Enchanted cranes are poisoning the lilies and only a mysterious young man can help. Escape to a beautiful fairy tale full of love and coming of age in Vanessa Fogg’s The Lilies of Dawn.

Today’s Kindle Daily Deals!

brought to you by:

The Lilies of Dawn

by Vanessa Fogg
4.9 stars – 9 reviews
FREE with Kindle UnlimitedLearn More
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
Here’s the set-up:

There is a lake of marvels. A lake of water lilies that glow with the color of dawn. For generations Kai’s people have harvested these lilies, dependent upon them for the precious medicines they provide.

But now a flock of enchanted cranes has come to steal and poison the harvest. The lilies are dying. Kai’s people are in peril. A mysterious young man from the city thinks he might have a solution. Kai must work with him to solve the mystery of the cranes, and it will take all her courage, love, strength, and wisdom to do what she must to save both the lilies and her people.

The Lilies of Dawn is a lushly written, lyrical fairy tale of love, duty, family, and one young woman’s coming of age.

Amazon Five Star Reviews:

“This story feels like a fantastical fairy tale with Oriental undertones. I’m not sure it is part of any extant mythology, but I could totally see it fitting into a traditional book of fairy tales. It has all the required elements: a village touched by the Goddess, but currently visited by a curse, a young girl trying to find the cure, a handsome young stranger, and a bittersweet ending. Fogg is able to fill her world with gorgeous details without any boring infodumps. You have to pay attention, though, because she packs quite a few details into a few pages. Overall, a delightful story. ”

This story feels like a fantastical fairy tale with Oriental undertones. I’m not sure it is part of any extant mythology, but I could totally see it fitting into a traditional book of fairy tales. It has all the required elements: a village touched by the Goddess, but currently visited by a curse, a young girl trying to find the cure, a handsome young stranger, and a bittersweet ending. Fogg is able to fill her world with gorgeous details without any boring infodumps. You have to pay attention, though, because she packs quite a few details into a few pages. Overall, a delightful story.

Authors and Publishers: How to Sponsor Kindle Nation Daily

Save

Save

Copy link
Powered by Social Snap