No Safe Haven [NOOK Book]

Overview

Ran-Del Jahanpur still doesn’t know what his clan shaman foresaw in his vision of the future. Whatever the old man saw made him force Ran-Del to leave the forest and marry Baron Hayden's daughter. In spite of minor jealousies, Ran-Del and Francesca have forged a strong marriage. Ran-Del is still a warrior, but he's comfortable in the city partly because few people know of the psy abilities that make him so useful to the House of Hayden. Francesca is happy Ran-Del can see her thoughts well enough to know her ...
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No Safe Haven

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Overview

Ran-Del Jahanpur still doesn’t know what his clan shaman foresaw in his vision of the future. Whatever the old man saw made him force Ran-Del to leave the forest and marry Baron Hayden's daughter. In spite of minor jealousies, Ran-Del and Francesca have forged a strong marriage. Ran-Del is still a warrior, but he's comfortable in the city partly because few people know of the psy abilities that make him so useful to the House of Hayden. Francesca is happy Ran-Del can see her thoughts well enough to know her feelings for her old flame Freddie Leong have cooled. Fortunately, psy talents are rare in the city, and no one knows the true circumstances of her marriage, not even Freddie. As heir to House Leong, Freddie has his own problems; he spends his days trying to escape his mother's iron control and ensure she never kills his father.
But not all the dangers of Haven lie in the cities. In the mountains to the north, the fiercely independent people known as the Horde have changed their ways. Instead of fighting among themselves and raiding in force, they now use cunning to get what they need. When the Horde strikes, Ran-Del and Francesca face a threat far worse than either of them ever imagined. And then finally, Ran-Del confronts his destiny.
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Editorial Reviews

http://killie-booktalk.blogspot.com/2011/07/no-safe-haven-carmen-webster-buxton.html - David King
“The suspense, political intrigue and excitement around this plotline had me unable to put the book down for very long. The other plotlines were enjoyable as well and I was specifically happy to see that the major open plotline from the first book was closed down to a rather satisfactory ending.”
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012331663
  • Publisher: Cracked Mirror Press
  • Publication date: 4/13/2011
  • Series: Haven , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 120,837
  • File size: 906 KB

Meet the Author

Carmen Webster Buxton writes science fiction and fantasy stories for adults and young adults. She lives in the Maryland suburbs of Washington, DC with her husband, her daughter, a cat, and an elderly beagle. She attends science fiction conventions, writers conferences, and has won writing contests and $9 in the lottery.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 23, 2013

    Good book.

    Stats: 830-ish nook pages. Sci-fi/adventure/romance. A clash of 3 cultures: One tech/business, one psychic/naturalists, and one barbaric/primitive. PG-rated sex scenes. A little predictable, but a great conclusion to the first book. Don't regret spending $2.99 on this book.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 25, 2013

    Rip off

    Same book as book one dont buy save ur money after im done writing this im going to call and see if they will refund my money

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    Posted August 6, 2011

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