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About the Author: Jennifer Dunne

Jennifer Dunne wrote her first “book” at the age of four, telling the story of a lost little girl and the helpful elephant who leads her home. She was all set for a career in the literary arts, to begin in that far off misty future after kindergarten — then she discovered a book about “the new math” on the coffee table, and fell in love with numbers instead. After getting a degree in math followed by a masters degree in artificial intelligence, she joined IBM and devoted herself to doing neat things with computers, all the time continuing to write stories as a way of balancing so much logical brain activity.

She is the author of over a dozen novels and novellas spanning the genres of fantasy, science fiction, and romance. (She’s either a unique individual who is difficult to categorize, or easily bored – you decide.) Beyond that, there’s no point describing her hobbies or activities, since they’ll have changed by the time you read this. (Score one for “easily bored”.) She recently relocated to Colorado, to play the lead role in her very own love story, thankfully with fewer explosions, occult happenings, and dire situations than in her fiction. Although, there was that one time...

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Paperback, Published in Jan 2006 by Ellora's Cave

ISBN10: 1419954814 | ISBN13: 9781419954818

Page count: 176

Book One of the World Gates series Angie Blanchard never felt that she fit in, preferring instead to lose herself in books and dreaming of the pageantry and passion of Camelot. But when she is magically transported to the kingdom of Nord D'Rae, instead of enjoying an idyllic world of knights and ladies, she finds herself a pawn in a deadly game of court politics. Escaping from the wizard who planned to sacrifice her for his rituals, Angie is forced to take refuge with the enigmatic Prince Reynart. But Reynart's own existence is precarious - despised by the courtiers for his bastard birth, he struggles to prove himself a loyal son to his tyrannical father. His task is made all the harder by the Queen who is determined that her son, Reynart's half-brother, should be the one to inherit their father's throne. Reynart has learned the folly of trusting anyone, and Angie is no exception. Convinced she is part of some nefarious plot, he offers her refuge in his private chambers so he can learn her secrets at his leisure. Won over by her innocent trust, he finds it increasingly difficult to keep up his guard. Slowly, distrust turns to understanding, and eventually to love.

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