A hidden enemy emerges…
Bringing a deadly new threat.
On the planet Lairheim, elite squads of fire-wielding women and shapeshifting men slay the beasts plaguing the world. Feisty, courageous, and visionary Rizelya loves being a monster-hunter, but longs for a life that's more than just surviving. She dreams of her stagnant society regaining the glory and technology lost from the constant monster onslaught.
Rizelya's squad encounters a new monster, controlling the others and making them dangerously organized. She and her best friend, Aistrun, are given a team and assigned to discover why this beast differs after years of predictibility. The more battles she fights with the new creature, Rizelya suspects the Malvers' monsters are more than mindless eating machines!
During the long journey, horrific visions assault Rizelya, threatening her sanity and revealing a perilous secret. She becomes convinced there's a way to destroy the monsters for good. But first she must win the uphill battle against prejudice and tradition to create a unique team consisting of women with magical abilities besides fire magic.
Can Rizelya discover who the unknown enemy is before she falls into insanity?
Get Ancient Enemies, the first book in a genre bending, epic science fantasy series. If you love mystery, magic, monsters, and shapeshifters, you'll love Tora Moon's Legends of Lairheim series.
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About the Author
Tora Moon writes all genres of fantasy and especially loves to write stories which allow the reader to journey into worlds full of magic and escape their ordinary lives for a time. Ancient cultures and religions, mythology, and folklore fascinate her and find their way into her stories.
Besides reading, some of her hobbies are sewing, crocheting, and making wire-wrapped jewelry. Her love of travel has taken her to several countries and saw her living in an RV for several years. She makes her home in the southwestern desert with her feline companion.
You’d like to know more about me than that little official tidbit? So what else to say about me?
Like most fiction authors, I fell in love with the written word and stories when I was a child. I loved The Witch of Blackbird Pond and The Island of the Blue Dolphin.
As a teenager I found Dune, Conan the Barbarian, the Xanth series, and the Dragonriders of Pern (which is still my all-time favorite series). After that, much to my mother’s literary disappointment (she studied British Literature in college), my genre of choice was fantasy, science fantasy, with a bit of science fiction thrown in.
I write what I love to read: all genres of fantasy, paranormal romance, and a bit of science fiction. I love stories like Star Wars which mix magic and science into science fantasy. I like a little love and romance to sweeten the pot, but not enough to make it sickly sweet.