For the crime of healing without payment, the Brethren imprisoned Dylan's soul in stone. Every full moon, they awakened him and renewed the bonds. When the blood dried on the stone, his awareness faded, but during those few brief moments, he had one thought--revenge. He embraces the pain of an awakening to reach out into the world beyond his stone prison.
mind touches his and hope for escape from his eternal prison soars.
However, his possible savior is unaware of her latent magic, the power
needed to save him.
Through the years, the Brethren lost the ability to trap a soul for binding. Cuhlwich, the head of the Brethren intends to regain that power--at any cost. He also wants a successor of his choosing, including using magic to enforce his will. Only his son, Colwynn, wants to chose his own mate-an unknown woman whose magic calls him from afar.
A spell kept secret for generations.
A brotherhood thirsting for power.
A father's demands that can't be met.
A woman who stands to lose everything.
Four paths - one destiny
With the power to bind souls and control all magic in the balance.
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tales of those who served on the front lines and the stories of loved
ones left behind who preserved the home front. Set universes apart and
separated by decades in time, the stories in Hearth and Sand
reflect a continuity of service from the past to the present and into
the world of tomorrow. Although the events are fictional, the voices
captured within these pages came from historical notes, veterans’ own
words, letters left by their ancestors, or contemporary events.
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