Guest Author – Jess Allison

I’d like to introduce the author Jess Allison. Reviewers write of The Road to Cordia “Not only did I fall in love with the characters, but I was impressed at their realism.” and “If you love fantasy or even if you are new to the genre like me, this book will open your eyes to another world. Love it. I am waiting for the sequel.”

THE ROAD TO CORDIA by Jess Allison

In the country of Cancordia, on the planet D’Az, set on the edge of the sea, is an isolated Fisherfolk village. In this village people are dying who could have been saved. Ja’Nil (very much against her will) is sent to the Royal Court in the city of Cordia to find a healer. Here is a brief summary.

At one time the country of Cancordia was known for its safety, but now you take your life in your hands when they travel the roads. There are slavers, tricksters, dragons, and werewolves, powerful warlords, and ladies with mysterious and terrible gifts.

One of the people Ja’Nil meets along the way is a handsome young man named Ee’Rick. They decide to travel together. Only much later does she discover Ee’Rick’s secret.

At the Palace, the Queen is having troubles of her own. Before Ja’Nil and Ee’Rick reach the city, traitors put their plan into action. Suddenly the two travelers find themselves caught up in the middle of a deadly political coup.

Instead of finally being safe, the most dangerous part of their adventure has just begun. But Ja’Nil is developing a little magic of her own, and Ee’Rick is an incredibly efficient warrior. Even so, Ja’Nil’s journey to Cordia is turning into an experience she may not survive.

The Road To Cordia is the first in a series of Cancordian Fantasy Adventures.


About jeanetteraleigh

Jeanette Raleigh is an artist and author who has spent most of her life at some creative pursuit. Whether painting a castle or writing a novel, Jeanette enjoys the playful aspects of creation and strives to make worlds where others feel at home. You can find her works of art and information about her fiction at
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