The Walls of Westernfort

The Walls of Westernfort

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by Jane Fletcher
     
 

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All Natasha Ionadis wants is to serve the Goddess as a Temple Guard, and she volunteers eagerly for a dangerous mission to infiltrate a band of renegade warriors and imprinters. But, once away from the temple, the issues are no longer so simple and she must revaluate her beliefs, especially in light of her growing attraction for one of the outlaws. Is it too late to

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All Natasha Ionadis wants is to serve the Goddess as a Temple Guard, and she volunteers eagerly for a dangerous mission to infiltrate a band of renegade warriors and imprinters. But, once away from the temple, the issues are no longer so simple and she must revaluate her beliefs, especially in light of her growing attraction for one of the outlaws. Is it too late to work out what she really wants from life?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781933110240
Publisher:
Bold Strokes Books
Publication date:
09/01/2005
Pages:
256
Product dimensions:
5.20(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.90(d)
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

Jane Fletcher is a GCLS award-winning writer and has also been short-listed for the Gaylactic Spectrum and Lambda Literary awards. She is author of two ongoing sets of fantasy/romance novels: the Celaeno series—The Walls of Westernfort, Rangers at Roadsend, The Temple at Landfall, Dynasty of Rogues, and Shadow of the Knife; and the Lyremouth Chronicles—The Exile and The Sorcerer, The Traitor and The Chalice, The Empress and The Acolyte, and The High Priest and the Idol.

Her love of fantasy began at the age of seven when she encountered Greek Mythology. This was compounded by a childhood spent clambering over every example of ancient masonry she could find (medieval castles, megalithic monuments, Roman villas). Her resolute ambition was to become an archaeologist when she grew up, so it was something of a surprise when she became a software engineer instead.

Born in Greenwich, London, in 1956, she now lives in southwest England where she keeps herself busy writing both computer software and fiction, although generally not at the same time.

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The Walls of Westernfort 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
All Natasha Ionadis wants is to serve the Goddess, and she volunteers eagerly for a near-impossible mission to infiltrate a band of renegade warriors and imprinters. One of three temple guards sent to infiltrate Westernfort and assassinate the rebel leaders. Natasha accepts that she will likely die in the process. But, once away from the temple, the issues are no longer so simple, and she must revaluate her allegiances and her beliefs. Living undercover alongside the women she has sworn to kill, Natasha discovers friendship and, with one woman in particular, something far more. Is it already to late to discover what she really wants from life? ###########This is another great story in the Calaeno series. Jane Fletcher does a superb job making Nastaha likeable, not an easy task to accomplish since Guards have not been the most level headed and fair people throughout this series. The fact that I was able to feel empathy and connect with Natasha from the very beginning demonstrates the remarkable talents of this author.##########
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Guest More than 1 year ago
'All Natasha Ionadis wants is to serve the Goddess, and she volunteers eagerly for a near-impossible mission to infiltrate a band of renegade warriors and imprinters. One of three temple guards sent to infiltrate Westernfort and assassinate the rebel leaders, Natasha accepts that she will likely die in the process. But once away from the temple, the issues are no longer so simple, and she must revaluate her allegiances and her beliefs. Living undercover alongside the women she has sworn to kill, Natasha discovers friendship and, with one woman in particular, something far more. Is it already too late to discover what she really wants from life?' ###########This is another great story in the Celaeno series. Jane Fletcher does a superb job making Natasha likeable, not an easy task to accomplish since Guards have not been the most levelheaded and fair people throughout this series. The fact that I was able to feel empathy and connect with Natasha from the very beginning demonstrates the remarkable talents of this author.############