By Susan Kaye Quinn
Aniri’s existence is supposedly perfect—she’s cherished through the folk of Jungali and betrothed to their good-looking prince. He’s a noble barbarian who’s pledged to exploit his skyship for peace, however the possibility of a moment skyship within the arms of rival kingdom Samir looms over their drawing close marriage… and Aniri starts to question her rush to marry a guy she slightly is familiar with.
When the second one Daughter of Dharia is poisoned, Aniri tells her soon-to-be husband she needs to rush off to Samir to deal with her loved sister. finally, how can she wed while Seledri can be loss of life? yet in her middle, Aniri fears she can be like her long-lost father, fleeing the tasks of crown once more.
Aniri could be a runaway bride, however the risks in Samir are real—Seledri is being stalked via an murderer, the second one skyship may perhaps carry struggle, and the 3 Queendoms have by no means had a lot unrest. As Aniri fights to unfastened her sister from a husband and a rustic she doesn't love, she unlocks tightly-kept secrets and techniques that would were greater left uncovered… and he or she wonders no matter if a love pledged within the warmth of experience can live on the looming danger of battle.
SECOND DAUGHTER is the second one booklet within the Royals of Dharia Trilogy. it's instructed from Aniri’s perspective.
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A tremor in her answer betrayed her excitement. She buried her hands deeper into her white fox muff, the one he’d bought her for her birthday. ” “No, not yet. ” she asked softly, her gaze slipping to his coat pocket. ” Reluctantly he dug around in his coat pocket, looking for the small piece of parchment. “I hope you find my poor effort acceptable. ” She held out her hand, the gesture oddly reminding him of a wife demanding her husband’s gambling winnings. Cursing Lord Byron for starting this poetry craze with his Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage, he drew the parchment from his pocket and placed it in her palm.
The carriage was moving too fast. In seconds it would become a coffin. Thinking of the two little girls trapped within its leather squabs, he grabbed the reins along with the driver and helped him pull. He was too late. Just as the carriage hurtled over the edge of the cliff, Phineas threw himself off the driver’s bench. He had a sensation of sailing through the air. When he hit the ground, it was as though God himself had sent a giant hand into his midsection, driving the air from his lungs, stunning him with one mighty blow.
She estimated his age at well past fifty. His garb, she realized, was very rich, and much finer than his companion’s. An olive-colored coat of heavy wool cloth, with a deep collar and several shoulder capes, wreathed his thin form. His waistcoat was again of wool and his neck cloth was loosely tied. Highly polished, tasseled boots drew her eye away from his sticklike legs, encased in fawn-colored breeches. Still, his eyes bothered her the most. Although they were very kind, she thought she saw a strange sort of hunger hidden behind his gaze.
Second Daughter (The Royals of Dharia, Book 2) by Susan Kaye Quinn