A Tapestry of Spells

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Penguin, Jan 5, 2010 - Fiction - 368 pages
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The compelling start of a new fantasy romance trilogy set in the world of the Nine Kingdoms, from New York Times bestselling author Lynn Kurland

Return to the world of the Nine Kingdoms with New York Times bestselling author Lynn Kurland as a new evil, and a new passion, emerges.

Sarah's brother has embraced the dark arts, vowing to destroy the Nine Kingdoms, and she doesn't have the power to stop him. Now she must risk everything to thwart his plans, even though she fears the quest will reveal the secret she's kept all her life.

After seeing his entire family slain by magic, Ruithneadh swore never to use his power again. But when Sarah pleads for his help, he's thrust back into a life of enchantments and peril, and a quest capable of unraveling the entire fabric of the Nine Kingdoms.

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User Review  - Krumbs - LibraryThing

I was really enjoying this book. It moved along at a nice pace and it was great to get back into this world. But...I think they forgot the last chapter or something. It just kind of ended, not really ... Read full review

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User Review  - aterry13 - LibraryThing

The first book in Lynn Kurland's second Nine Kingdoms trilogy is A Tapestry of Spells. In this book, we now get to see the quest of Morgan's (the heroine from the first trilogy) brother, Ruithneadh ... Read full review

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Lynn Kurland is the USA Today bestselling author of Stardust of Yesterday, A Dance Through Time, This Is All I Ask, The Very Thought of You, Another Chance to Dream, The More I See You, and If I Had You. She is also a contributor to The Christmas Cat, Christmas Spirits, Veils of Time, Opposites Attract, and A Knight’s Vow anthologies. A full-time writer, she lives in the Pacific Northwest.

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