Far Haven

Far Haven : A Quest for Certitude. a Fight for Justice.

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Part III of the epic fantasy Windflower Saga trilogy set in a late medieval world entering its industrial age. A victim of conspiracy that reaches to the highest levels, Tribune Loris Kennet of Pomerania is unjustly stripped of rank and position in the elite Royal Winged Cavalry. He is publicly flogged, disgraced, shunned by comrades and friends, doubted even by his own beloved father, and facing a banishment so harsh it will surely kill him. With the hope it will keep his son alive to clear his name one day, his father urges him to accept an alternative. Enroute to the remote southern Wastelands of distant Kimbria, married by proxy and in name only to a widow he has never met, Loris wonders if the screams in the nightmares that disturb his sleep will ever be silenced. The widow is Lady Keridwen Ulani of Ansgar, the only mixed-race noble family. She welcomes Loris into her home and guides him to find the help he needs to heal. They become friends and, in the process, Loris falls in love with Keridwen and wants their pretend marriage to become a real one. However, she will not agree until he clears the dishonor over his name. That requires that Loris chase after pirates and the remnants of their victims, to bring them to justice. The romance between Loris and Keridwen is sweet and tender.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 252 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 17mm | 435g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1507716494
  • 9781507716496

About Aleksandra Layland

Aleksandra Layland is a retired civil engineer and federal civil servant who worked primarily for the United States Air Force as a senior installation engineering manager responsible for buildings, airfields, infrastructure, fire protection, and emergency preparedness. She also served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in the Western Caroline Islands where she helped build school classrooms and cafeterias, low income housing, and simple village water distribution systems. Her other interests include arts and crafts, family genealogy, religion and spirituality, sustainable farming and forestry, fostering peace in the world, and enjoying retirement with her family and friends.show more

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