Spring Maiden [NOOK Book]

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Fleeing an arranged marriage, Elana Fallwater trespasses into a ring of toadstools and is spellbound. She becomes the Spring Maiden, eternally roaming the budding woods in a trance. Warren Cutter, an expert huntsman, has been tracking her for years and has stumbled into her clearing. Will he shoot an arrow through her heart, or will she enchant him in her glade?
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Spring Maiden

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Overview

Fleeing an arranged marriage, Elana Fallwater trespasses into a ring of toadstools and is spellbound. She becomes the Spring Maiden, eternally roaming the budding woods in a trance. Warren Cutter, an expert huntsman, has been tracking her for years and has stumbled into her clearing. Will he shoot an arrow through her heart, or will she enchant him in her glade?
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781452494609
  • Publisher: Gypsy Shadow Publishing
  • Publication date: 8/15/2009
  • Series: The Seasons of Fantasy , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 21
  • Sales rank: 1,243,202
  • Age range: 13 years
  • File size: 50 KB

Meet the Author

Aubrie Dionne is an author, flutist, and teacher in the New England Region. Her young adult fantasy novel, Dreams of Beauty, is published by SynergEbooks. Her work will be showcased in the fall issues of Nitebladeand Silverblade magazines, Wyvern Publications Dragontales Anthology, and Nightbird Publishing's Night Bird Singing in the Dead of NightAnthology. Her science fiction space opera, Nebula's Music, was recently contracted by Lyrical Press and is coming out in 2010. Her short story collections are published by Gypsy Shadow Publishing.  Her pirate story will be published in Bedazzeld Ink's Skulls and Crossbones anthology in January, 2010 and her short story, Song of the Bard, will be featured in Mindflightsezine in 2010. She currently teaches flute at Plymouth State University and a local community music school.
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  • Posted May 27, 2010

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    A beautiful lunch-time romance

    Spring Maiden is another short book in Aubrie Dionne's Seasons of Fantasy series. The story opens with Elena enchanted in the whimsical land of spring. The lyrical writing enchants the reader too with sights, sounds and scents.

    With scenes reminiscent of childhood fairy tales, young Elena has fled an arranged marriage to the wintry Barrow. But years have passed in the outside world while Elena has peacefully enjoyed her glade's enchantment. Now a hunter is searching the woods.

    Those breathless moments between magic and reality - those changing images from true to enchanted and back - Aubrie Dionne describes it all beautifully, leaving the reader as captivated as her characters.

    As Elena and Warren finally meet and converse, they learn that they're each somehow seeking meaning and growth. Neither timelessness of eternal spring, nor timeworn habits of the hunt can provide what they need. But the author brings the tale to a magical and very satisfying close.

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