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    From Continue: Black & White Graegan Edition (Teller of Destiny Book 1)

    From ContinueThe Teller of Destiny Series Black & White Graegan Edition OrfatumA land once ruled by Graegan souls has flourished upon the ashes of their kingdoms. By the white wanderers’ guiding hands and the Dark Lords’ bitter defeat, mortal-minded men have built Orfatum to a new greatness, but the Great All’s magic still simmers under its soil. ContinueThe sanctuary protecting the Teller of Destiny was once a place for celebration. Dormant under the rot of weathered Pikestan trees, Continue remains almost forgotten, waiting for the one who can reawaken its magic and seize its knowledge. At Verisa’s Pikestan refuge for thieves, cutthroats, and traitors, the mercenary Rant Pae has a debt to collect and one to pay. Unfortunately, life isn’t going Rant’s way of late—not when his plans hinge on the hospitality of mercurial witches like Verisa and the common sense of impulsive young maidens like her daughter, Raphere. Being a Dark Lord’s daughter, Raphere refuses to be shamed by the judgmental stare of a mercenary like Rant Pae. After all, Verisa says the mortal-minded are a plague. But Raphere has spent her life trying to prove she is not like her mother—that she is greater than the darkness that surrounds her. In her heart, she knows her destiny, foretold within a bonfire’s flames that revealed the funeral pyre of a dead king. That night, she vowed to save him. To embark on such a quest, Raphere will need trustworthy allies, which are impossible to find in a camp of criminals.
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    Princes and Fools: Black & White Graegan Edition (Teller of Destiny Book 2)

    Princes and FoolsBlack & White Graegan EditionThe Teller of Destiny Series Orfatum Two mortals hang in the balance. One covets the crown. The other left his family after a tragedy for which he is blamed. Both men are irresistibly drawn to the white wanderer’s gifted apprentice, Raphere, whose fierce heart imprisons them as they lay claim to her. Whether incited by love or power, the princes may find their reward at the sharp end of a sword. Paz Etur Ever since spilling her blood before the Teller of Destiny, Raphere has spent her life trying to prove she is not like Verisa, a dark sorceress. And though she yearns to be, she is not a white wanderer either. She is the Jivasivar, the first new Graegan soul born into the land since the sin that created mortal man and the Changing. Searching for her purpose, Raphere trusts in a white wanderer, Tranquia, and hopes to attain the Jivan Tome—the “Divine Poems” which foretold Raphere’s emergence centuries ago. She must discern friend from foe as all strive to manipulate her for their own designs. Either she has the conviction to be the Jivasivar, or she is merely a pawn in a fight for survival between ancients and kings. With the Jivan Tome out of reach and her destiny as clouded as her Graegan blood, Raphere may bend to the manipulations of others and take a path toward the destruction of all.