A Daughter of No Nation (Hidden Sea Tales, Book 2) by A. M. Dellamonica

By A. M. Dellamonica

Once Sophie Hansa lower back to our global, she is concerned to once more return to Stormwrack. not able to debate the wondrous points of interest she has obvious, and not able to inform somebody what occurred to her in her time away, Sophie is in a retaining trend, concentrated fullyyt on her eventual likelihood to return.

With the unexpected arrival of Garland Parrish, Sophie is once more long past. This time, she has been referred to as again to Stormwrack so one can spend time along with her father, a Duelist-Adjudicator, who's an unmatched combatant and fearsome negotiator. yet is he pushed by way of his dedication to seeing justice be triumphant, or is he a sociopath? quickly, she discovers anything repellent approximately him that makes her reject him, and every little thing he's offering.
Adrift back, she discovers that her time spent along with her father isn't with out merits, even though, for Sophie has found there's not anything to prevent her from establishing a forensic institute in Stormwrack, investigating situations which were slowed down within the courts, occasionally for years. Her clean inspect a long-standing case among of the islands turns up new details which may get her, and her associates, pulled into whatever daring and bold, which adjustments the full approach she methods this unusual new international. . . .

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I’ve just spent ten days at sea. ” Sam let out a growl. Before he could speak, the door opened. Sam froze, but Celaena only inclined her head in greeting as Captain Rolfe, Lord of the Pirates, entered his office. ” The tall, dark-haired man shut the door behind him. Bold move, considering who sat in his office. Celaena remained where she sat. Well, he certainly wasn’t what she’d expected. It wasn’t every day that she was surprised, but … she’d imagined him to be a bit dirtier—and far more flamboyant.

His handwriting was cramped and near-illegible, his signature nothing more than a few loops and jagged peaks. She didn’t know what she was looking for, exactly. ” She leaned back in the chair, propping her feet on the desk, and read it. ” She raised her brows, but realized he couldn’t see. The mask and clothes were a necessary precaution, one that made it far easier to protect her identity. In fact, all of Arobynn’s assassins had been sworn to secrecy about who she was—under the threat of endless torture and eventual death.

Neither of them had been particularly happy when Arobynn announced that Sam would be sent to the Dead Islands with Celaena. Especially when Ben’s body—which Celaena had retrieved—had barely been in the ground for two months. The sting of losing him hadn’t exactly worn off. Her mentor had called Sam an escort, but Celaena knew what his presence meant: a watchdog. Not that she’d do anything bad when she was about to meet the Pirate Lord of Erilea. It was a once-in-a-lifetime chance. Even though the tiny, mountainous island and ramshackle port city hadn’t really made much of an impression so far.

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