Parsley: "To the Devil and Back": In this lesbian retelling of "Rapunzel", Jumana, daughter to Ruya the wise woman, is magically locked in the attic. Her only hope now is her friend Nilam...
Sage: "The Wisdom to Know the Difference": Ms. Sophie lives in the house on the corner. If this were a few hundred years ago, everyone would be calling her a witch. Everyone would be right.
Rosemary: "Pray You, Love, Remember": The mortal girl Rosemary was stolen in infancy by the fae. While she loves Underhill, Overhill fascinates her. Can she ever learn to balance her two worlds?
Thyme: "Born to Set It Right": Hina is a Damsel in a different kind of distress: her Hero might as well be a Villain. Can her carefully hidden magic save both her Companion and their Quest?
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About the Author
Elizabeth is currently working on a collection of short fantasy pieces entitled "Child's Play", based on English and Scottish ballads and tales from the late nineteenth century. Anne's published works include the historical fantasy novel "A Widow in Waiting" and the semi-traditional fantasy novel "Homecoming".