Silver and Light: The Lionheart Province

· The Chronicles of Alburnium Book 2 · Castle Book Creations

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A kingdom in jeopardy. A ruler trying to govern fairly. A runaway looking for safety. And the evil rogue scheming to take it all over.

Regent Leon's time to take control of his Province has finally arrived.

Except nobody will take such a young and inexperienced ruler seriously. His advisors tell him that he needs to find a wife and become a family man to prove to his people that he understands their plight. The only problem is that the one he'd like to give his heart to is far away from his capital city of Rodon.

Kardia is determined to find a place in Alburnium where she will be safe from the danger of pestilent wizards.

She will make the journey to meet King Shaydon, no matter how far or how long it takes her. Her injured hands hinder her progress and Kardia fears she's lost her rare Sano gift. Will the king, or anyone else, even accept her after seeing how damaged she is?

Darnel desires to grow in power and strength so he can depend only upon himself.

He has a plan. With Fajer the wizard powerless, and Anwynn's allegiance turning in his direction, Darnel hatches a plan to use the elf maiden to overthrow Rodon and gain power over the Province of Rodonal. Only, he must guard his heart or risk losing everything.

Silver and Light is an epic fantasy fairy tale adventure mixed with clean romance and humor.

In the Chronicles of Alburnium series.

Blood & Water- Book One

Silver & Light- Book Two

Gold & Fire- Book Three

The Faerie Trader is a bonus story that fits between books 1 and 2 but can be read at any time.

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