The King's Witch: A Short Story Introducing The World of Pangaea

The King's Witch: A Short Story Introducing The World of Pangaea

by Sondra Allan Carr

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The Knowledge. It shows her what has been, what will be, and—even more fearful—what may be. Some call it a gift, but Koreen knows better. The Knowledge is a curse.

The old king was her lover. Now his son is determined to purge the land of his father’s evil legacy, swearing death or exile to all who practice the dark arts. Yet the young king will never defeat the demon hordes without her help.

The future depends on her ability to convince him of this truth. But how can he trust the woman known to all simply as The King’s Witch?

**The King's Witch introduces the fantasy romance series The World of Pangaea. Unlike the novels in the series, The King's Witch is not a romance, nor does it have a happy ending. Koreen’s life is a tragic one. Her story is that of a brave woman who dares to confront unspeakable evil and, in so doing, sacrifices herself and those she loves.**

Reader’s caveat: This story contains a single sex scene that is fairly graphic and may be disturbing to some. Those who prefer to avoid such content and those under 18 please be advised, this story may be inappropriate for you.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940148762355
Publisher: Clairbridge Press
Publication date: 09/27/2013
Series: The World of Pangaea , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 280 KB

About the Author

Sondra Allan Carr lives in the Bluegrass state of Kentucky with her husband of more than four decades. A proud Boomer who loves to travel, she has watched bamboo grow in China, seen the Taj Mahal floating in the light of a full moon like a gravity-defying UFO, and looked on in amazement as the dawning sun set fire to Ayers Rock in Australia. She believes truth is stranger than fiction and fiction is often truer than truth.

All her books are romances, with the obligatory Happily Ever After, although she does admit to tormenting her characters just a little before they've earned their happy ending.

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