Rose Greenleaf dreams of becoming a bard and making her mark on the world. Her mother, Gerta, sees her daughter as a hopeless spinster at seventeen with abysmal cooking and sewing skills. With devious machinations worthy of the devil himself, her mother betroths Rose to her husband’s new partner.
Just to escape the coming nuptials and prove her own musical worth, Rose’s headlong flight runs her into the hands of slavers, a master spy, a dispossessed prince, a soul-sucking changeling, and into the middle of an insidious plot to take over a kingdom – a much more preferable choice of perils.
This author really understands my fear of baking and the desire to be anywhere but near a stove – Rose Greenleaf
The hidden depths of this epistle shows that the author is royalty by nature, born to the ways of intrigue and espionage as well as elegance – Prince Culain Ironheart
This is a historical saga of the dwarven spirit for all the ages. It shows how a true heart can overcome any obstacle. I wasn’t saying anything, dear – Father Jack Greenleaf
I’d have succeeded if it weren’t for those meddling dwarves – Crimson