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The Claiming: Book Three of The Circle of Ceridwen Saga (Paperback)
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This is book number 3 in the Circle of Ceridwen Saga series.
- #1: The Circle of Ceridwen: Book One of The Circle of Ceridwen Saga (Paperback): $31.48
- #2: Ceridwen of Kilton: Book Two of The Circle of Ceridwen Saga (Paperback): $22.25
- #4: The Hall of Tyr: Book Four of The Circle of Ceridwen Saga (Paperback): $24.37
- #5: Tindr: Book Five of The Circle of Ceridwen Saga (Paperback): $23.31
- #6: Silver Hammer, Golden Cross: Book Six of The Circle of Ceridwen Saga (Paperback): $29.42
- #7: Wildswept: Book Seven of The Circle of Ceridwen Saga (Paperback): $24.37
- #8: For Me Fate Wove This: Book Eight of The Circle of Ceridwen Saga (Paperback): $26.49
- #9: Two Dragons: Book Nine of The Circle of Ceridwen Saga (Paperback): $26.49
How long can you fight Fate? How far must you go to claim what is yours?
Sidroc the Dane has been in Angle-land for twelve years. The first nine were all hard fighting. He has won treasure beyond counting, and now peace for his men. But there is one thing he still desires: Ceridwen as his wife.
Now Fate conspires to tear Ceridwen and Sidroc away from Angle-land. Thrust together amidst great danger and hardship they fight to survive -- and fight each other. Each day takes them farther from the loyalties and laws of the lands they have called home, and deeper into new challenges and opportunities. Ceridwen's ties to Kilton and all it represents are strong, yet Sidroc is steadfast in his claim to her. A rescued stranger stands between both of their desires, threatening to destroy all that Sidroc has worked and killed to preserve...
Surrender to The Claiming
About the Author
I write the kind of book I want to read myself. I write about history as a way to better understand my own times. I write about people who are far better, and (I hope) far worse than myself. And beautiful objects inspire me: the hand-carved combs, skilfully wrought swords, and gemmed goblets of the world of The Circle of Ceridwen Saga. Almost everything interests me; I've studied Anglo-Saxon and Norse runes, and learnt to spin with a drop spindle. My path has led to extensive on-site research in England, Denmark, Sweden, Iceland, and Gotland - some of the most wonderful places on Earth. My other works include the novella The Tale of Melkorka, based on a story from the Icelandic Sagas, and Ride: A Novella, a retelling of the story of Lady Godiva, first published in Narrative Magazine. I've been the fortunate recipient of fellowships at the MacDowell Colony, Ledig House International, and Byrdcliffe. Hearing from readers is a special pleasure and I always answer my letters. So write to me! www.octavia.net is my website