The Chains of Fate

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Berkley Books, 1984 - Fiction - 511 pages
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Thomazine Heron, believing that her beloved Francis is dead, enters into a loveless marriage, but when she learns that he is alive, she sets out to find him

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Review: The Chains of Fate (Heron #2)

User Review  - Evi - Goodreads

The author lost me on this one. Way too many repetitive descriptions that rolled over from book #1. Found myself totally bored and couldn't wait for the finish. Read full review

Review: The Chains of Fate (Heron #2)

User Review  - Blake - Goodreads

One of the best books of all time. It's the middle of a trilogy and has everything: Civil War, Forbidden Love, Endless Death, Evil Cousins, Lousy Travel, Bad Children, Terrible Choices. This is why one of my favorite names is Francis Read full review

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