Songs of the Seasons, Song Two: White Flag [NOOK Book]

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From the author of War of the Seasons, Book One: The Human

A light knock sounded at the door. Anxiety and anticipation tore through Eilath. Ever since arriving at the queen’s island, the elf had been both dreading and hoping for this moment. When his eyes had first met hers across the marble hallway, so much had been communicated between the two of them. Yellow fear and ...
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Songs of the Seasons, Song Two: White Flag

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Overview

From the author of War of the Seasons, Book One: The Human

A light knock sounded at the door. Anxiety and anticipation tore through Eilath. Ever since arriving at the queen’s island, the elf had been both dreading and hoping for this moment. When his eyes had first met hers across the marble hallway, so much had been communicated between the two of them. Yellow fear and orange shock on the queen’s part and, surprisingly enough, a swirl of hope.

What must she think of me? Coming back here to her island instead of his own family’s, especially after all this time away.

He rested his hand on the highly polished brass doorknob—a luxury in their metal deprived world—and took a deep breath.

He opened the door, and there she stood, nearly as tall as he, but vastly more elegant and beautiful. He knew in that moment that she still firmly possessed his heart.

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Two lovers separated for a hundred years by their own selfish behavior. After all this time, can the queen and the minstrel make amends and reunite, or will their elvish pride keep them apart forever?
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014376211
  • Publisher: Silence in the Library
  • Publication date: 5/24/2012
  • Series: Songs of the Seasons , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,179,906
  • File size: 199 KB

Meet the Author

Janine K. Spendlove is a KC-130 pilot in the United States Marine Corps. Prior to that she graduated from Brigham Young University in 1999 with a BA in History Teaching. An avid runner, she also enjoys knitting, playing Beatles tunes on her guitar, and spending time with her family. She currently resides with her husband and daughter in Washington, D.C. Her first novel, War of the Seasons, Book One: The Human, was published in June 2011, and she’s also had several short stories published in various anthologies. She is currently at work on her next novel. Find out more at www.waroftheseasons.com.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 10, 2012

    Fantastic read!

    This short story and the accompanying novel "the human" are amazing! Looking forward to more from Janine Spendlove

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