When impish college freshman Lily Kingman finds a secret gateway to the fairy world, her seemingly unremarkable life changes virtually overnight. In less than a week, she encounters life-threatening dangers and magical beings, discovers a family secret, and learns she is prisoner to a spell. Oh, one more thing. The fairy king commands her to lead a group of elves and fairies back to her world to bring back his missing daughter. Burdened with the knowledge that could endanger the fairy world and faced with a painful choice, Lily must accept the truth of who she is and embrace her new diplomatic role or face heartbreaking consequences.
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A Bridge in the Forest was an enjoyable read. The writer takes you to a magical place filled with adventure and excitement. The book plays in your imagination like a vivid movie! The characters are fun and interesting and the writing is delightful. Can't wait for the next book!
I usually read non-fiction (history, psychology, nutrition, etc). My son-in-law just gifted this book to me, knowing how much I enjoy mythology and Celtic history. From page one, this book captivated me. The story is a combination of romance, adventure, and modern day fairy tale. I couldn't put it down. Though Lily, Dreamer, the twins, and the people of FeyTerrah are fictional, they felt real. The writer manages to take into her world and keep you there, wondering what will happen next. A great book for young adults and those young at heart, like this 70something reader. Carol in TX