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Captain Astuawilda Kaika is an elite forces soldier, a demolitions expert, and a woman who loves secret missions. She most certainly isn't someone with the patience to teach General Zirkander's raw cadets how to survive encounters with the enemy. Certain she's been given this duty as a punishment, she confronts her superiors, only to find out that King Angulus himself gave her the assignment.

When she attempts to reasonably and respectfully - and certainly not presumptuously - explain to him that she's not suited for teaching, she gets swept up in a mission to a secret research facility that has been invaded by enemy agents. Soon, she, King Angulus, and General Zirkander are engrossed in an investigation that could change the world - and destroy all that they know.

©2015 Lindsay Buroker (P)2016 Podium Publishing

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  • CAP
  • 23-07-17

Fun Romantic Tension

This was a fun short story about one of the coolest assassin chicks in Dragon Blood. She has always been the tease, and has a special relationship with the king, a relationship, where she believes to owe him so much because of how he treated her early in her career, giving her an opportunity to use her talents for the good of the Empire. But, secretly, all this time, he's had a little bit more feelings toward her. It was a very good, short, book, and a fun listen.

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  • Nick Barnhart
  • 06-02-18

Terrible

I stopped listening to this series because of this book. The king is portrayed as a teen age girl, not a middle aged man.