Nettle Blackthorn and the Three Wicked Sisters: Part One

Nettle Blackthorn and the Three Wicked Sisters: Part One

by Winter Woodlark


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Nettle Blackthorn and the Three Wicked Sisters: Part One by Winter Woodlark

There is something peculiar about Nettle Blackthorn but she doesn't know it yet...

Blackthorn Cottage dwells within the dark and sinister forest of the Forgotten Wilds; a forest inhabited by fanciful folk, kept hidden from the rest of the world. When Nettle's family return to the cottage her father makes the children promise to never, ever enter the forest, but Nettle's not the type of girl to heed those types of warnings.

Quite soon, Nettle embarks on a grand adventure that leads her to Olde Town, a strange village set at the top of a very odd hill. When she meets Claudine Balfrey, she knows she'll be the perfect new wife for her father. Claudine and her sisters own the Three Wicked Sisters' Tea House where a black cat sleeps by a cauldron, visitors gather to eat strange delectables and children nibble on faerie candy.

But is Olde Town all it appears to be? And just who are the Balfrey sisters? Soon enough Nettle finds herself embroiled in a mystery that began several centuries ago with the Accursed Lysette.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781518781360
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 03/01/2015
Pages: 428
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.95(d)

About the Author

Winter Woodlark grew up beside the sea and her very own wild woods which was the perfect place to spend her childhood.

She always had her head in a book and one day Winter set up an old Imperial typewriter at the back of her parents' store and when she wasn't working she wrote stories of trolls, goblins and witches.

She and her partner live in a small seaside community with their two boys, Tee Tee the dog, a resident wild rabbit and a couple of chickens that refuse to believe they don't live in the house.

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