Title: Devotion Tales of The Fallen: Book One
Author: Katika Schneider
Blurb: Demons were nothing but legends…
Or so the young General Nessix Teradhel had always believed. Abandoned by her god and caught in a political trap with her late father’s old comrade, Nessix had barely kept herself together even before these startling reports appeared.
But now Mathias Sagewind, the fabled White Paladin, has arrived on her quiet island nation of Elidae with confirmation of such terrors. Wielding the name of the Mother Goddess and divine strength not seen in years, he is Elidae’s best chance at victory. In the wake of a holy war, Nessix must learn to trust Mathias as he attempts to guide her from a troubled past and protect her from a tragic future.
Do you like fantasy? Swords? Magic? Horses? Demons? Well, friend, if you said yes to any or all of these things, I recommend you check out Devotion. Populated with well rounded characters, surrounded with rich lore and world-building, and held together by an intruiging plot that’ll keep you completely engaged, Devotion has it all.
Nessix Teradhel is a young woman and a beloved general to her people. She’s used to fighting minotaur and ogres on her little island—until something from the past, lost to legends and myth, comes knocking right on her front door.
Mathias Sagewind is a holy paladin and he arrives on her dead father’s wishes to help her defeat the beasts of old. Unfortunately for him, Nessix is stubborn, her cousin Brant even more so and dead set against him, and every time he gains two steps, he’s sent back by five.
With hidden agendas, Mother Goddesses, and a little romantic tension, Devotion is rife with hundreds of reasons to read it.
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