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Occasional Sexual Content
Occasional Coarse Language
Overall Rating: 6.731
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"magic, ya, fantasy, medieval, slave, love, romance, love triangle, mage, dragon, family, morals, traders"
Kemla’s a teenager living in the Summer’s Mountains. She’s quick witted, not shy of action and smart but life outside the protective circle where she lives is all but beyond her reach. Then one day she’s kidnapped by slave traders, helped by magic and learns to trust. All the while she’s trying to avoid her past. Kemla has an uncanny magical connection with her partner in crime, her horse, together they are so strong that in intense moments their souls join and two become one. Magic isn’t just a part of her life, it is who she is. FireMagic runs through her veins, the lightning has always called to her. How is it that until now she’s didn’t even know she had magic? Perhaps because magic is far from considered a gift in Summers Realm, it’s a curse and is punishable by death.
What man could love such a wild child?
In this book romance is a theme from the beginning. Kemla is seventeen, of marrying age, but first she needs to learn that not every man is out to harm her. Not every man is like her da. She meets her guy, saves his sister from a bandit attack, and still can’t speak the truth of her own past.
“My family’s wanted for murder. I am wanted for the death and torture of a noble family, children and a woman too.”
This project began when I was thirteen years old, though admittedly it looked different then. There were endless pages of world building and maps covering my bedroom walls. I wonder what my mother thought of it all?
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Kemia is a caring, if somewhat unexperienced young woman. At 16, she seems like she still has a child's imagination, but the ability to hear others' thoughts sets her apart from most of her adopted family. Faced with the threat of starvation if she doesn't hunt and go to the town, the other option might be dreaded marriage.
The first chapter packs a powerful message, and introduces me to…Read More
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