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Author: Lynn Kurland Narrator: Laura Jennings Publisher: Tantor Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download Audio Length: Series: A Novel of the Nine Kingdoms Release Date: October 2017 ISBN: 9781541481183
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As the mercenary daughter of Gair, the black mage of Ceangail, Morgan is the only one who can stop the terrible sorcery her father unleashed. To do so, she must race against time and find the spell that will allow her to close the well of evil he opened. But that quest will lead her to places she never dreamed existed and into a darkness she would give anything to avoid.

With the fate of Neroche intertwined with the closing of Gair's well, the archmage Miach must help Morgan find what she needs, not only because the safety of the Nine Kingdoms hangs in the balance, but because he will do anything to protect her. Now, as they search out the mysteries of Ceangail—and the dangers of Morgan's own bloodline—Morgan and Miach have only each other to trust, heart and soul . . . Download and start listening now!

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About the Author

Lynn Kurland is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of dozens of historical, time travel, and fantasy romance novels. Her books include the MacLeod Family series, the de Piaget Family series, and the Nine Kingdoms series, which includes Gift of Magic and Star of the Morning.

About the Narrator

Laura Jennings graduated with an MFA in creative writing and has an intrinsic appreciation of the mechanisms and techniques which comprise the art of the tale. A skilled narrator, she is adept at analyzing the underlying moods and currents of a book and bringing these into her interpretation of the author’s work.