Aleyne entered the small room that Kaecon used as his office.
"What can I help you with?"
"How soon could you be ready to leave on a project?"
"The King sent a message that he would like to have you go to Euphica to negotiate trade," Kaecon sounded apologetic.
Aleyne sat in the chair by his desk with a thump, "Why now, why me?" she said, her voice broke.
Kaecon looked at the trembling girl, "I expected it. It was going to happen eventually. You are King Dianarran's only heir. He needs someone to be his presence outside of the country. Yes, he has ministers and diplomats, but someone who is heir makes a far better negotiator."
So begins Athandraul, the third in the series about a young woman with a legend to follow and a castle named Ethaia. In this volume she follows in her parent's footsteps and travels to a neighboring kingdom to talk about trade possibilities, only to discover that they have more than trade in common. The surprises continue as she finds new friends and discovers enemies she didn't know she had. And adventures that further the legend of who she is, Megilindir, the "Bladesinger" predicted long ago.
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Ms. Marr still lives in the wonderful green state of Oregon with her husband of 30 years. Because of her love for all things outdoors, she has been involved in all activities with dogs and horses, camping, fishing, hunting, shooting, firefighting and emergency response. Currently living in the coastal city of Coos Bay she still enjoys her horses and dogs.