Raven of the West

Raven of the West

by F.T. McKinstry

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Overview

Previously published as Water Dark by F.T. McKinstry.

In the western-most crumbling halls of a mountain citadel lives a lonely wizard named Urien, a master of his art and a fledgling priest of a primordial goddess of transformation. Though his training is extensive, no training could prepare him for a broken heart. For years he has lived on the fringe after having loved and lost a powerful male wizard on the verge of ascension. But such wounds do not hide well. When he delves into the darker powers at the bidding of a shady priestess, Urien's heart reveals itself as a grim warning from the goddess herself, in the shape of a wolf.

In the wake of this unsettling experience, Urien discovers that his most gifted apprentice, a beautiful, wild-tempered woman—and the partner of his erstwhile lover—is in grave danger. A series of swift-moving mishaps including a second warning and a badly backfired protection spell lands Urien into a love triangle that exposes not only his deepest desires but also the black machinations of the priestess who deceived him. When she wields her full power against him, he must reconcile his heart in order to save his lovers—and himself—from isolation and death.


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Product Details

BN ID: 2940162166924
Publisher: F.T. McKinstry
Publication date: 04/23/2021
Series: Chronicles of Ealiron
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 652 KB

About the Author

F.T. McKinstry grew up studying music and reading books. An old-school fantasy geek, she has a background in computer electronics and software development, and wrote and illustrated technical documentation for many years, during which time she created fantasy worlds. She is inspired by plant and animal lore, Northern European legend and mythology, fairy tales, mythical creatures, music, medieval warfare and shamanism. She also enjoys oil painting, gardening, forests, cats and aquariums.

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