United by flame. Divided by all else.Flame-haired heiress Tytiana has it all. She enjoys wealth, power, privilege, and a growing reputation as a scientist and botanist serving the lucrative silk trade of Helyon Island. But amongst her peers, being a peg-legged redhead beauty bears a terrible price. She is a pariah.>>>Born Into the Lowest Rungs of Society, His Fate Will Take Him to Unimaginable HeightsJakani, the son of an immigrant Dirt Picker and a disabled mother, has nothing. Born into abject serfdom, the rebellious Easterner relies on his wits, dubious honour and infallible nose for trouble – until fate throws him together with Tytiana, and sets them both ablaze.Only, who is the moth and who is the candle?>>>Marauders Sowing ChaosAs the pirate Dragon cabals move in power against Helyon, sowing mayhem and destruction, Jakani and Tytiana must race against time and the terrible, consuming inner fires to discover the identity of a murderer of Islanders and Dragons alike. Who is the ruthless mastermind who stands to profit from Helyon’s troubles? Who wants Tytiana murdered, and why?Nothing is as it seems!In the crucible of forbidden romance, draconic infernos run high and passions deep, and fate can turn on the razor-tip of a Dragon’s talon. The answers they find will challenge all they know and love.A standalone Dragon adventure that continues my Shapeshifter Dragons series, set 100 years after the events of Aranya and Chaos Shifter.Scroll Up and Grab Your Copy Today!
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Marc is a South African-born dragon masquerading as an author, who loves writing about dragons and Africa, preferably both at the same time. He’s the author of 25 fantasy books in 5 languages including 10 rip-roaring dragon fantasy bestsellers. Dragonfriend won a Gold Award for Fantasy in the 2016 IPPY Book Awards. His latest release is Mister Drainpipe, a contemporary literary novel about a homeless man living on the streets of Addis Ababa.Catch up with Marc at:Twitter: @marcauthorFacebook: www.facebook.com/authormarcWebsite: www.marcsecchia.comWhen he’s not writing about Africa or dragons Marc can be found travelling to remote locations. He thinks there’s nothing better than standing on a mountaintop wondering what lies over the next horizon.