The beloved Song of the Lioness series has enthralled fans for decades, and now an even larger audience can revel in these adventure-filled fantasies, which are in trade paperback for the first time and feature newly designed covers.
In Alanna, Alanna of Trebond disguises herself as a boy and makes her way to the castle of King Roald to being training as a page. As she masters the skills necessary for battle, Alanna must also learn to control her heart. This challenge is even greater in In the Hand of the Goddess, where Alanna becomes a squire to Prince Jonathan, who knows the secret of her identity. But when a mysterious sorcerer threatens the prince’s life, it will take all of Alanna’s skill, strength, and magical power to protect him. Her efforts result in knighthood, and in The Woman Who Rides Like a Man, Alanna seeks adventure in a vast desert of Tortall, where, after a life-threatening duel, she becomes the first female shaman to an ancient tribe. Her warrior wisdom is put to the test in Lioness Rampant, because Tortall is in grave danger that only Alanna can prevent. As she takes on her archenemy, Alanna discovers she has a future worthy of her mythic past—both as a warrior and a woman.
Olivia's Christmas On The Frontier: A smart, independent young woman with a sense of adventure takes a voyage by sea to the Frontier and is blessed with a special Christmas surprise.
Elizabeth's Christmas Miracle: Will Elizabeth and Frederick ever be able to unite their two similar, but different families? It may take a Christmas miracle and a whole lot of faith.
Abigail's Christmas Gift: From the hustle and bustle of New York to the comforting home life in Coos Bay, Oregon, Abigail Copeland realizes that love and adventure can be hers.
Sophie's Christmas On The Frontier: A widowed teacher from Baltimore makes the voyage to Seattle with her children to start anew, and Christmastime in the Northwest turns out to be more beautiful than she could have dreamed.
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