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Troy Weston is taming the ancient world, one battle - and queen - at a time.

As he builds his empire, he'll find that not all enemies are what they seem. An invading army powered by wild magic and captured spirits will face him down, but his own people are busy, too, and their new technologies will bridge the worlds between science and sorcery.

Can they create weapons in time?

Either way, Troy and his queens will ride forward into war once again, but this time there's a lot more at stake, because the enemy wants Helen, and they’ll do whatever it takes to have her.

Join Troy as he fights for Helen, and his people, and nothing less than the fate of his entire world.

©2019 Daniel Pierce (P)2019 Podium Publishing

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Fantastic

Thanks again for writing intelligently and with proper grammar and an actual story!!! Most harem series are smut written by authors who have the intellect and maturity of a 14 year old (eric vall).
Also thank you to the narrator for not over dramatizing everything so much that I feel the need to puke (Christopher Boucher).