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Daughter of the Sun by Lonnie Ezell


Daughter of the Sun by Lonnie Ezell

In a Breath, she was condemned. Ever since her mother nearly destroyed their village with outlawed magic, Elena has wanted nothing more than to raise her only child in peace. But that peace is shattered when she calls the Breath to save her daughter's life...To a race against hope. When her daughter is ripped away from her, she is forced to confront her hatred of her mother, the Breath, and her drunken, ex-hero of a husband as she races across the country to steal her daughter back from the two most powerful men alive. But the Duke and the Overlord each have their own plans for her...That only one can win. A pawn in a game of thrones, she must find a way to rescue her daughter and defeat them both. If she can not, the entire world will pay the price. Listen to reviews and learn more at:

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Publication date

14th May 2007


Lonnie Ezell

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336 pages


Science fiction



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