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  • Dancing the Knife's Edge

  • Sacred Guardian, Book 4
  • By: J.A. Jaken
  • Narrated by: Dan Calley
  • Length: 10 hrs and 24 mins
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Dancing the Knife's Edge

By: J.A. Jaken
Narrated by: Dan Calley
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Summary

"You just have to buckle up for this journey, because that is what it is. Forget sleep, work, and other such trivial things and just…enjoy!" (Eyes On Books)

It has been over a year since Kaori took the throne, and he and Hunter are at last ready to become married under Kazurian law. However, a brutal attack against Hunter just days before the wedding suggests that not all of Kazure is in favor of the alliance. 

Kaori goes on a desperate quest to save Hunter's life even as a new enemy arises, slaughtering the priests and priestesses inside the Summer Temple for unknown reasons. Finding a solution to these two mysteries will decide whether or not Hunter manages to survive, and if Kaori will be able to continue as the High Lord of Kazure at all.

©2022 J.A. Jaken (P)2022 J.A. Jaken

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