Champions of the Crown #1
On Sale: May 23, 2014
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As part of a sect called the Strages, Marcella is ordered
execute fierce assaults on the Logia—gifted believers in
triune deity known as the Crown. After receiving a vision,
she begins to question her allegiance and finds herself
seeking counsel from a leader in the Logia faith, whom she
was sent to annihilate.
When her mentor, Thaed, uncovers her betrayal, he orders
to do the unthinkable—kill the Logia leader who has become
her friend. Her choice will result in either the
of the Logia or her own death. The series of Strages
call the Logia to prepare for a major battle. In doing so,
Gaultier Lassiter is enlisted. When he discovers an
unconscious young woman buried in a snowdrift, his world is
turned upside down. She has no memory and no ability to
speak—only a strange symbol carved into her chest. The
question of her identity leads to a journey of legendary
Between his own personal struggles with his estranged
brother, his unmet potential, and the murder of a close
friend, Gaultier fights to cling to his faith. And once the
mystery is solved, will Gaultier be prepared to face the
Champions of the Crown
10 comments posted.
It's so interesting to read about the inspiration behind the
characters and their development. As a reader, I find I have
a greater connection with the characters when I learn about
their genesis. I'm looking forward to reading this book.
(Deb Philippon 6:37pm August 15, 2014)
It's always interesting to read the background of the books
the Authors write. It makes these books a little more
special as you read them!! In this instance, knowing that
information should make your book quite an interesting read,
and I'm looking forward to reading your book, since I'm not
familiar with your writing yet. Congratulations on your
(Peggy Roberson 9:15am August 16, 2014)
I LOVE reading the background on characters in books. Poison looks like an AWESOME read.
(Mina Gerhart 9:36am August 16, 2014)
I thought the excerpt was interesting and I can't wait to
read the rest.
(Toni Whitmire 12:09pm August 16, 2014)
I like when stories have something concrete to anchor them
like your stars and such. Looks like a unique read.
(Alyson Widen 4:18pm August 16, 2014)
This book sounds great. I love to find new authors (new to me)
Thanks for the great background on it.
(Karen Hansen 6:41pm August 16, 2014)
Thank you for the insights into the origin of this story, looks interesting.
(Mary Mccoy 7:28pm August 16, 2014)
Sounds like a book I would like to read.
(Sharon DiPrima 8:13pm August 16, 2014)
i will read this one for sure
(Debbi Shaw 8:36pm August 16, 2014)
Thank you for the insight into the characters. It is fun to
hear how stories come about.
(Denise Austin 1:27pm August 17, 2014)
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