$11.99$14.9920
Paperback
  • Buy 10+ and save 30%
  • Buy 20+ and save 40%

Description

Immerse Yourself in the GOLDSTONE WOOD Saga
Winner of the 2011 Christy Award for Debut Novel
Finalist for the 2012 Christy Award for Visionary Novel

The Black Dogs Are on the Hunt, But Who Is Their Prey?

When a cursed dragon-witch kidnaps fairest Lady Gleamdren, the Bard Eanrin sets boldly forth on a rescue mission...and a race against his rival for Gleamdren's favor. Intent upon his quest, the last thing the immortal Faerie needs is to become mixed up with the troubles of an insignificant mortal.

But when he stumbles upon a maiden trapped in an enchanted sleep, he cannot leave her alone in the dangerous Wood Between. One waking kiss later, Eanrin suddenly finds his story entangled with that of young Starflower. A strange link exists between this mortal girl and the dragon-witch. Will Starflower prove the key to Lady Gleamdren's rescue? Or will the dark power from which she flees destroy both her and her rescuer?

"Christian fantasy fans will be particularly enthralled by the Tales of Goldstone Wood." --Publishers Weekly

"Fans of Tolkien and the darker talers of Faerie will be drawn into Stengl's effusive prose and wonderfully scary worlds... a series to stretch your imagination over several long winter nights." - USA Today

Contributors

Anne Elisabeth Stengl, Author

Anne Elisabeth Stengl makes her home in Raleigh, North Carolina, where she lives with her husband, Rohan, a passel of cats, and one long-suffering dog. When she's not writing, she enjoys Shakespeare, opera, and tea, and studies piano, painting, and pastry baking. She studied illustration at Grace College and English literature at Campbell University. She is the author of Heartless, Veiled Rose, Moonblood, and Starflower. Heartless, Veiled Rose, and Dragonwitch have each been honored with a Christy Award. Learn more at anneelisabethstengl.blogspot.com

View more by Anne Elisabeth Stengl

ANNE STENGL, Author

Elizabeth Camden, Author

View more by Elizabeth Camden