He must slay a monster.
Raine travels with his companions, Tashira and Darkhan, to the frozen north. He must meet the Guardian in battle and fight for the freedom of the wolf god, Darius. Should Raine fail, and the Guardian slay him before he kills it, Darius shall never be free. Thus his beloved wolves will die out as a species. But the treacherous Ja’Teel sets his traps to ensnare him. And Raine must fight to keep not just himself alive, but his loyal friends as well.
She will fight at his side.
Pursued by a dark god bent on vengeance, Ly’Tana battles the evil Tongu and their daemon king. Accompanied by Rygel, Kel’Ratan, her Kel’Hallan warriors and the pack of enormous wolves she travels the high mountains to find Raine. Ly’Tana, Beloved of the Gods, must elude the one god who wants her blood spilled. Fighting to remain one step ahead of death, she seeks to fight beside Raine as he battles the Guardian.
He will stop at nothing.
The dark wizard Ja’Teel has invaded the holy mountain of the dragons, and snatched their most precious possession: the egg from which their next shaman will hatch. Unless Raine, Ly’Tana and Rygel are brought to him, he will slay the infant. Should he kill the hatchling, the dragons are forever sundered from their divine Mother.
Thus begins Book Four of The Saga of the Black Wolf,
Under the Wolf’s Shadow
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About the Author
A. Katie Rose is a workaholic living in San Antonio, Texas. With her day job as a photographer, she moonlights as a writer. When not working, she likes a weekend trail ride on her horses or just a quick trip around the pasture. Her extracurricular activities include long walks, reading, watching movies, camping, hiking and enjoying the company of friends around a fire. A Colorado native, she earned her B.A. in literature and history at Western State College, in Gunnison, Colorado. While in school, she won second place in a history term paper contest, an essay on King Richard III. In 1990, she rode her Arabian gelding, Tara Starbask, to win the Colorado Arabian Horse Club high point in Trail.