Royal Souls

Royal Souls

by Ailan R McAndrews
Royal Souls

Royal Souls

by Ailan R McAndrews


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The year: 963 AD. Prince O'Manus and Princess Sadreen are murdered at their wedding by the evil self-ordained Queen Sorcha. The souls of the royal couple, wrapped in magical protection, are cast from their bodies. The Prince's search, to reunite with his bride, begins, and Queen Sorcha goes on a thousand-year killing spree trying to destroy either soul and enslave the magical world.

Beth, unaware of the prophecy, has been alone for fifteen years, training to become the most powerful witch alive in the 21st century, and now her life is about to explode into a battle of survival and trial by fire. Then she meets Karse, the son of a Scottish clan chief, and her Lysa bloodline curse ignites. Beth fights to control her desires for Karse as an unknown world unfolds and threatens to devour her very soul as she goes from a carefree witch to the key of victory.

The soul of Prince O'Manus, hidden in unsuspecting Rhynan Doon, must get from the West Coast of British Columbia to Rainsford Island in the Boston Harbor, where Princess Sadreen's soul awaits, before Queen Sorcha slaughters the magical world to prevent the reunion.

Nine days. Win or lose.

The clock starts on August 29 at 3 a.m.

The 'Day of Dust', 9-6 3 a.m.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780228849841
Publisher: Tellwell Talent
Publication date: 09/08/2022
Pages: 492
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 1.10(d)

About the Author

Ailan McAndrews, retired, feverishly returned to his passion after forty years of absence. During his last two years of employment he carved the backbone of the Royal Souls, and the Witch Heart series, when he could dodge the Honey-Do list. After a six-month delay, because of a car crash that took his daughter Keisha, he completed his first novel. Ailan's picture is him standing beside the flowing river of the Faerie Pools in Scotland.
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