When Lizzie’s most trusted companion can’t be there, who will she turn to for help?
Lord Kenan stepped toward me, then paused. “I’ll give you a head start.”
I backed away, barely able to hear over the pounding in my ears. Instead of the intense anger I expected to feel—I was sure that would come later—only fear flooded my system. Spine-numbing, heart-stopping fear.
With a wounded body and determined spirit, Lizzie escapes from Lord Kenan, expecting him to give chase immediately. But even though the spells that bind him to his graveyard are weakening, they still hold him in place, buying her time to start gathering an army before he can break free. With supernatural attacks happening regularly, though, on top of her usual Fire Impeder duties, Lizzie has her hands full.
She expects (and hopes for) assistance from Abel, but her efforts to reach him are fruitless. And when the mountains start going up in flames, Lizzie is forced to turn to unlikely allies, including her elderly neighbors and Eleanora, the previous Fire Impeder.
Will Lizzie and her misfit band of companions find a way to stop the flames and the supernatural attacks? Grab your copy of Crimson Hollow right now to find out!
About the Author
Andrea, a Brigham Young University graduate, is an avid reader and outdoor enthusiast (hiking, fishing, boating, biking, spending time in the Rocky Mountains, and taking walks). She spent a year and a half serving the Spanish speaking community in Toronto, Canada, and is fluent in 2 ½ languages. She plays several instruments, not including the banjo, and loves putting together musical arrangements. Her favorite sports are basketball and football, though several knee surgeries and incurably awful coordination prevent her from playing them. Andrea is always in the mood for a good movie with close friends and family (especially her husband and mom), with a large glass of milk and a bowl of overly buttered popcorn nearby. She also enjoys oil painting, making earrings, squeezing every bit of oxygen out of Ziploc bags, and she hopes to someday travel to Italy and Alaska. Andrea has published three books.