An ancient bloodline. A mystifying valley fashioned from magic. A false queen sits the throne, and Rosaleen Forlain must find the woman destined to rule in her place. She is forced to leave everything she knows and race against a sinister plot Queen Asta is contriving with the enemy kingdom of Enrith. Ruthless assassins dog her every step while the fate of her country rests in her burdened hands.
Magic has been lost to those inhabiting the Three Lands for hundreds of years. Now, a forgotten place called the Hollow is found within the realm of Ciyula, and it is in need of a successor. The Hollow has chosen Rosaleen Forlain to become its new Keeper. There is just one catch.
She must usurp the tyrannical Queen Asta in favor of crowning a mysterious young woman possessing an ancient bloodline long thought lost to the world. In addition to her burdens, Rosaleen must find this woman before Asta has a chance to join forces with the enemy in order to wage war against a kingdom that has long been Ciyula’s ally. Rosaleen must betray her country and her House, forsaking everything for the Hollow and her new destiny. She must do this quest as a fugitive, avoiding forces sent to capture her by the queen and her own father.
Can she find the girl and stop the impending war before it is too late?
Targeted Age Group: 20-65+
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I have graduated twice from two separate colleges. I have a degree in general science and another in animal science. I have studied and continue to study horses, since my life has revolved around them for a long time. I have even incorporated them into my writing, using words to bring fictional animals to life.
But writing is second nature to me. I cannot exist without it. It has been a constant part of my life too, ever since the fourth grade, when I wrote my first short story for a school project. Now I continue, and have one published work with many more to follow.
The greatest joy of writing is actually getting all of the ideas rattling around in my mind out and into the world to share with others. If a particular scene makes me laugh or cry, then I like to imagine how others may be sharing those same emotions. I want to use my writing to elicit feelings and a sense of freedom for those who need books to get away from the demands that modern days have put on us in order to live.