Duty from Ashes

Duty from Ashes

by Amanda S Green, Sam Schall


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Duty calls. Honor demands action. Major Ashlyn Shaw has survived false accusations and a brutal military prison. Now free, she finds her homeworld once again at war with an enemy that will stop at nothing to destroy everything she holds dear. Duty has Ashlyn once again answering the call to serve. She has seen what the enemy is capable of and will do everything she can to prevent it from happening to the home she loves and the people she took an oath to protect. But something has changed. It goes beyond the fact that the enemy has changed tactics they never wavered from during the previous war. It even goes beyond the fact that there is still a nagging doubt in the back of Ashlyn's mind that those who betrayed her once before might do so again. No, there is more to the resumption of hostilities, something that seems to point at a new player in the game. But who and what are they playing at? Will Ashlyn be able to unmask the real enemy before it is too late?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780692455661
Publisher: Hunter's Moon
Publication date: 05/21/2015
Series: Honor and Duty , #2
Pages: 306
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.69(d)

About the Author

I'm older than 20 and younger than death and that's all you'll get from me about my age. After all, it's not polite to ask a woman how old she is. I'm a mother, a daughter and was a wife. I've spent most of my life in the South and love to travel. The only problem with that is my dog always thinks I've abandoned him when I do and it takes weeks to reassure the poor thing and my cat resents the fact I came back before he could figure out a way to kill the dog and hide the body. My house is haunted - it is, really. I swear it. What else explains the table that plays music and the light that comes on by itself? - but it's mine and I love it. Okay, I'm a little strange. But that makes life interesting.

When it comes to writing, I've been doing it for as long as I can remember. It's something I can't not do. Nor, it seems, can I stick with one genre. I have books out that are urban fantasy, romantic suspense, paranormal romance and military science fiction. There never seems to be a dearth of ideas, only a severe lack of time to write them all.

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