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Baptism of Fire: In Love and War, #3

Baptism of Fire: In Love and War, #3

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Baptism of Fire: In Love and War, #3

41 Seiten
26 Minuten
Mar 28, 2018


Cadet Anjali Patel had hoped for something more exciting than guard duty for her first mission with the legendary Shakyri Expeditionary Corps, the best fighters in the Empire of Worlds.

However, this boring job quickly turns hot, when an enemy convoy comes up the mountain pass Anjali is supposed to guard.

This is a prequel story of 4500 words or approx. 18 print pages to the "In Love and War" series, but may be read as a standalone.

Nominated for the 2018 eFestival of Word Best of the Independent eBooks Award

Mar 28, 2018

Über den Autor

Cora Buhlert was born and bred in North Germany, where she still lives today – after time spent in London, Singapore, Rotterdam and Mississippi. Cora holds an MA degree in English from the University of Bremen and is currently working towards her PhD. Cora has been writing, since she was a teenager, and has published stories, articles and poetry in various international magazines. When she is not writing, she works as a translator and teacher.

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In Love and War

For eighty-eight years, the galaxy has been torn apart by the endless war between the Republic of United Planets and the Empire of Worlds.

Anjali Patel and Mikhail Grikov are soldiers on opposing sides of that war. They meet, fall in love and decide to go on the run together.

Pursued by both the Empire and the Republic, they struggle to stay alive and free and prove that their love is stronger than the war…

Baptism of Fire

Effortlessly, Cadet Anjali Patel crawled up a mountain ridge on the Republican border world of Mura. The heavy equipment cases she was lugging barely slowed her down at all.

After all, she was a daughter of Rajipuri, born and raised in the highlands of Gurung. She’d scaled higher mountains and steeper paths by the age of ten.

Anjali was seventeen now, still not particularly tall, with brown skin and glossy black hair that she wore tied back into a braid. Anjali had joined the Imperial military almost two years ago to the day. Two years of hardship and gruelling training that had brought her to where she was today, a cadet in the Imperial Shakyri Expeditionary Corps, the Empire’s cadre of elite warriors, best of the best, sworn personally to the service of the Emperor himself.

The day, when Anjali had dropped to her knees in front of his Imperial Majesty, Emperor Francis II, to take her oath together with the rest of the new Shakyri recruits, dedicating her life to serve and protect the Empire and its people, had been the proudest moment of her life. Especially since she could have sworn that as she looked up, the Emperor personally smiled down on her and her alone.

And now, not quite two months later, she was on her first real mission as a Shaykri warrior, her first real mission in enemy territory. She was as far from her homeworld of Rajipuri as she’d ever been, further even than the two jump flight to Gloriosa, capital world of the Empire, where she’d taken her oath. And all that was required of her was climbing up a mountain ridge, something she could have done at home at

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