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It was an age of men and magic. Some men were good while some were not. The magic followed suit. An evil magic threatened to bring war and destruction to a time of peace. Good magic created the beings that had the only chance to repel that evil.
The evil Sage of Dagorath has declared war on the lands of her enemies. Prince Veern rides to gather help from the clans of the Free People and their leader Hellion. Before he can deliver his father’s plea for help the great tiger must rescue him from the vampire clan that has captured him. His father Verimas prepares for war while Hellion has the young prince brought to the village. There the prince finally meets the living legend, Hellion and his wife Fire. He also meets their daughter Luna. The girl’s exotic beauty captures him but her wild nature brings him at odds with himself.
The Free People lived through a lifetime of chaos and emerged victorious. Their desire to be left alone was singular, their passion for peace unanimous. Their savagery to obtain what they wanted was legendary. If the lands and people were to survive, they would have to become the immovable object that stood before unstoppable force.
The elusive and manipulative Sorceress of Dagorath has assembled her army of Orcs. They number in the tens of thousands as they march on the tiny kingdom below their mountain stronghold. The King awaits their final assault in the city of Bandashar. Far to the east, the almost mythical creature known as Hellion has split the clanspeople into a quick attack force that he brings over the mountains.
His mate Fire brings the larger part of this machine of destruction from the south. Both parties will have to fight their way past the formidable defenses of the Sorceress, while Fire must also contend with a traitor within the clans who threatens her children. If she abandons her march, Hellion may die. If she goes on, her children may die. She has only one recourse. She must leave the safety of the clans and ride to save her children from certain slavery alone.
While she rides on her mission, her husband finds allies in the mountains. With this new and massive force, he will become the hammer to break the army of Sage. His battle plans leave the Orcish army no options, but they depend on the rest of the clans being in place at the time they planned.
The marching armies of the clanspeople will have to overcome an assault by the vampire Queen and her minions in the forest of Wraithwood, traitors within both clan and family, a treacherous attack from a flanking army and the bigotry of the humans they rush to protect. While all this preys on the minds of Hellion and Fire, the love between their daughter and the human Prince of Dagor threatens to turn their world on end.
This story of gripping adventure, filled with paralleling tales of love and hatred, truth and lies, honor and disgrace all cumulate in a final clash between Hellion and the Sorceress, an age-old tale of good vs. evil. But is either completely defined? Is the evil fueled by misunderstanding? What constitutes good? Hellion is forced to disclose a lie he has lived for years that may cost him his heart. His mate will have to face her own choices of the heart while the entire army of clanspeople will have to battle bigotry even as they attempt to save those who throw it at them.
Read Fire At Dawn and prepare for a sprawling, explosive story of high fantasy, romance and honor that will sweep you up and put you on your own horse in the middle of the battle. Judge for yourself, is Fire At Dawn a love story surrounded by acts of war or is it a war story surrounded by acts of love? In the end, Fire At Dawn is the story you want it to be.

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