Dragon Moon by Tori Minard
A Novel (The Amaki)

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Eighteen years ago, Maddy DeGuiscard vowed to bring Thorn Sakirian, the ruthless Amaki sorcerer she believes murdered her parents, to justice. But even an agent of the Order, a secret society devoted to obliterating all magic, must exercise caution when dealing with Thorn. When Maddy captures Thorn, she discovers matters aren't as simple as they seemed. He may be innocent. But if Thorn didn't kill her parents, who did? Caught between her growing passion for Thorn and her loyalty to the Order, Maddy plunges into a stormy world of old hatreds, betrayal, transformation, and love. In spite of their past hostilities, she and Thorn must join together to defeat an ancient enemy, once thought only a fable, before it destroys the Amaki people altogether.
 

About Tori Minard

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Tori Minard wrote her first story in pencil, sans paragraph breaks and quotation marks, for a third-grade class assignment. It was the dark and moving tale of a Halloween pumpkin. Unfortunately, the details of this gem have been lost to time. Her next story featured a large black dog who was really a demon in disguise. Apparently, Tori was born in paranormal mode. Three years later, it dawned on her that she didn't have to wait for the teacher's permission to write fiction. She spent the entirety of her peculiar adolescence writing weird and romantic stories which embarrassed her parents and got her in trouble at school. Unfortunately for her ego, the teachers merely thought she was writing letters to friends. Letters to friends! C'mon, this is dark, creative proto-Goth girl. Why would she write letters to friends when she could bring forth post-apocalyptic romances instead? After a long detour for such grown-up pursuits as working boring full-time jobs (State of Alaska, U.S. Postal Service), getting married and having a child, she returned to her first love-storytelling. She was born and raised in Alaska, and now lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband, son, and micro-dog. Her novels include The Amaki series, about sexy fae, and a vampire series that includes both pre- and post-apocalyptic romance.
 
Published November 24, 2013 by Enchanted Lyre Books. 282 pages
Genres: Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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