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Daddy's Girl: Book One of the Fovean Chronicles Intermission (Volume…

by Robert W Brady Jr

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Potius Mori Quam Foedari!
Death before dishonor! Words that had been drilled into Lee Mordetur's head almost from birth. From the time her Uncle, Two Spears, had held her up as a squalling infant before her father's Wolf Soldier guard, to inspire them to sack Outpost IX!
Thirteen years later, now Princess of the Imperium, daughter of the Eldadorian Emperor, Lee stood toe-to-toe with the ancient power of the King of Trenbon; he nearly 1,000 years old, she barely fourteen, a Sorceress in her mother's training. With victory impossible, Lee allowed her own Wolf Soldier guard, the Duke's son, Hectaro, to leap with her into a void and certain death!
The ancient king would have no daughter of the Mordeturs as a bargaining chip!
And yet, Lee and Hectaro didn't die, but found themselves instead in a land far from Eldador. Surrounded by enemies, without food, without water, with only Hectaro's sword to protect them.
Now Lee travels the lands of an enemy far worse than the Trenboni King, across mountain ranges and roaring rivers, and through armies numbering in the tens of thousands. Can Lee Mordetur find the allies, the magic and the strength within herself to overcome the obstacles now before her, and to find her way home?

Maybe that's why they call her Daddy's Girl!

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