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At Arms - A. Rosaria
At Arms
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Five tales of a high-born family and their retainers struggling against the curse of vampirism. The Dark Wanderer – Two knights escort a young woman through a forest infested with wild beasts. Though wild beasts will be the least of their worries. Damnation – Lady Christine D’Ang goes against... show more
Five tales of a high-born family and their retainers struggling against the curse of vampirism.

The Dark Wanderer – Two knights escort a young woman through a forest infested with wild beasts.

Though wild beasts will be the least of their worries.

Damnation – Lady Christine D’Ang goes against her father wishes and leaves the castle in search of a young man she fallen smitten for.

Accosted by a knight she flees and by chance meets an eccentric stranger.

Outcast – Lady Lyna D'Ang lives a sheltered and privileged life at castle Perring along with her siblings. This quickly ends when darkness descends upon the castle.

Ambos Thorne – Ambos Thorne, a renowned warrior, is faced with superstitious beliefs and orders that make little sense to him. He arrives at a cross road where he has to make a choice.

James Farmer – Tired and desperate, James, a farmhand, is chasing a heavily armed group transporting a woman.

Bonus Story: Death’s Given Chance – A man on his way to a funeral battles with his own dark
thoughts about life being worth living.

A chance meeting will change his life forever.


A collection of short stories of 31000 words or approx. 124 print pages altogether, set in the Man-at-Arms and Maiden-at-Arms universe.
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Format: kindle
ASIN: B00FKKAEHE
Edition language: English
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Ali's Magical Reads
Ali's Magical Reads rated it
5.0 At Arms by A. Rosaria
This story is more like 5 stories plus a bonus one that doesn't involve any of the characters from the 5. I thought it was awesome for one, it was different from what I'm use to reading, and it was a pretty good plot line. The stories were all in different views of different people, but what pi...
Witty Little Knitter
Witty Little Knitter rated it
3.0 Review: At Arms
I think one of the reasons I went 'whut?' after finishing this was that this wasn't what I expected from the book after reading the blurb. This book is advertised as a short-story collection but it's not really one. It's one coherent story told by different POV-characters, they're arranged in chrono...
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