Clara, lost and disillusioned from the civil war, hopes to discover answers about her lineage and abilities in the quiet village of Bluebell, where she once lived before being sold into slavery. However, as she and the Captain of the Royal Guard make their journey, a new threat to the kingdom arises in the form of a traitor.
Patiently brewing since the fall of the sorcerer-king Marduk, there are careful plans now coming to fruition. Riots break out, a giant is sighted, and double agents quietly take their places. King Emmerich’s struggles with his new role and his ever-present nightmares leave him feeling inadequate to the task. What he needs most is Clara.
What are people saying about Clara’s Return?
“A great book. Fast-paced, action-packed, and filled with intense, well-imagined characters and some swoon-worthy romances and unrequited love. The cherry on the top is the quiet, kick-butt-take-names protagonist, Clara who makes her first appearance in the prior book of the series. While these could be read as stand-alones since the antagonist in each book is different, but the story about the antagonists and their reasoning is explained more thoroughly if read as a pair, which I’d recommend. The ending is left open for a third book, and I could hope for nothing less!” — Cady, Amazon and Goodreads user
“This second book is just as great as the first. With the complex characters and fast paced storyline. This time, we get more into some of the people’s lives after the first book. Clara is wanting to find out about who she is and is feeling like she can’t help the King. I’m hoping there are more in this series. Must read book.” — Shelly Small, Amazon and Goodreads user