Whether her mother left because of something Wren did. . . or didn't do. . .no longer matters.
The king blames his daughter for the mysterious disappearance of his wife and favors conquests that require his person far and away from his daughter. Little does he know, things are about to change; the princess has matured.
There is a dragon to slay.
Young Wren rattles around in the castle only until an appointed day when the princess finds some muscle and companions...but she must face the dragon herself.
No longer a lost bird, Wren leaves.
In the new kingdom, spirited fans flatter and fawn over her, bringing her gifts, but are they attracted to her skill or to her need?
There also arises a problem of treachery. Her greatest strength leads her into nightmarish bondage. She is confronted with a task so impossible, she will need something far beyond her own strength to carry her through. Will she be able to win her quest for freedom or be forever indebted?
"The story is emotionally gripping and pulls the reader along from Wren at puberty to full womanhood. This plot of INDEBTED lies among the best stories that grab our emotions and don't let go." - BOOKS FOR BONDING HEARTS
This title is purchased by avid readers of The Wingfeather Saga, The Odyssey, Pendragon, A Boy and His Horse, the Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, Hunger Games, and Divergent. Charmayne Hafen's debut style is similar to: Veronica Roth, Suzanne Collins, J.R.R. Tolkien, Stephen R. Lawhead, and George MacDonald
As a young adult/new adult myth INDEBTED is fringed with scary angels and ghosts as Wren finds herself finding her own authority. Her spirit must negotiate the maze of sorcery, magic, and a peasant-eating dragon before the adventure leads her to light and love.
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.69(d)|
|Age Range:||13 - 18 Years|