Song Weaver [The Bainevah Series, Book III] by Michelle L. Levigne

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In Bainevah, music is a vital part of healing both body and mind. Veerian is a Song Weaver, part of the Healers Temple, and a descendant of the vanished Nai'hash'vi race.

When Prince Rushtan is wounded and overtaken with evil magic and Veerian is called in to help find a cure, her past begins to catch up with her. Four years before, she was a ragged, starving street singer, fleeing rape and slavery. When she helped a wounded soldier in the Dregs, the worst part of the city, she met Rushtan and her life was changed forever. Together, they must find a cure for the magic that uses innocent people as puppets. Rushtan wants more than partnership and friendship with Veerian, but what kind of a life can he offer her? Veerian has learned to be leery of men who see more than her musical gifts--especially men of noble blood—but her heart longs for a part of Rushtan's life.

As they hunt for a miracle to save Bainevah, can they find one for themselves?

Genres: Romance / Paranormal Romance


About Michelle L. Levigne

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Published August 20, 2008 by Amber Quill Press, LLC. 220 pages
Genres: Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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