The Crown of Anavrea (Book One of the Theodoric Saga)

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In a time when castles were the strongest…in a place where combat was face to face…Labren was on the run.

In a time when slavery was legal…in a place where kings were all-powerful…Eve, a slave, appeared in the right place at the right time. More

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About Rachel Rossano

I have loved the written word from the moment my mother first sat down to read me a story. A well woven story is a joy to read and leaves the reader with a sense of completion, yet wanting more. That is what I am striving for in my work.

I am a happily married mother with young children. Currently I spend my days happily chasing little ones. Writing and editing fit in the spaces but are never far from my thoughts.

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About the Series: Theodoric Saga
A series of novels revolving around the love stories of the men of the Theodoric family.

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tiffany reviewed on on Dec. 7, 2011

This is the first book in this series. Within the first chapter I was hooked and refused to put it down till I was finished. I felt a strong connection to Eve and felt bad for Labren. Ms. Rossano has a way with words that makes you feel like you are experencing everything right along with Eve and Labren. I liked that Ms. Russano did not have Eve trust Labren right away. I like that Eve had to work on her trust issues and other old habits don't disappear over night. I also felt bad for Eve the fears she has to face. Lebren is a great hero and I loved when he let's Ulysses have it. This is a sweet romance with some adventure in the mix. This is an overall an awesome story. I am giddy to have discovered a new author. It is clean and not swearing. I can't wait to get my hands on book two THE THEODORIC SAGA The King of Anavrea.
(reviewed 17 days after purchase)
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