Bride to the Sun

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Once, Shay could pluck fire out of the very air. Now she is the most insignificant member of an imperial court seething with intrigue. The firedancer Shay and Medyr, a barbarian from the north, must build a fragile bridge of trust. But will they realise in time that the growing attraction between them is also their deadliest danger? A tale of magic, perilous intrigues, a tortoise and pondslime. More
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About Lia Patterson

I grew up in Switzerland and thanks to my father’s job with an airline travelled to many far-away places from an early age. Even better though, I discovered, were journeys to imaginary worlds. And so I trudged through the Mines of Moria, sailed on the Dawn Treader, fought in the Trojan War and rode telepathic dragons.

Even then I was always scribbling stories in my notebooks, but nothing came of it until much later. I went on to study English and History, eventually ended up with a job in information technology and started a family.

However, the urge to create my own worlds and stories remained, so when it was quiet in the evenings I slipped away to places that existed only in the imagination - the results you can find on these pages. I hope you’ll join me on my journeys and enjoy them as much as I do!

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Reviews of Bride to the Sun by Lia Patterson

naz jannath reviewed on March 15, 2017

Fascinating story.oved it...I want more...felt like slayed the dragon...
(reviewed 5 days after purchase)
Rebecca Sopkin reviewed on July 26, 2016

Wonderful story. I loved not only the main characters, but the carefully drawn minor characters too! The multiple culture clashes were fascinating. The mixture of Asian influences and magic added depth, but the best part was the slowly building romance between Shay and Medyr.
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)
Dianeee reviewed on July 1, 2016

Wonderful world building with an Asian flavor. An abundance of details without long passages of description.
I loved the story just as much.
(reviewed 3 days after purchase)

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