Defenders of Valinthia by Daniel A. Roberts

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A world where magic reigns finds itself at war with a universe dominated by science. This conflict won't be won by the humans alone as Valinthia holds more to its mysteries than a functioning magic. Changelings and their love for chaos sign up. Pixies and Gnomes learn to get along as sleeping dragons stir during their long rejuvenating slumber. Battle lines form as the epic fight begins!

About Daniel A. Roberts

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Originally born in Erie, PA with his parents moving to retire in Florida when he was the ripe old age of 7, all along the interstate little Danny would ask pretty waitresses their names and wanted to marry them all. He grew up a natural romantic, his complex code of honor for the opposite sex earning much respect throughout his adult life. He met his wife Krista on a blind date in 1987, and two years later they were married and awaited the anxious birth of their first daughter. A total of four children (the second child their only boy) and twenty years later and Daniel still hadn't published any of his work. He tried Science Fiction, Fantasy, Westerns and even Horror. Finally putting pen to Romance allowed his personality and respect for the opposite sex to flow unhindered in any universe he decided to create. Passion of the Different is his first Romance novel but not his last. There are two planned sequels, Passion of the Same and Passion of the Unknown. Now 42, Daniel A. Roberts lives in Bethany, Oklahoma with his wife and still has two teenage daughters at home. He is looking forward to bringing more adventure to readers everywhere and then who knows what else could happen from there on out!
Published May 5, 2012 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 283 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, War, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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