Battle for Tristaine

Battle for Tristaine

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by Cate Culpepper, Stephanie Elliot, J.D. Glass
     
 

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Jesstin, the Amazon warrior, and Brenna, the Clinic medic, are on the run in a race against time to save Tristaine, their mountain stronghold, from destruction.

Five beleaguered, fugitive Amazons camp in a high mountain meadow, healing from the wounds inflicted by a posse of City soldiers. Word reaches Jesstin and Brenna of a grave danger threatening the

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Jesstin, the Amazon warrior, and Brenna, the Clinic medic, are on the run in a race against time to save Tristaine, their mountain stronghold, from destruction.

Five beleaguered, fugitive Amazons camp in a high mountain meadow, healing from the wounds inflicted by a posse of City soldiers. Word reaches Jesstin and Brenna of a grave danger threatening the Amazon village of Tristaine. While Brenna struggles to find her place in the clan and the love between her and Jess grows, Tristaine is threatened with destruction when a crucial betrayal brings the City soldiers down upon the village. Brenna's emerging psychic gifts aid Jess and her warriors in a final bloody confrontation against the forces bent on destroying the Amazon way of life.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780970887498
Publisher:
Justice House Publishing
Publication date:
02/28/2003
Pages:
208
Product dimensions:
5.56(w) x 8.60(h) x 0.53(d)

Meet the Author

Cate Culpepper is a 2005 & 2008 Golden Crown Literary Society Award Winner in the SCI-FI/FANTASY category. She grew up in southern New Mexico, where she served as the state lesbian for several years, before moving to the Pacific Northwest almost twenty years ago. She now resides in Seattle with her faithful sidekick, Kirby, Warrior Westie. Cate supervises a housing program for homeless young gay adults. She proudly cites Xena: Warrior Princess™ as a much-loved inspiration for the strong women she portrays in her original fiction.

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Battle for Tristaine 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Best since radclyffe
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was a good sequel for this series. The drama was good, but not amazing. The suspense was amazing, and the action was good too, but requires work. One of the things that I still don't like from it, is that it's still kind of short again. Longer than the previous one, but still short.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Guest More than 1 year ago
Ths one has it all. Romance, intrigue, war, betrayal, passion. All written in an addictive and enjoyable style. I want to see more from this author.