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Misty Baker will sign books Oct. 18, 2011, at AC Public Library

Author and husband, Bryan Baker, grew up in Adair Co., KY

A former Adair County resident will be signing books at the Adair County PublicLibrary, 307 Greensburg ST, Columbia, KY, at 4:30pmCT, Tuesday, October 18, 2011. Misty Baker will be reading from her first fantasyromance novel, A Ranger's Tale, written under her pen name, MystiParker, at the library's monthly book club meeting.

Misty and her husband Bryan grew up in Adair County. The high-schoolsweethearts now reside in Buckner, KY with their three children.


Synopis:
Once upon a time an elven noblewoman longed to leave her gilded cage. A half-breed former pirate wanted nothing more than to escape his guilty past. Easier said than done.

In the fantasy world of Tallenmere, the high elf, Caliphany Aranea, nearly a century old, has never been allowed to travel farther than a few miles out of the capital city of Leogard. Her father, Sirius, leads the Mage Academy, and after losing his only son, he expects Caliphany to take his place one day. The trouble is, she doesn't want to study magic and doubts she'll ever be as good a wizard as her father. She dreams of leaving Leogard to explore the world and strike out on her own--lofty goals for Sirius' daughter, who also happens to be King Leopold's niece.

When two brutes at Leogard Harbor attempt to kidnap her while she dreams of faraway lands, half-elf ship captain and ranger, Galadin Trudeaux, comes to her rescue. From their first chance encounter, to the finale, where Caliphany must decide where her heart truly lies, she and Galadin will face more adventure, more love, more heartache, than they ever thought possible. Through it all, they discover the power of forgiveness and of a love that stands the test of time.
A Ranger's Tale, has been a top-rated book on Amazon.com, with 21 reviews at the time of this post.

Signed copies will also be available for purchase at the signing October 18, 2011.


This story was posted on 2011-09-23 06:07:45
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