Part war drama, part romance, Storm from the East is the second installment in Joanna Hathawayâ€™s epic Glass Alliance series
Glass Alliance #2
On Sale: February 11, 2020
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Young Adult Fantasy | Young Adult Romance
War has begun, and the days of Athan’s and Aurelia’s secret, summer romance feel a world away.
Led by Athan’s father, the revolutionary Safire have launched a secret assault upon the last royal kingdom in the South, hoping to depose the king and seize a powerful foothold on the continent. Athan proves a star pilot among their ranks, struggling to justify the violence his family has unleashed as he fights his way to the capital—where, unbeknownst to him, Aurelia has lived since the war’s onset. Determined to save the kingdom Athan has been ordered to destroy, she partners with a local journalist to inflame anti-Safire sentiment, all while learning this conflict might be far darker and more complex than she ever imagined.
When the two reunite at last, Athan longing to shake the nightmare of combat and Aurelia reeling from the discovery of a long-buried family truth come to light, they’ll find the shadow of war stretches well beyond the battlefield. Each of them longs to rekindle the love they once shared . . . but each has a secret they’re desperate to hide.
20 comments posted.
Re: Storm from the East
I think some cooked down apples , like a chunky applesauce,
with a touch of cinnamon and brown sugar would be a good
topping. Over it all, a large dollop of whipped cream would
finish it nicely.
(Patricia Barraclough 12:28pm February 13)
strawberries . . ..YUM!
(Martin Bodnar 8:36am February 13)
(Nancy Reynolds 10:20am February 13)
I love pears,,i have a pear tree that i let the local
Mennonites come and pick,they make pear butter and always
bring me a case cause i give them the whole tree to pick
(Vickie Couturier 1:50pm February 13)
(Melanie Rosen 12:34pm February 14)
I would chose peaches, pears or apricots to add on top of
my war cake.
(Alyson Widen 12:53pm February 14)
(Amy Crockett 12:58pm February 14)
oh strawberries come to mama :)
(Margo Beredjiklian 2:15pm February 14)
Brandy soaked cherries. YUM!
(Jamie Gillespie 2:17pm February 14)
When I try this I'll see if can find any peaches, it sounds
(Nancy Krueger 2:53pm February 14)
(Blanche Nixon 3:24pm February 14)
Those cherries seem like the best choice to me!
(Lisa Sabatini 7:19pm February 14)
I think just a simple white icing drizzled over top of cake
with some crushed walnuts.
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(Carol Luciano 4:01am February 15)
I would not put any fruit on top but have sliced peaches on the side.
(Joy Isley 1:01pm February 15)
Nectarines would be delicious.
(Caryl Kane 3:31pm February 15)
I would cook some dried apples with a bit more of that brown
sugar and cover the top of the cake with this.
(Michelle Willms 3:53pm February 15)
(Tracy Urschler 7:13pm February 15)
Any fruit that is a berry, blue, black or raspberry!
(Teresa Warner 9:31pm February 15)
(Lori Byrd 7:43pm February 16)
(Anna Speed 1:08pm February 17)
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