Heir of Magic by J.D. Ruffin
Whispers of magic, shadows of danger, fate teeters on a dagger’s edge.
In a world of magic, a secret sect seeks to revive their evil queen whose anger and thirst for revenge could destroy the world.
As kidnappings begin to occur, Keelan races to save the missing individuals. He uncovers a sinister pattern. Only those with magic are being taken, but to what end?
In a distant kingdom, the Crown Princess disappears, and blame is laid on their neighboring nation, leading to the call for war. As banners are raised and armies prepare for battle, danger looms everywhere.
You’ll love this action-packed adventure because everyone yearns for magic and hope in a time of darkness.
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What do readers say about Heir of Magic?
★★★★★ “There’s everything in this book, from forbidden love to betrayal and murder and mystery . . .”
★★★★★ “. . . had me hooked from the start.”
★★★★★ “What a great story! The characters snuck into my heart . . . found myself wondering what would happen next . . .”
★★★★★ “Can’t put it down! The story moves swiftly . . . Every main character is likable, even lovable . . . a treat for anyone who loves fantasy, with a cliffhanger ending that leaves me hoping Book 2 will come soon.”
★★★★★ “If you love fantasy, this book is for you.”
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J.D. Ruffin is the author of multiple bestselling novels, including the epic fantasy Kingdom War series.
Ironically, he never really enjoyed reading until a friend loaned him a dog-eared copy of J.R.R. Tolkien’s Fellowship of the Ring. From that day, he was hooked, discovering fantasy authors Robert Jordan, Brandon Sanderson, R.A. Salvatore, Terry Goodkind and many, many others.
Becoming an author was never part of the master plan, but…
As a fourteen-year-old bespeckled and befreckled boy, J.D. and his friends would gather around the D&D dice for hours on end, trading reality for fantasy, if only in their minds. In his quest to “stump his friends” with an impossible campaign, he dreamed up a storyline that captured his imagination.
Then… well… nothing happened. He grew up and went to work in a completely different world.
Too many years later, that story pulled at the corner of his mind, demanding to be heard… to be written.
Hence, an author was born.