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After a royal entourage is massacred in the forest, a woman awakens with amnesia, and everyone insists she is the devious and self-serving Princess Jillian. Meanwhile, her decoy, the woman who takes the princess’s place during times of danger, has gone missing. Confused and forlorn, the princess returns to the castle in Dragon Ash, where she blacks out again… only to awake After a royal entourage is massacred in the forest, a woman awakens with amnesia, and everyone insists she is the devious and self-serving Princess Jillian. Meanwhile, her decoy, the woman who takes the princess’s place during times of danger, has gone missing. Confused and forlorn, the princess returns to the castle in Dragon Ash, where she blacks out again… only to awaken covered in the queen’s blood. Escaping justice with the sole witness to the queen’s murder, a blacksmith who is in love with the decoy, the princess embarks on a quest to regain her lost memories, prove her innocence, and locate the missing woman.Dogged by her budding feelings for the blacksmith and fear over who she might really be, the princess must find her decoy and unravel the secrets of their past. But will a mysterious magic invading their world compel her to kill again before she can uncover the truth?


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After a royal entourage is massacred in the forest, a woman awakens with amnesia, and everyone insists she is the devious and self-serving Princess Jillian. Meanwhile, her decoy, the woman who takes the princess’s place during times of danger, has gone missing. Confused and forlorn, the princess returns to the castle in Dragon Ash, where she blacks out again… only to awake After a royal entourage is massacred in the forest, a woman awakens with amnesia, and everyone insists she is the devious and self-serving Princess Jillian. Meanwhile, her decoy, the woman who takes the princess’s place during times of danger, has gone missing. Confused and forlorn, the princess returns to the castle in Dragon Ash, where she blacks out again… only to awaken covered in the queen’s blood. Escaping justice with the sole witness to the queen’s murder, a blacksmith who is in love with the decoy, the princess embarks on a quest to regain her lost memories, prove her innocence, and locate the missing woman.Dogged by her budding feelings for the blacksmith and fear over who she might really be, the princess must find her decoy and unravel the secrets of their past. But will a mysterious magic invading their world compel her to kill again before she can uncover the truth?

39 review for Daughter of Dragon Ash (Artifacts of Indarra Book 1)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Glenn Wilson

    What a great tale and a fun read. You are taken down a strange road in which the perceived reality is far different from the actual reality. Then the story expands and you finally see what has been around you all the time but was hidden. When you make the discovery, the tale takes off like a house on fire. Thrilling.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Cynthia Grayson

    Very interesting with several twist and turns along the way. great read.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Cathy Beckwith

    Quick read Interesting twists in the story. Good development of characters. Will be moving on to book 2. I have enjoyed all of Megg's books. Quick read Interesting twists in the story. Good development of characters. Will be moving on to book 2. I have enjoyed all of Megg's books.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Susan Bennett

    Good read. Good storyline and plot. Enjoyed reading it and look forward to the sequel. Didn't need the vulgar language or sexual innuendos. Good read. Good storyline and plot. Enjoyed reading it and look forward to the sequel. Didn't need the vulgar language or sexual innuendos.

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