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WW28: FLAME OF DESTINY

WW28 book offering: Flame Of Destiny by Colleen Helme
 

“There’s some clothes right here.” He gestured to the chair. “Yours were too torn and bloody to save, so I got these from the cabin boy. I’ll leave so you can get dressed.”

 

Mmmm, gentleman! 🙂
 

About Flame Of Destiny:

For Callista, joining the Elite Guard will give her the means to find the murderer who killed her family.With the sword of her ancestors, she enters the Academy and soon discovers latent powers only heard of in legends. Her uncanny skills do not go unnoticed, and when her first assignment goes terribly wrong, she is saved by a man whose destiny becomes entwined with her own.Soon, she is forced to re-consider who her enemies really are. As her power awakens, she is drawn into a web of deceit that will ultimately shake everything she believes in.With a new sense of her identity, she must confront a dark evil hidden behind an unspeakable secret. This evil threatens to destroy her and the man she has come to love. Will she be strong enough to withstand this power, or will she become the very thing she has sworn to destroy?

Source: Info in the About Flame Of Destiny was taken from GoodReads at http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/10651931-flame-of-destiny on 06/04/2012.
 

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22/05/2013 - Posted by | Colleen Helme, meme, WW28

4 Comments »

  1. She's naked? eeeek. But he sounds maybe cute? 😉

    Comment by Juju at Tales of Whimsy.com | 22/05/2013 | Reply

  2. Yeah, dunno

    Comment by Blodeuedd | 22/05/2013 | Reply

  3. When Ea heard that Tiâmat had collected her forces and Was determined to continue the fight against the gods which Apsû and Mummu had begun, and that she had made her husband Kingu her champion, he was “afflicted” and “sat in sorrow.” He felt unable to renew the fight against the powers of darkness, and he therefore went and reported the new happenings to Anshar, representative of the “host of heaven,” and took counsel with him. When Anshar heard the matter he was greatly disturbed in mind and bit his lips, for he saw that the real difficulty was to find a worthy antagonist for Kingu and Tiâmat. A gap in the text here prevents us from knowing exactly what Anshar said and did, but the context suggests that he summoned Anu, the Sky-god, to his assistance. Then, having given him certain instructions, he sent him on an embassy to Tiâmat with the view of conciliating her. When Anu reached the place where she was he found her in a very wrathful state, and she was muttering angrily; Anu was so appalled at the sight of her that he turned and fled. It is impossible at present to explain this interlude, or to find any parallel to it in other ancient Oriental literature.

    Comment by Daisy A. Hickman | 25/05/2013 | Reply

  4. Ooo, I did so enjoy this one. Hope you are too!

    Comment by Melissa (My World...in words and pages) | 27/05/2013 | Reply


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