Slaying a Tyrant

· Ancestors of Jaiya Book 1 · Jaglion Press
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Journey to the country of Jaiya, in a world not quite like ours. Here the humans wield magical powers and fight against an Empire which seeks to enslave them, but they share their world with insect people and trollfolk, and stranger things lurk in the shadows…


Vanti would be happy to spend her life in dance and choreography, but her family chooses her as their champion in a deadly gladiators’ tournament. To save her country from enslavement, she must defeat King Obiar the Conqueror and his magical powers. But will the brooding trainer named Gurion be her guide in the battle to come…or a dangerously handsome distraction?


Note: Tyrant is meant as a standalone with a “happily ever after” ending. However, the heroes in the later books in this series are descended from Vanti and Gurion, who are also the ancestors of some of the characters in the original Jaiya series. The romance is on the sweet side, but there is some violence due to the villains’ actions and the tournament in which the main characters fight.


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4.8
33 reviews
Mary Tudor
February 27, 2020
I loved this book!!💛😊.....I wish the other books were free as well so that I could read them as well.
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Eduard Kulatunga
October 8, 2020
It develops nicely and gets interesting .
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debra Jones
December 2, 2019
Good read.
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