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Seas of Crimson Silk

Burning Empire, Book 1
Written by: Emma Hamm
Length: 13 hrs and 14 mins
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Publisher's Summary

A dragon can be loyal forever, if you tame her first. But Sigrid would sooner be dead than tamed. 

Dragon shifter Sigrid of Wildewyn has spent her life in a cage, quite literally. Whether she's hidden from her own people, or masked so they cannot see her face, she's dedicated her life to her country and king. But, when her king promises her to a rival warlord and Sultan of a country she hates, her loyalty is tested. 

Nadir of Bymere was the boy king no one ever thought would sit on the throne. And though he knows his country is ruled by corrupt advisors, he's lost himself in the glory of being Sultan. When they force him to marry a masked woman from the country who murdered his brother, he's set to torture her for a lifetime. 

Both hiding their own secrets, the two slowly realize there is more to both their kingdoms than they originally thought. With many in the kingdom who need help, Sigrid and Nadir must choose who they truly ally with: each other...or their kingdoms. Their choice will put either their hearts or their lives at risk.

©2019 Emma Hamm (P)2019 Emma Hamm

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  • emily anderson
  • 2019-04-14

Chomping at the bit for book #2

This book finally got me to kick my Harry Potter binge of 6 months. It seemed any time I’d listen to any other novel I’d be disappointed by the voice acting or let down by the plot.

This book is perfect for any fantasy lover looking to dive into a new world. It’s reminiscent of Daenerys’ plot line from the Song of Fire and Ice series with subtle hints at a romantic subplot. The two actors who narrated the male and female protagonists were phenomenal and the story was a joy to disappear into.

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  • Darren
  • 2019-03-28

great story

The story it told was a beautiful roller coaster that I found pleasant and hurtful.