The modern-day world has just collided with a forgotten, ancient realm. Elaine Castle, a wildlife biologist, finds that the mythical creatures of her childhood, such as elves, goblins, and orcs, not only exist, but are locked in an age-old war. Elaine discovers her own dormant magical abilities as she learns about this new world she must live in.
If left untrained, her magical abilities would threaten to destroy her and everyone she loves. Only the elves can train her and she faces her own inner struggle as her companions begin to reveal who they really are. To make matters worse, she and her companions find themselves taking sides in the war.
In a world filled with dangers like banshee, dragons, and a centuries-old war, The Autumn of the Whitewood follows Elaine and her friends on their journey to Connemaigh, an old elven stronghold, in the hopes of training her. The Autumn of the Whitewood is a fantasy with a dash of romance and magical, as well as mythical creatures. It is the first book in The Chronicles of the Starborn.
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“An excellent read for the genre. Takes a new idea and puts an exceptionally intriguing twist on some old mythical beings. Loved the convergence of the world we know with a world that so many dream of, and the very real spin that the main character brings. If you like fantasy writers like Mercedes Lackey or James Mallory, you’ll like this new author. I’ve a feeling she’ll be one of the greats.” — Amazon Reviewer, Marian Sellen
“It is an amazing story. The author put a lot of research to make the storyline as authentic as possible. I have read many books of this type and genre and this is now among my top favorites. The book is very well written and has just the right amount of things to keep you interested. Once I started reading, I could not put it down. An excellent book, I highly recommend this to anyone who likes these types of storylines. I am looking forward to the next book and any others that are released.” — Amazon Reviewer, Michael D. Mitchell