The Heiress of Coeur d'Alene

Dance of the Crane Part 3

Eldora’s world collapsed the day she was taken. Backed with money and power, she vows to repay all who were involved. It will take patience, planning, and more—she must weigh the cost of justice or lose her destiny.

Legends fuel obsession and an enemy attempts to change the tides of war. Yi Bae and Eldora must discover the price of sacrifice to keep power over others, before they lose all they love once again.

The final book in the Dance of the Crane Series is filled with suspense, longing and martial arts battles.



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Dance of the Crane Series Content Warning (CW): rape, abuse, blood, kidnapping, death, animal death and cruelty.

Series Info -- A retelling of The Count of Monte Cristo

A small group of Watchers once lived near the shore of southern Korea. Through their ability in martial arts, aided by a magic stone, they were invincible.

They came in pairs. The Gadeu, or guard, had supernatural ability in martial arts and eternal life so long as he wore the stone. With him always was Bohoja, his protector, who could shapeshift into an animal. Together, they brought justice to the world around them—so long as they never let personal desires dictate their actions. There’s was a life of service.

Within a decade of the gold rush in California, fortune seekers traveled deeper in the “Golden Mountain” searching for more. What they found instead was a source for the rare stone. Deep in Idaho Territory, the star garnet shines on its own—but only if a Gadeu activates it. Counterfeit shifters have discovered a way to harness the stone. Now, with the power of eternal life and shape-shifting…

one man will use a legend to change the tides of the civil war and the world

one man will discover the price of sacrifice to keep power over others

and a woman will become what she sought to destroy.

Part #1: Stone of Asylum
Part #2: The Reckoner’s Blade
Part #3: Heiress of Coeur d’Alene

“I waited until I had absolutely no other commitments before I read it, because these books are hard to put down, and I didn’t want to have to stop in the middle. I read it in one sitting.”
—Barnes & Noble Review
“A satisfying conclusion that feels right for the characters and story. Bravo.”
—Amazon Review
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