Spring’s Rising

(2 customer reviews)


They say ignorance is bliss.

Charlie used to believe that was a lie, but now she’s not so sure.

As the truth comes to light, everything Charlie thought she knew, everything she thought she wanted is called into question.

Though she manages a daring escape from her captors, the black mark of the Aramach is spreading like wildfire, threatening the fragile peace between Luan and H’Ria. Through it all, Charlie tries to overcome the scars she’s brought back with her to be the leader her people need.

Will she and Oliver be able to unite the kingdoms before it’s too late? Or will she lose what matters most?

2 reviews for Spring’s Rising

  1. Jerry Harkey

    Our key female protagonist does some maturing in this second book, which is good. We’re still faced with betrayals from all sides, and this book doesn’t resolve many of sub plots. So, on to book3 for more answers and action.

  2. Sarah Mueller

    The plot continues to grow in book 2. There are some great twists, with more questions and intrigue to resolve. As always, love the banter between the MCs, and the quirky thieves are my favorites!

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