Blood Song (Lharmell, Book 1) by Rhiannon Hart

By Rhiannon Hart

A princess with a longing for blood. A stranger who is familiar with her mystery. A land the place not anything is because it turns out. while her sister turns into betrothed to a prince in a northern kingdom, Zeraphina's basically consolations are that her unswerving animal partners are through her facet - and that her burning starvation to go back and forth north is ultimately being sated. Already her black hair and light eyes mark her out as diverse, yet now Zeraphina needs to be much more cautious to maintain her mystery safe.

Craving blood isn't really thought of general behaviour for somebody, not to mention a princess. So while the king's consultant, Rodden, turns out to understand extra approximately her situation than she does, Zeraphina is set to determine extra. Zeraphina has to be prepared to sacrifice every little thing if she's to discover the reality - yet what if in actual fact past her worst nightmares?

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He knew that voice as well. Tasslehoff Burrfoot stood quite close to him. Raistlin had only to rise up from the bench and walk a few paces and he could reach out his hand and touch him. Flint Fireforge was standing beside the kender, and though they both had their backs to Raistlin, he could picture the exasperated look on the old dwarf’s face as he tried arguing with a kender. Raistlin had seen the quivering beard and flushed cheeks often enough. It can’t be! Raistlin told himself, shaken. Tasslehoff was in my mind, and now I have conjured him up whole.

Par-Salian did not believe in using magic for the sake of convenience. He read by candlelight, not magical light. He swept his floor with a plain, ordinary broom. He required everyone living and working in the Tower to do the same. The candle burned out, and the fire dwindled, leaving Par-Salian in darkness, save for the glow of the dying embers. He gave up trying to study his spells. That required concentration, and he could not concentrate his mind upon memorizing the arcane words. Ansalon was in turmoil.

Raistlin sank back into the dream. “Don’t try to stop me, Tanis. I killed Caramon once, you see. Or rather, it was an illusion meant to teach me to fight against the darkness within. But they were too late. ” Raistlin woke with a start. He knew that voice as well. Tasslehoff Burrfoot stood quite close to him. Raistlin had only to rise up from the bench and walk a few paces and he could reach out his hand and touch him. Flint Fireforge was standing beside the kender, and though they both had their backs to Raistlin, he could picture the exasperated look on the old dwarf’s face as he tried arguing with a kender.

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