Summary

Welcome to the candidacy. Where dreams go to die.
Twenty-year-old Ryiah is a black mage of combat, but she is not the Black Mage. Yet. She's had her eyes on the legendary robe for as long as she can remember, and in just one year she will have a chance at her country's prestigious - and only - tourney for mages. Too bad she is going up against a certain non-heir. The one person she has yet to beat.
Meanwhile Ry has a year to prove herself in her new role as a war mage and the prince's betrothed. Neither is quite what she expected and complications arise on both fronts. War is on the horizon, and with so many enemies the kingdom's fate is more than ever at risk.
The candidacy finally arrives, but it's only the beginning. Nothing can prepare her for what comes next.
©2015 Clean Reads (P)2016 Clean Reads
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4 out of 5 stars
By Kindle Customer on 06-05-17

Great story, but...

Really hope someone else narrates the next book. Listened to the 1st and 2nd books and I'm still enjoying the story with the 3rd but it was hard to get through it with the narrator's monotone. I actually ended up reading the book and giving up on the audio.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer on 26-09-17

God this narrator was terrible

Amazing story, terrible narrator. I couldn't even tell if someone was talking or if it was the main characters inner dialogue, her voice was just so monotone. I would have loved if Melissa Moran narrated this one too. Amazing story, Rachel E Carter really knows how to rip my heart to pieces!!

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