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Ilona The Hun, Red Tulips by ErikaMSzabo

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My novel Ilona the Hun, Red Tulips
Ilona is the aunt of Attila the Hun, who is better known as the Scourge of God. Ilona lives in 2010 while Attila was born in 406. It might seem inconceivable, however she gains ancient magical abilities which makes it possible. Ilona is a doctor yet her inheritance and birthright to become a Healer opens up a new world to her. Ilona is a True Hun. Her life turns upside down after her 29th birthday. She gets a glimpse at her destiny and she has to accept it if she wants to save herself and the future of the Huns.
The True Huns are an ancient, secretive and complex society with strict and fiercely enforced rules only revealed to those come of age. Ilona is a rebel: resourceful and determined enough to find and break these rules but inevitably, she has to face the consequences...
She also finds growing magical abilities within her in the strange world of the True Huns and faced with two choices - does she wants to use her gifts for good... or for absolute evil.
In the secret language of flowers Red Tulip is a symbol of devoted love. Ilona is hopelessly in love with her best friend and her secret desire is that one day he will present her with his Red Tulip. He is seemingly oblivious to her feelings, or is he really? Unexpectedly, she will receive two Red Tulips and she has to make her choice, which one is the one and only for her.

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ErikaMSzabo

    

I am a Hungarian born American. I was groomed to be working in the medical field by my parents. I love the art of healing passionately, but alone it never satisfied me fully. I love to paint, my favorite medium is oil. The passion I feel when I'm holding the brush in my hand in front of the canvas, is too much for me to bare at times. Therefore my artistic talent has never been fully nurtured. I felt unfulfilled and bursting inside, until I realized that I can tell stories.
The history of the Huns and Magyars had always fascinated me. They were my ancestors. Our history is full of holes, mysteries and speculations. There are only a few written facts about us, besides our legends. I can't tolerate unexplained things or missing pieces well in a story, therefore I use my fertile imagination to fill the historical voids.

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