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As the newly appointed Lord Protector for Windfall and Mage Apprentice to the Wizard King of Great Vale, Alex Rogers had taken the role of a lifetime. Combined with his pending marriage to the half-nymph Lady Cassandra, he had more on his plate than he could ever hope to accomplish anytime soon.

However, a message intended for the dead Prince Renfeld, one exposing a dastardly plot, had been dropped in his hands. It was a plot involving the kidnapping of the sister of the King of Great Vale, and it leaves Alex no choice but to depart for foreign lands across the Western Sea. There, he must rescue someone who is not only the King's sister, but also the mother of his soon-to-be bride.

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very good

this is an overall well written book, and I would recommend it to anyone who has read the first book.

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  • W. Wulf
  • Columbia, MD, USA
  • 07-03-18

better sophomore attempt than the first book

This second in what appears to be an open-ended series of TRPG-inspired stories still smacks of Ramone MC-favoritism, but it's at least not quite as disappointingly trite as the first.
Yet again, the narrator improved the experience, and continues to be the most enjoyable part.

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