Fire in the Blood by Erin M. Evans

By Erin M. Evans

SCRIBE- award-winning writer, Erin M. Evans, keeps the riveting story of her Sundering personality, Farideh, as she turns into embroiled in a Forgotten Realms-flavored video game of thrones.

In an immediate follow-up to the 3rd publication within the Sundering sequence, The Adversary, younger warlock Farideh falls into the midst of a conflict for the throne of Cormyr. because the conflict attributable to the Sundering rages throughout Faerûn, princes and princesses, wizards and rogues scheme to catch the seat of energy of the Land of the crimson Dragon--with Farideh and her allies stuck squarely within the heart.

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Men and Elves alike hoped to win her favor. Eliara could not oblige them all with he1 love-nor could she choose who was worthg o f her. For a time she spumed them all anri devoted her life to the bow; as the daughter oj Corellon. her skill was uncanny. The Men and Elves fought between them to see whc coirld carry her golden quiver, and wai threatened to break out between the races. Corellon and Eluna turned to their daughter, and she agreed that such squabbling must stop. And so Eliara held a contest to judge hei suitors' skills.

The people whom she called "fami1y"sought always to humiliate her for her pointed ears and thin features, and to belittle her beauty, Their taunts hurt an innocent heart. And so matters went for many years, until one day a prince rode through the now prosperous village. He was an elfprince, this much is true, and he stopped at the human village to water and feed his stallion. The mayor's daughters were smitten with his charm and elegance; in him they praised the very features they taunted in Haranavei.

Dwarves don‘t feel that happiness is essential to a good life (elves certainly do). Dwarves believe life should be organized and well cared for-not haphazard and spontaneous as elves prefer. These views, so contrary to the elven enjoyment of life, don’t allow dwarves to see things on the elven level. Yet each race secretly appreciates the other, and some of the strongest bonds in the world are between elves and dwarves. The two races are actually a good complement to each other. Gnomes: Elves and gnomes get along well when they meet.

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