Waiting on Wednesday: CAST IN FIRELIGHT by Dana Swift

Cast in Firelight

The first book in an epic, heart-pounding fantasy duology about two royal heirs betrothed to be married, but whose loyalties are torn, and a ruthless enemy who threatens their world, perfect for fans of Sabaa Tahir, Hafsah Faizal, and Renée Ahdieh.

Adraa is the royal heir of Belwar, a talented witch on the cusp of taking her royal ceremony test, and a girl who just wants to prove her worth to her people.

Jatin is the royal heir to Naupure, a competitive wizard who's mastered all nine colors of magic, and a boy anxious to return home for the first time since he was a child.

Together, their arranged marriage will unite two of Wickery's most powerful kingdoms. But after years of rivalry from afar, Adraa and Jatin only agree on one thing: their reunion will be anything but sweet.

Only, destiny has other plans and with the criminal underbelly of Belwar suddenly making a move for control, their paths cross...and neither realizes who the other is, adopting separate secret identities instead.

Between dodging deathly spells and keeping their true selves hidden, the pair must learn to put their trust in the other if either is to uncover the real threat. Now Wickery's fate is in the hands of rivals..? Fiancées..? Partners..? Whatever they are, it's complicated and bound for greatness or destruction.

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My name is Dana Swift and I am a young adult fantasy author.

I started making up fantasy worlds when I was eleven years old and haven’t stopped since. I graduated from the University of Texas at Austin, where I earned degrees in English and Advertising. While in college, I competed as a saber fencer and learned a thing or two about fighting, parrying and how it feels to fall in love with your sparring partner. If you don’t find me devouring a good novel, I’m most likely reading and critiquing at a local writing workshop.

I’ve been reading all my life. Even when I didn’t know how, I pretended I could. I guess I realized early on the power of words and magic of falling into the world of imagination.

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