Daughter of Wolves

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“I won him in a game of dice. I never owned him, though.” Javaneh’s people disdain her for her mixed blood, yet covet her magic. On the run, she gambles everything she has – including herself – to win a horse. However, she hadn’t anticipated getting a smelly, dim-witted slave into the bargain. But with the wolves of the steppe in pursuit, she might need all the help she can get. 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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Natasha Inconnue reviewed on Nov. 15, 2019

This was an enjoyable and interesting quick read. I loved Javaneh's strong, independent, clever, and insightful character. So often "strong women" characters turn into diminished stereotypes once a prospective love interest shows up. But the author did not fail her character; Javaneh remains true to herself right to the end of the story. The world building was intriguing and even the secondary characters weren't flat- they had hints of complexity. I will definitely be checking out Lia Patterson's other stories.
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Haarajot reviewed on Feb. 2, 2019

Lovely story. I just had to read on.

I liked to recognize the same cultural elements I enjoyed so much in Elephant Thief and Bride to the Sun, yet again from a different perspective.

For my part a fourth novel in this universe would be very welcome. ;)
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R. McCullough reviewed on Jan. 16, 2019

I found Daughter of Wolves to be well written and thoroughly enjoyable. Plus the most intriguing description of Javanehs arcane abilities - especially her newfound metal working talent. Well done Lia.
Let me know if you or others ever need some free (or low cost) eBook covers.
Or know anyone that might like to write a story (short or long) in ‘my’ world or even bata read ones I’m working on.
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Marija reviewed on Jan. 5, 2019

Lovely book! I enjoyed the story, the characters, their strenght and curious mind about the others' culture, the touch of magic ...
Very nice read :)
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Catherine Lawson-Fischer reviewed on Jan. 4, 2019

I downloaded this as a freebie and was ecstatic to find that it was an incredible book. Ladies, you're gonna love this girl and wish that you have some of her strength. After getting this one, I went and bought her other two. I know I won't be disappointed.
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