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The Unisayan are not sacred, worshipped or protected... They are hunted.
Araman Raliena uses her healing powers to save the life of General Kassen, who is to murder a creature she fights to protect, interrupting a dangerous man's plans to stop an alliance between two kingdoms. Dergen will use the Rite of the Sinner to enslave an Armon's sacred power and not even Raliena's will can oppose him... More
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About R.M. Rayne

R.M.Rayne met her husband in Winchester, England where they shared many a long walk up St. Catherine’s hill and overlooked the city. The Cathedral, Bishop’s Palace and the Itchen river that crawls through it has always sparked her imagination and is the setting of her novel Dead Tempted.

She has always loved stories of the artful seduction of maidens and the old Greek myths as well as a strong female character defying the odds and slowly finding her own strengths.

R.M.Rayne likes to add an element of honesty to her writing by experiencing all she can, from running barefoot through the woods and driving a horse and cart, to wearing a corset for a week and attending formal balls, she believes the best way to make fantasy a reality is to live it… as long as it remains legal!

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AndrewAW reviewed on on April 2, 2016

A thoroughly gripping book. After the first chapter I couldn't put it down. Just when the story started to seem predictable an interesting twist drew me back into the plot. Stayed up all night to finish it.
Can't wait for the next book.
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Rayraymonster reviewed on on March 31, 2016

This story just keeps the pages turning. It's unpredictable and thoroughly enjoyable. This has it all an evil tyranny, a fight for freedom, a love story and a young heroine trying to hide a secret as well as having to save a kingdom by luring in to a trap and possibly it's death the one thing she love's, the mystical Unisayen. Couldn't put it down and looking forward to more from R.MS.
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