The Light Within (Master of Crows Series)

The Light Within (Master of Crows Series)

by Grace Draven

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The Light Within (Master of Crows Series) by Grace Draven

A bonus short story featuring Silhara and Martise from Master of Crows.

In The Light Within, Silhara of Neith, now known as "the god-smiter," travels as the guest of honor to the winter festival of his father's people.

The crow mage who destroyed one god must ignite sacred fires in honor of another. Yet the winter festival only reminds Silhara that the brightest light within him isn't the fire of a deity but the devotion of one woman.

A tale of hope and celebration.
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Author note: This short story is approximately 3,700 words and takes place after the events in MASTER OF CROWS.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940046466751
Publisher: Grace Draven
Publication date: 12/15/2014
Series: Master of Crows Series
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 113,555
File size: 118 KB

About the Author

Grace Draven is an author and Louisiana native living in Texas with her husband, three smalls and a big doofus dog. She has lived in Spain, hiked the Teton Mountains, honeymooned in Scotland, ridden in competition rodeo and is the great great granddaughter of a Nicaraguan president. She also hates doing laundry and refuses to iron anything.

Grace has loved storytelling since forever. She published her first short story with Amber Quill Press and has since written several other tales. A love of the bad boy in fiction always inspires her.

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The Light Within 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Enjoyable read, only complaint was too short, but I knew that going in. Grace Draven pulls you into her stories with such ease. Great characters
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It was a nice little scene in their lives, but if you hadnt read the previous story pointless. Only 12 pages long. No antagonist.