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Sentry of the South, Book 1
Narrated by: Saskia Maarleveld
Series: Sentry of the South, Book 1
Length: 7 hrs
Categories: Teens, Sci-Fi & Fantasy
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My family's past threatens my future.

It's my second year training to become a Sentry of the South at Spellslingers Academy of Magic and I'm still fighting a reputation I don't deserve. It was my grandmother's addiction to magic that tarnished our family name - a grandmother I still love and adore. When she asks a favor of me, I can't refuse her dying wish...and it sets off a chain of events I never expected. With the help of a charming and sexy druid, I set out to locate a missing professor, but what we discover is far worse than we ever imagined. 

A fight to restore my family's honor has become a fight for my life and the lives of everyone I hold dear. Will we be able to find the professor in time and preserve life in the quadrant as we know it? 

Don't miss the first trilogy in the Spellslingers Academy of Magic series, Warden of the West!

©2018 Red Palm Press (P)2019 Podium Publishing

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  • 04-16-19

Disappointed

I think I prefer Dani as a side character, and Peter is everything is a smug, prideful arrogant pervert and extremely unlikable, so disappointed in what I was starting to think would be a good series, I am actually unsure whether I want to read anymore