You're never too old to make a bad decision.
After twenty winters on the road, Tanyth Fairport makes one last pilgrimage in her quest to learn all she can about the herbs and medicinal plants of Korlay before settling down to write her magnum opus. Her journey is interrupted when she decides to help a small village and learns that much of what she knows of the world may not be quite as it seems.
Nathan Lowell blends wiccan tradition and shamanistic lore into a fantasy quest for a new - if unlikely - heroine. She learns that the familiar sometimes hides the fantastic and that, even when you think you’ve made your decisions, life doesn’t always agree.
A small hamlet in a wide spot in the road holds an interesting mystery for Tanyth and she's drawn in to help the struggling villagers. (Chap 1,2 )
Tanyth earns more about the village and finds a cozy cottage. (Chap 3,4 )
Tanyth explores Mother Alderton's legacy and gets an unexpected invitation. (Chap 5 )
A dream convinces Tanyth to accept the invitation, but within a day she already has second thoughts. (Chap 6, 7)
As Tanyth settles in and learns her way around the village, riders threaten the peace of the little hamlet. (Chap 8,9)
Tanyth defends the village and has an unsettling dream. The village
gets a name and the villagers plan for winter construction. (Chap
I listened to this many years ago and was excited to find again. What a gem. Well written and read.
Would love a sequel or prequel!
Refreshing is a great description
These stories are well written and entertaining. Thanks