PRLog - March 31, 2012 - VANCOUVER, Wash. -- Lanith and her husband Tredan, magical curio merchants in the seaside town of Isor, have a quiet life until the day Lanith meets the ghost. She rushes home to find their store on fire and Tredan gone. Keeping a promise to Tredan to seek help if he ever went missing, Lanith teams up with Enchanter Nyle. The reclusive Enchanters are so attractive, the Church declares them a danger to a person’s soul. The warnings are valid. Before Nyle will help her, she must taste his magical essence with a kiss. It is a revelation shattering everything she knows about magic.
They discover Tredan is not what he seems. For years a Church spell compelled him to write a secret journal with magic that will ruin the Enchanters. Enchanter essence powers everything in their world. Without it, many will die from lack of magic to nourish their bodies, fuel their machines, and even make the water flow.
Now a Church magician has come to Isor and he will stop at nothing to acquire Tredan’s journal. Lanith has to keep him from getting the journal and enslaving the Enchanters. In addition, she must conquer her desire for Nyle and his delectable magic before it sullies her marriage vows and damns her soul. Available at Amazon.com
Author Lita Burke
I’m an indie author of fantasy fiction. I’m an avid reader and enjoy downloading titles by new authors onto my Kindle. I work a day job and write my novels early in the morning before the day clutters up my brain.
I’ve written fantasy fiction since I was 10 years old. As a teenager, I kept a daily journal where I recorded my observations of life and my place within it. As an introvert, it puzzled me how others could be so outgoing and cool (which I wasn’t–I was a geek before it was popular).
I wrote my first novels about the magical world (“Sye”) in Wrath and Tredan’s Bane when I was in college. These early novels were the coming of age explorations of a young Enchanter in the Schools of Magic. The topic of these early stories isn’t surprising in hindsight, since this mirrored my own experiences at the time.
Jobs and family have filled the days since college. I’ve written novels about other wizards, a woman-in-jeopardy thriller, and many non-fiction works for my day jobs. I sought to improve my writing craft during this time. The process is read, write, and hone. Then repeat.
Over these long years, Sye still whispers to me. With the new opportunities of Ebooks and indie publication, I’m denying the words of the Sye Enchanters no longer. I’m their humble scribe. Here are their stories.
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