The Challenge – Circle of Conspiracy, by Cas peace

REVIEW

‘The Challenge’ wasn’t the first Cas Peace book I’ve ever read but it is the first book in the Circle of Conspiracy trilogy with the later being a sub-series of Artesans Of Albia series books. And let me tell you, this series is getting better and better.

The writing was perfection and the story enchanting. I adored Brynne Sullyan’s character! I’d like her to be my best friend! Cas Peace is an excellent writer and story teller. Her writing is rich with description and imagination. It’s rare to find a book that has excellent writing, outstanding characters, AND a fabulous plot. Cas Peace’s books have all of them.

I can hardly wait to enjoy more books from this immensely talented author.

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Blurb:

Friend against friend, lover against lover, ally against ally. Conflict is coming …

Nine months have passed since Brynne Sullyan helped forge an alliance between the realms of Albia and Andaryon. A fragile peace reigns as both sides recover from the events of the previous year. Then mysterious raiders strike Andaryon villages. Attempts are made on the life of Albia’s High King. As Sullyan scrambles to find those responsible, unseen enemies threaten to pull apart everything she has worked for, including her marriage.

The alliance begins to crumble, and Sullyan finds herself caught between two monarchs: the king she’s sworn allegiance to, and the man she loves as a father. To betray either one would break her heart, but if conflict is inevitable, she must make a choice…

About Artesans of Albia Series

On a foolhardy foray into a foreign realm, Taran Elijah is attacked by a terrible weapon known as the Staff. Killing its wielder, he escapes into Albia, inadvertently carrying the Staff.

Concerned by the vicious raids that follow Taran’s actions, Major Sullyan of the High King’s forces crosses into Andaryon to seek diplomatic resolution to the crisis. She is captured and tortured by Lord Rykan, aspirant to the Andaryon throne.

Slowly dying, Sullyan escapes his clutches. She offers her skills to the Hierarch in defense of his throne, finally confronting Rykan on the field of battle.

Her handsome Captain and lover, Robin Tamsen, embarks on a desperate quest to recover the Staff. But Rykan’s greedy General, Sonten, is two steps ahead of him. If Robin cannot lay hold of the weapon before Sonten does, Sullyan’s life and the lives of all Artesans are forfeit.
The race for the Staff has begun.

Cas Peace

About Cas Peace

Cas Peace was born in Hampshire UK, in 1957, and has lived there most of her life. Her first career was as a horse-riding instructor, and horses remain very close to her heart. She then spent 13 years working for the British Civil Service before leaving the UK to live in Italy for three years, 1991-1994. She speaks passable but by no means perfect Italian, and loves to return to Italy whenever she can.

Cas’s other great loves are anything to do with animals, especially dogs and horses, (she supports many animal charities) and also singing.

Cas loves folk songs and along with her husband, who plays guitar, has performed in many a Southern England folk club. Sometimes they even asked her back! She writes folk songs to accompany her fantasy novels, and offers them as free downloads from her website.

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2 thoughts on “The Challenge – Circle of Conspiracy, by Cas peace

  1. Thank you so much for that wonderful review! And also for helping me promote my work by hosting me on your blog. I really appreciate it!
    xx
    Cas

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