Adella of the Campos by A. M. Portman BBNYA 2023 Spotlight Tour
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Length: 308 pages | Genre: Fantasy
Age Category: Adult | Date Published: 14 February 2021
Blurb for Adella of the Campos
A WOMAN IN A DESPERATE SEARCH
Adella's life had been peaceful on the frontier of Valenna. But when mysterious raiders attack and burn her town down, her brother goes missing. Leaving everything behind, she sets off in a desperate ride across the plains to find him.
A MERCENARY IN DIRE NEED OF HER HELP
Kol, a highly-skilled Sornian soldier, needs Adella's help if he wants to live to see another day. A traitor to his country with nowhere else to turn, he agrees to guide Adella across the wilderness of the Campos.
A HIGH-SEAS ADVENTURE
When Adella is captured by the enemy, she inadvertently lets a powerful artifact fall into the wrong hands. Risking everything to find her, Kol takes a gamble and joins forces with the mysterious Captain Declan, a notorious reaver known for plundering Sornian ships.
Each must face the same choice: Save the life of someone dear to them, or retrieve the artifact and prevent the awakening of Mundil and the rise of the Twelve Calamities...
In a world of intrigue, mystery, and betrayal, will the choices they make lead to disaster?
A. M. Portman lives in Michigan with her husband, sons and goats. Her interests include horse riding, 18th century re-enactment, wilderness survival and classical literature. When not at home writing, she can likely be found at her 54 acre equestrian facility. The Legends of Andolin series began when the author's sister requested an original novel for her birthday. Taking inspiration from her favorite classic authors such as Kipling, Stevenson, and Burroughs, Portman endeavored to craft a new tale filled with adventure, mystery, and humor featuring unique and memorable characters.