The Irony of Fate by Angela Alexander

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Tameras Ranse, a Terat assassin, awakes in unfamiliar surroundings. She learns the secrets of her enemy, the mysterious, politically powerful Ekosian king, whose identity has been closely guarded since his parents' assassination. Tameras upsets his life by meeting him, being able to recognize him; and then, when she later discovers he is also a Sovereign warrior, Ken Johnson, under the command of her own godfather. After being challenged by Ken, she develops a conscience, and fails one of her missions. She is captured. He saves her life by lying about her presence and marrying her. Afterward, they agree to dissolve the marriage, but Fate intervenes, forcing them to work together to end a horrible civil war on planet Dojo. There, they draw out the would-be assassin from whom Ken has been hiding his entire life, and successfully negotiate peace. Surrounded by secret identities and treacherous deceit, they survive not only their adventures together, but also their individual journeys into self-discovery.

About Angela Alexander

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Alexander is a graduate of UC Berkeley.
Published September 11, 2001 by iUniverse. 532 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure. Fiction

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