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A Fistful of Fire: Book #1, Chronicles of Marsdenfel

A Fistful of Fire: Book #1, Chronicles of Marsdenfel

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Misti Wolanski By carradee Completed

Tales of loathsome kings and prophesied saviors aren't so appealing when you are a royal bastard of prophecy...
Evonalé Yunan is supposed to somehow free her grandmother's enslaved people, but she's merely a child, and her father is the powerful fire mage who subjugates the realm. She has therefore fled home, her half-siblings, and the father who really should've been her uncle.

Unfortunately, it's the middle of winter. Fortunately, following her mother's directions has put her in another king's hunting grounds. To Evonalé's bewilderment, that king picks her up and gives her a place in his castle. The prince seeks her out to tease and befriend.

Then one of Cook's daughters starts teaching her magic, and a scullery maid proves herself immune to poison.

Evonalé isn't the only one with secrets.


ALERT: Contains some mature themes and responsible use of alcohol. The narrator's family is sadistic.

Note: This book is available in e-book and print book form at many vendors, as is the sequel, "A Fistful of Earth".

• Links to purchase this book, "A Fistful of Fire", can be found at

• Links to purchase the sequel, "A Fistful of Earth", can be found at
"A Fistful of Earth"; is also posted on Wattpad:

PhoenixWinchester PhoenixWinchester Nov 09, 2016
                              HOW DID I NOT SEE THIS BEFORE?? YOU HAD IT MAPPED OUT BEFORE YOU BEGAN!! You truly are amazing, lady!
LightSaviour LightSaviour Feb 16, 2016
it's interesting so far looking forward to reading the rest.
KittyMagi KittyMagi Dec 29, 2015
Wow, this book is amazing. One chapter and I'm already interested. I'm going to have to keep reading this. See you again in the next chapter!
WerewolfWriterZ WerewolfWriterZ Dec 11, 2015
I loved it. Didn't read something so interesting in a long amount of time. Right at the beginning my imagination was boiling!
edgardowden edgardowden Nov 21, 2015
very intriquing for a start. it immediately sets the readers imagination to boiling.
TyroneJL TyroneJL Feb 14, 2015
Cool. Not random. Good writing. Looks like females might be good, too. Lets see where this goes