She was Brekka’s greatest warrior, but without her father to protect her, Jael was merely a pawn; a woman to be married off so her uncle could forge an alliance to fulfil his own desperate ambitions.
Eadmund was broken, tortured by the death of his first wife, but his father had lost patience with him. He wanted heirs for his kingdom. He wanted his son back, restored to the fierce warrior he had once been. And when his daughter had a dream about Jael, he jumped at the opportunity to make an alliance with his worst enemy. But neither Jael nor Eadmund want a marriage designed by kings and gods.
They will fight against it, desperate to reclaim their old lives and their freedom… until they each find something worth fighting for. Winter’s Fury is the first book in The Furyck Saga: a sweeping epic fantasy series of swords and sorcery, love and betrayal, warring kingdoms and an ancient prophecy that knows the fate of them all.
Winter’s Fury is the first book in the enthralling epic fantasy series, The Furyck Saga. Swords and sorcery, love and betrayal, warring kingdoms and an ancient prophecy – if you’re a fan of Game of Thrones or The Last Kingdom, you’re going to love this!
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About the Author
Upon discovering that her chances for inventing a time machine were rather slim, 8-year-old A.E. Rayne decided to pursue a career as a writer instead. She completed a Bachelor of Communication Studies, majoring in television, then trained as a graphic designer, while dabbling in poetry, and continually plotting her first novel.
A.E. Rayne survives on a happy diet of historical and fantasy fiction and particularly loves a good Viking tale. Her favourite authors are Bernard Cornwell, Giles Kristian, Robert Low, C.J. Sansom, and Patrick O'Brian. She lives in Auckland, New Zealand, with her husband and three children.
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