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DANCE OF THE FLAME
by Elaine Barbieri

Genre: Fantasy, General Fantasy

1995 HISTORICAL FANTASY ROMANCE Nominee

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In the distant land called Orem, many believe that the war between the House of Neer and the House of Rall is over, but a flame that once burned within the heart of Neer is about to be reborn, and the rage and passion it ignites threaten the world.

When Fador of Rall conquered Neer, he captured Queen Versa's spirit in a crystal to forever hold her passion within his grasp. But one night that crystal was accidentally shattered, freeing the spirit and filling the unborn child, Sera, with Versa's soul. Fador and his vicious son Filnor will not rest until they once more hold the flame of Neer.

Raised in secret with the knowledge that she is the Heiress of Neer, Sera has awaited the day she will reclaim her birthright. That day arrives when she saves the life of the wounded warrior, Tolin. Once Fador's trusted and loyal follower, Tolin is now banished. He reluctantly agrees to escort Sera home.

Their perilous journey becomes a passion-filled adventure as Sera and Tolin's love grows. Grave dangers, treachery and ruthless enemies await their return, however, and will test their love and loyalty to the limits.

Veteran historical author Elaine Barbieri makes her debut as a fantasy romance writer in a tale replete with exciting adventures, dark obsessions, deep passions and redeeming love. Historical romance readers, as well as fans of time-travel, will find themselves captivated. (June, 400 pp., $4.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: Leisure

Published: June 1995

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