigon that broke and nearly killed him, has returned, and the need for revenge ignites his soul. Now he must choose between two lives—that of solace and friendship or that of violence and death. Whether to be a trusted guardian or a Draigon slayer.

Far to the north, the Draigon share old teachings, laughter, and heartache. Hard lessons prepare the newest of them for the role she will claim. Then, time-honored treaties between Draigon and Draighil are violated, threatening everything the Draigon protect. Now they must decide which is of greater need—continuing the secrets held for centuries or exposing the truth of their existence.

For knowledge, the Draigon know and Cleod will come to understand, can raise a storm to shake the very future of Arnan.

Always a nerd, obsessive about hobbies like photography, Ghawazee Dance, and listening to the characters in her head, Paige L. Christie was raised in Maine and lives in the mountains of North Carolina, writing speculative fiction, walking her dog, and being ignored by her herd of three-legged cats. As a believer in the power of words, Paige tries to tell stories that are both entertaining and thoughtful. Especially of interest are tales that speak to women and open a space where adventure and fantasy are not all about happy endings.

 
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