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PRINCE OF MAGIC
by Linda Winstead Jones

Genre: Historical Romance, Paranormal
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: Alternate Medieval Universe

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Jones kicks off the first in her latest epic romantic fantasy trilogy in signature high style with the continuing saga of the Fyne witch sisters. Ariana Kane Varden, the daughter of Sophie and Kane from The Sun Witch, is called to her destiny to save her world from a powerful evil.

Sian has carried his grandfather's prophesy to the Emperor Arik, knowing full well that the one named Ariana will perish in her battle with the coming evil. He's been prepared for this duty for a long time, but he's caught unaware by his love for her and the lengths he will have to go to keep her.

Columbyana is in great peril from an evil that was let loose in the last trilogy. Now it's up to the children of the Fyne witches to battle against the force that holds Emperor Arik's son, Ciro, and their world hostage. Before Ariana and Sian lead an army toward the final battle, they'll need the help of her cousin Keelia, the Anwyn queen. But before Ariana can present her case, her cousin is kidnapped, and Ariana must face the possibility of going into battle alone. (Berkley Sensation, Mar., 312 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Anne Black

Publisher: Berkley Sensation

Published: March 2007

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