Oria's Enchantment

Sorcerous Moons

Book 5
Jeffe Kennedy
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 The Temptation of Power

No longer a princess and not yet a queen, the sorceress Oria welcomes the rush of power
the ancient mask brings her—though the obsessive connection to it frightens her and
alarms her barbarian husband, Lonen. But retreat is not an option. She must wrestle the
magic to prevent an annihilating war, even if she must make the ultimate sacrifice.

A World in Flames

If Lonen wants to reclaim his throne—and save his people from destruction—he must
return by sunset on the seventh day. What he thought would be a short and simple
journey, however, leads them deeper into the mountains—and Oria deeper into the thrall

of foul magic. Until he must choose between two terrible paths.

A Heart-Wrenching Choice

Struggling with conflicting loyalties, Oria and Lonen fight to find a way to be together…
lest they be separated forever, and their realms go down in flames with them.

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Jeffe Kennedy
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Published on
Jan 28, 2019
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Pages
196
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ISBN
9781945367397
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English
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Fiction / Fantasy / Dragons & Mythical Creatures
Fiction / Fantasy / Romantic
Fiction / Romance / Fantasy
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