An Elemental Wind

An Elemental Wind

by Carol R. Ward
     
 

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Nakeisha Windsinger has been chosen to represent her planet to the Pan-Galactic Council of Worlds. She and her mentor, the Ilezie E.Z., must travel in secret to avoid their enemies, but when her mentor is killed, she loses control of her element, the wind, as she takes vengeance on those responsible.

In doing so, she crosses paths with the crew of the Burning

Overview

Nakeisha Windsinger has been chosen to represent her planet to the Pan-Galactic Council of Worlds. She and her mentor, the Ilezie E.Z., must travel in secret to avoid their enemies, but when her mentor is killed, she loses control of her element, the wind, as she takes vengeance on those responsible.

In doing so, she crosses paths with the crew of the Burning Comet, a ship with a secret mission of its own. A reluctant guest, Nakeisha struggles to control her element, a task made more difficult as she fights her growing attraction to the ship's navigator, Chaney.

As their enemies close in, Nakeisha and Chaney spin a fragile web of trust between them, finding that fate has a way of interfering when you least expect it and love can destroy - or rebuild - worlds.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781937477950
Publisher:
Brazen Snake Books
Publication date:
10/14/2011
Pages:
248
Product dimensions:
5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.56(d)
Age Range:
18 Years

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Meet the Author

Residing in Cobourg, Ontario, Carol has always had a love of writing. She grew up reading old copies of Edgar Rice Burroughs and Robert E. Howard so it's no wonder her first love is fantasy and science fiction.

She always believed she was meant to be a writer of short stories, however her stories tended to be rather long. They also tended to have a romantic thread running through them. Finally caving in to the inevitable, she embraced her genre of began writing novels of fantasy/science fiction adventure with a dash of romance thrown into the mix. She has never regretted it.

Today she writes a variety of prose: non-fiction, flash fiction, short stories, and novels - in a variety of genres: humour, horror, contemporary, romance, science fiction, and fantasy. Having recently discovered a love of poetry forms, she explores a new form of poetry every week.

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