Terpsichore's Daughter

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Running away is Liana Byrose’s only option. The death of her father, King of Isonice, is the fault of the secret she and her mother shared. A power that can inspire men to greatness or drive them to ruin. In the hopes of saving her people, she escapes to the neighboring kingdom with the intention of living out the rest of her life as a simple servant girl. All she has in her possession is a fur mantle and three beautiful dresses. However, she hadn’t planned on meeting one of the princes of Suthfold, much less losing her heart to him—however dangerous that may be.

Prince Sergius Astrauckas has renounced his claim on the throne in hope of keeping his life. Although he doesn’t have proof that his brother Gaius is guilty of fratricide, he isn’t taking any chances. Instead he’s set his sights upon getting married and settling down far from the palace, yet the lovely servant girl Liana seems intent upon rebuffing his advances. But when Gaius announces a masquerade ball and a stunning woman in a magical gown arrives, he worries that he may have fallen for not one, but two women—both of which seem to be just out of his reach.

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