A year after she won the battle for Septily, Clara feels trapped in Skycliff by the Allied Council. As the last pieces of information about the Healing Caves fall into place, Clara is attacked by an assassin. Covert Drinaii mercenaries and the Council aren’t going to stop Clara from her quest to heal her broken blade. As Champion of Aramatir, she must act.
Meanwhile, in the joint kingdoms of Rrysorria and Wylandria, the youngest and still cursed swan prince despairs of ever being whole again. In a moment of anger and desperation, Liam discovers a blood link between him and a dark sorceress.
Clara won the battle for Septily, but her battle isn’t over.
Champion in Flight is the second book in The Champion Trilogy.
Tyrean Martinson lives and writes in the Pacific Northwest, with her encouraging family. She likes to write, read, teach, ski, bicycle, and walk.
Tyrean has been published in Overcoming Adversity, The Best of Every Day Poets and Sunday Snaps: The Stories. Dragonfold and Other Adventures, and Light Reflections showcase Tyrean’s stories and poetry. She is currently hard at work on the third novel in The Champion Trilogy: Champion’s Destiny.
Amazon Author Page http://www.amazon.com/Tyrean-Martinson/e/B00BCKPHZK/ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_1?qid=1401319332&sr=8-1-fkmr0
Cool Reviews for Champion in the Darkness, used with permission by the reviewers:
“So often I've read ‘Christian” books which have the same theme. ‘God is love and everything will work out for you.’ Yes, God is love, but He is SO much more than that. And Tyrean showed so many more of His attributes. A judge, a shepherd, and a warrior. I was really surprised and impressed, and I came to love the story all the more because of it.”- Jack Lewis Baillot, author of A Stretch of Loyalty, Haphazardly Implausible, and Abolished Impracticality.
“I loved the way the author connected you to the characters and made them seem like real people.” – Rylee, Teen Reviewer
“while the religious side was evident, it never overwhelmed the story. I appreciated how Martinson not only showed people displaying faith when times were easy, but how she explored loss of faith when times were hard, and how different people coped with doubt, anger, and fear.” – Nickie Anderson, author of Bright Star