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Princess Of The Sword

Princess Of The Sword, January 2009
The Nine Kingdoms #3
by Lynn Kurland

Berkley Sensation
368 pages
ISBN: 0425225682
EAN: 9780425225684
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"The fate of a kingdom is bound together with a magical love of two people -- and a legendary sword."

Fresh Fiction Review

Princess Of The Sword
Lynn Kurland

Reviewed by Sue Burke
Posted December 15, 2008

Fantasy Saga | Romance Paranormal

Morgan of Melksham and her lover, Miach, come face-to-face with their destiny in PRINCESS OF THE SWORD. Morgan must come to grips with the past that binds her, the present that she often rails against and her future still untold. She does all this, as bravely as she is able, with the man she loves, and who loves her in return, at her side. Proficient sword-wielder and reluctant magic-weaver, Morgan and Miach must stand firm before the evil sweeping their world.

PRINCESS OF THE SWORD is a stunning conclusion to Morgan and Miach's story. Kurland's words jump off the page. Her characters are engaging, her world fully realized and the story brilliantly plotted and well-told. Even if it's been a while since you've read STAR OF THE MORNING and THE MAGE'S DAUGHTER, you won't have any problem getting right back into the story. It felt as fresh and exciting as when I first started this saga.

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The stirring conclusion to the “superb romantic fantasy trilogy”(Midwest Book Review) from the USA Today bestselling author of The Mage’s Daughter.

Born out of “a fantasy world…too wonderful to miss” (Paranormal Romance) the Nine Kingdoms Trilogy now explodes in the fiercest battle yet as the fate of a kingdom lies with a man and woman bound by love, magic, and a legendary—and perilous—sword.

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