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Protector of the Flight

Robin D. Owens, Author
Robin D. Owens, Author . Luna $14.95 (553p) ISBN 978-0-373-80264-7
Reviewed on: 12/18/2006
Release date: 02/01/2007
Peanut Press/Palm Reader - 560 pages - 978-1-55254-859-2
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In the solid third entry in the Summoning fantasy series (after 2006's Sorceress of Faith ) by RITA Award–winner Owens, crippled, self-doubting ex-rodeo rider and horse trainer Calli Torcher is summoned from Colorado to Lladrana, a medieval French society on a magical parallel Earth, to assist in a dangerous fight against evil. There she meets two other Colorado women, Marian Dumont and Alexa Fitzwalter, known as Exotiques, who have risen to positions of power. After a spell heals Calli, she learns that she's needed to help train the flying horses—volarans—and the Chevaliers, their riders, who form the front lines against evil demons from the north. Calli must also choose a mate, so she bonds with the skilled warrior Marrec, with whom she fashions a life and family. Though most appropriate for romance readers, fans of Anne McCaffrey and Mercedes Lackey will appreciate the novel's honorable protagonists and their lively animal companions. (Feb.)

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