Lemorian Crest (Cobbogoth #2)
Date: July 2015
from Goodreads:
After being raised from infancy in
Boston, Mass., Noria (a.k.a Norah Lukens) has no idea what to expect upon
entering New Cobbogoth, where she never would have guessed that paths of light
can make you vanish; doors can lead to realms both near and far; myths and
legends are actual history; a mere kiss can seal two souls as one; and, of
course, a stone is never “just a stone.” Her Uncle Jack’s stories never could
have prepared her for the magical and dangerous place her native realm is
turning out to be.
When the Gihara’s promises begin to crumble, her best friend and soul-mate
Jamus (a.k.a. James Riley) is in more danger than ever. Then when his father
Lylend abandons her to search for an ancient relic called The Lemorian Crest
and she is taken captive by the very people she’s risked everything to save,
Noria begins to lose faith in the Cobbogothian gods and the mission they sent
her home to accomplish.
Only when a series of new friendships and loyalties are forged in the most
peculiar of places, does Noria dare hope again. Hope for Jamus’ safety, for
their future together, and for the survival of the entire Cobbogothian race.
Book 1: Uncovering Cobbogoth was published in 2014 by Cedar Fort Publishing.
First book in the series:
About the Author
Hannah L. Clark
lives with her husband and two children in the Rocky Mountains. She has always
known she would be a storyteller. In 2006 she graduated from Utah Valley
University with a bachelor’s degree in English and immediately began writing
her first novel.
Uncovering Cobbogoth was Clark’s first book in the seven book Cobbogoth series
based on her mythological brain-child, The Legend of the Cobbogothians. It was
released in May 2014 through Cedar Fort Publishing. Book 2 in the series, The
Lemorian Crest will be released in Summer 2015.Clark loves running, mythology, singing while playing the guitar, herbal tea,
escaping into imaginary worlds, and being with her peeps. Like her heroine
Norah, she also kind of believes that trees might have souls, but must clarify
that she has never actually hugged a tree. The closest she has ever come to
that kind of bizarre behavior was the time she hugged the pillars outside Harry
Potter Land. Which, all things considered, is not bizarre at all if you take
into account how exquisitely happy she was to finally be there. 😉

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