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The gauntlet is thrown. One must die. Refusal
is not an option.
Arthur the High King of Breatein has fallen
captive of a longtime enemy, the Saxon warrior-princess Camilla, who lusts to
avenge the death of her betrothed at Gyan’s hands and will stop at nothing,
even the black arts, to achieve her goal. Because Gyan and Arthur have grown
estranged, she fears that Arthur may side with Camilla and make her his new
To meet Camilla’s challenge, Gyan must face all
her demons—public as well as private.
With a shudder Gyan recalled the rumor that
Camilla had enlisted demonic aid…
She banished those thoughts, and their
attendant fears, by pondering the irony that Camilla had tried to strike at her
through Arthur. It might have worked, once.
The passion that had colored the early years of
their marriage was still celebrated in song throughout Breatein and
These days, she wasn’t singing.
Kim Headlee lives on a farm in southwestern
Virginia with her family, cats, goats, Great Pyrenees goat guards, and assorted
wildlife. People and creatures come and go, but the cave and the 250-year-old
house ruins—the latter having been occupied as recently as the mid-twentieth
century—seem to be sticking around for a while yet.
Kim is a Seattle native and a direct descendant
of twentieth-century Russian nobility. Her grandmother was a childhood friend
of the doomed Grand Duchess Anastasia, and the romantic yet tragic story of how
Lydia escaped Communist Russia with the aid of her American husband will most
certainly one day fuel one of Kim’s novels. Another novel in the queue will
involve her husband’s ancestor, the seventh-century proto-Viking king of the
Swedish colony in Russia.
For the time being, however, Kim has plenty of
work to do in creating her projected 8-book Arthurian series, The Dragon’s Dove
Chronicles, and other novels clamoring for attention. She has been a published
novelist since 1999, beginning with the original editions of Dawnflight (Sonnet
Books, Simon & Schuster, ISBN 0671020412) and Liberty (writing as
Kimberly Iverson, HQN Books, Harlequin, ISBN 0373771347).