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Muirenn is in charge of fostering her cousin Lunamae, who seems to have her life written out for her as the daughter of the Chief Dame of Feyris. When Lunamae falls in love with a prisoner and her aunt commands an arranged marriage, Muirenn is faced with the difficult task of steering Lunamae away and guiding her on her duties as marriage to a stranger could be the one thing that can bring peace to feuding clans.


Marriage between the clans can keep the peace for only so long.

In the world of Orinda there are countries surrounding a central land that is under small clan rule. Kyrie, a republican government to the north had been at war with one of these small clans when Chief Leofric of Frys was killed.

There was a song of a rhymester in  Kyrie that spoke of a girl born on the fifth day of the fifth month under a full luna and under her rule, the lands of Orinda would be at peace and the clans within it would be united as one.

Lunamae was born on such a night to Chief Dame Angharad, wife of the late Leofric. It is through Lunamae that the clans decide to unify – if only she is married to a Kyrian, to further secure the bond. Angharad still holds hostilities even though the corrupted officials which caused the war had been thrown out into exile. Can Angharad get past the hate that has been haunting her since the death of her husband?


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From the Author

This story was started after Lady From Day was finished, for NaNo 2009. It is complete at around 71,000 words. It is set about 500 years before Lady From Day, having been referenced in Lady From Day.

Copyright 2010.

eISBN: 9780989358408

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