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Dragons the Weaving: Roots and Stars, Book Two

The tapestry thickens
When Shelta is injured in battle, she travels to Asgard to save her unborn child. In return, the gods ask her to become the first world-weaver in ages: a dragon rider whose actions ripple through all of creation. Her mission: to shift the currents of destruction poisoning the multiverse of the World Tree.
But combat training with Thor and riddles with Merlin can only go so far. Secretly, Shelta turns to Loki, a self-professed connoisseur of musicians, and trades her most vulnerable songs for a pair of enchanted blades that allow her to open portals and kill with a thought. Shelta doesn’t want to be a vigilante, and she’s no one’s savior, but she’ll do what it takes to protect her family from the schemes of gods.

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The Starving Vulture

It is 1527 AD, steampower fuels the industries of nations while the fire gunpowder and the bite of steel is as prevalent as they have always been. While the Four Empires plot, war and thrive against each other. All the while the rest of the world bears the weight of their consequences.
Malic Thanis is a former Roman Legionnaire and the newest member of the small but feared mercenary company, the Starving Vulture. Operating out of the western continent of Amerigio. This collection of former soldiers of the Roman Empire, service mercantile Trade Guilds, powerful Native Chiefdoms or any entity that can afford their services. So long as the contract is only to Protect and Deliver. But honor is a flimsy shield against cruel ambition. Though bound by stoic professionalism and brotherhood, the dogs of the Starving Vulture will soon realizing that no matter what they do it could be impossible for them to be free from the consequences of the mercenary profession.
Dishonor is for the dead, the dead do not get paid.