The Cross of Tarlis

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One woman is named in an ancient Elisian prophecy. She is Tannith, Princess of Ellenroh, descendant of Dragonbane, King of the old code. Only by her hand can the pieces of the legendary Cross of Tarlis be assembled, and with its use in raising their God Magus can freedom be restored to their realm.

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One woman is named in an ancient Elisian prophecy. She is Tannith, Princess of Ellenroh, descendant of Dragonbane, King of the old code. Only by her hand can the pieces of the legendary Cross of Tarlis be assembled, and with its use in raising their God Magus can freedom be restored to their realm.

But someone else also desires the famed talisman.

Sernon of Asomos believes that with the right ritual he can use the Cross to open portals to other worlds that will lead him to treasure and unbelievable power.

In a perilous land, facing an uncertain future, Tannith pins her hopes on two men: Kaden of the Wolfhead, bastard son of a cursed king, haunted by his failure to save his family, and stop his older brother from being transformed into an Ice Tiger; and Etanandril Jarrisendel, Captain of the Elisian Elite, Tannith’s childhood friend, and the man who loves her.

One will become a king. The other will face his fears and become a hero.

Both will become legends.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781452879673
  • Publisher: CreateSpace
  • Publication date: 6/9/2010
  • Pages: 642
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 5.50 (h) x 1.29 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 28, 2015

    f  your are crazy about fantasy then you¿ll be crazy about The C

    f  your are crazy about fantasy then you’ll be crazy about The Cross of Tarlis. It has something for everyone: shape shifters, dragons, druids, vampires, elves, dwarves, gods, evil sorcerers, fairies, kings, princesses, and …Romance. Tannith, Princess of Ellenroh along with Etan, the captain of her guard, is on quest to save Tarlis from the wicked wizard, Sernon. They are joined by a fairy, a white tiger, who is really a king transformed by the evil wizard, and his brother, the warrior, Kaden. They need to find the pieces of the legendary Cross of Tarlis and assemble it to raise the God Magus and restore freedom to the realm. But soccer Sernon is on a quest for the Cross of Tarlis himself as he wants to use it’s magic for evil, to open portals to other worlds so he can rule them all. 

    The Cross of Tarlis is an enchanting epic fantasy romance that I highly recommend.  It will sweep you off your feet and take you away to a place where love and magic triumph over evil.

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