It’s my birthday month! To celebrate, I’m giving away a signed copy of my latest novel, Secret Burdens!
Jarrett failed everyone close to him.
In disgrace, he resigned his position as Captain of the Royal Guard and entered self-imposed exile in Lorst’s Eastern Forests. As a common soldier, he fought the remainder of the sorcerer Marduk’s monsters.
However, after an assassination attempt leaves her bedridden, Clara summons Jarrett back to the capital city of Bertrand. Over his protests, she appoints him Captain of the Seer’s Guard. Though both her parents and her ability to see the future are restored to her, neither of these things can help her find her would-be killer. There’s also a greater threat on the horizon she must face and she needs someone she can trust.
Jarrett searches for both Clara’s enemies and his sense of honor. However, his investigations threaten to expose secrets that could ruin them all and shake the Lorst to the core.
The electrifying third novel of The Stories of Lorst Series takes the reader from the immaculate halls of the Palace to the dingy streets of the Low Quarters on an epic tale of secrets, betrayals, and lost love.
What Reviewers are Saying:
The third book in the Lorst series, Secret Burdens, did not disappoint. Suzanna J. Linton has created a cast of amazing characters that you care and root for. The emotion in her writing is real. You celebrate and mourn along with them. This third book has secrets around every turn and you lose track of who is trust worthy. If you have already started the Stories of Lorst series than this is a must read that you don’t want to miss. — Amanda Lavoie, Once Upon a Book Dream
This is an intricate story, and my admiration for Suzanna J. Linton knew no bounds, as the story effortlessly flowed. How she managed to keep up with the writing, making it easy to read, while still maintaining the mystery, I will never know! — Merissa, Archeolibrarian
The plot of Secret Burdens has dashes of romance, mystery, and action, all taking place on a fantasy stage. It definitely has the feel of a historical drama–a good one, mind. — Ambrose Crotts