Arthur [The Minstrel's Song #2] [NOOK Book]

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Second Volume In Bestselling New Fantasy Saga! The minstrel Arthur, on an urgent mission for the Guardian, Lord of Druids and Magicians. is attacked and left for dead. He awakens in the care of a beautiful young woman. His romantic notions are crushed when he discovers she is Malwyn, the druid he has been ordered to serve on his new assignment. The more Malwyn refuses him the more his attraction to her grows, and the more persistent his attentions to her become. It's all the romantic bard can do to keep his mind ...
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Arthur [The Minstrel's Song #2]

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Overview

Second Volume In Bestselling New Fantasy Saga! The minstrel Arthur, on an urgent mission for the Guardian, Lord of Druids and Magicians. is attacked and left for dead. He awakens in the care of a beautiful young woman. His romantic notions are crushed when he discovers she is Malwyn, the druid he has been ordered to serve on his new assignment. The more Malwyn refuses him the more his attraction to her grows, and the more persistent his attentions to her become. It's all the romantic bard can do to keep his mind on his work. Which is very unfortunate. For, it is very dangerous work indeed. First, accompanied by Malwyn's friend Elessar and a troup of elves, they are to locate and report on the hiding place of a reforming demon. Along the way, he and Malwyn are to seek out and destroy a group of powerful magical relics before the demon can find them. An ancient Oracle offers hints of the future and tells them the story of the demon and its origin. When Malwyn seems attracted to a young druid they rescue, Arthur can hardly control his growing jealousy. Which may be why he and Elessar are easily captured by orcs, who plan to offer them to their ruler, an immortal sorceress who maintains her youth by draining the life from her victims. Is there any way Elessar and Arthur can escape from the underground Orc stronghold, where even the Guardian can do nothing to aid them? Will Malwyn admit to herself she loves Arthur? And how can they hope to defeat the demon, if anything happens to Arthor, who the prophecy says must be with Malwyn when she faces the Demon? Jac Eddins' novels are "Fast-paces, attention-grabbing, full of surprises, and filled with intriguing characters," writes Ayden Delacroix, In the Library Reviews. Cover: Matthew Kammert.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940000082195
  • Publisher: Renaissance E Books
  • Publication date: 1/1/2004
  • Series: The Minstrel's Song, #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 454 KB

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