He seeks the changeling who replaced Sachi as a baby in the human world. If he can bring it secretly back to Faerie, he can put it in Sachi's place and take her home unharmed. It seemed a simple enough plan until Sachi's human mother, Leisa, discovered him digging up her daughter's grave. Now he must take not only the changeling but Leisa to Faerie, as she refuses to let him leave without her. Alasdair warns Leisa of the dangers of Faerie and begs her to stay in the human world with her ward, Sybil. But Leisa lost her child once. She will not chance losing her again.
Leaving Sybil with a good friend, Leisa and Alasdair set off to Faerie. Complications arise when they arrive the day of Princess Edeline's wedding and discover that Queen Tazia has sent Sachi to the trolls ahead of schedule. Though disheartened, Alasdair will not let Leisa lose hope. If they can cross the river of tears without the white dragon spotting them, pass the sprite wood and its dangers, and traverse the mountain ledge past the white dragon's and red dragon's lairs, they may yet be able to steal little Sachi back from the trolls before the full moon, when the actual tithe will take place. Staying under the dragons' radar will be the hardest part.
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About the Author
An eclectic writer, Linda writes in the genres of medieval historical, time travel paranormal, contemporary, and fantasy, all with romantic subplots that exhibits her love of fairytales and happily ever afters. Her medieval historical, Draegon's Lair, won an Epic Award for best historical romance. Other published novels include KnightStalker and Dream of the Archer. Her poems and photos have been featured in literary magazines and her sole foray into horror, "The Hunger" has been both podcasted and published in the anthology The Wickeds.
When not serving the writing muse, Linda immerses herself in illustration and graphics, doing photography, virtual world content creation, and book cover design. Her favorite childhood fairytale? Beauty and the Beast.
Visit Linda at www.lindaciletti.net