Publication Date: Septrmber 2012
art by Mina Carter
Imagine living with hundreds of people in a large fortress, but you are practically invisible. This is the life of Gaenor, an outcast fey child rejected by her mother and abandoned by her father. After her twin sister, Gwenevere, marries King Arthur, Gaenor journeys to Annwn and is now the center of attention for the first time in her life. For everyone but Gaenor believes she is part of a long awaited fey legend.
Merlyn sends Lancelot after Gaenor fearing that she is in danger. But Gaenor is not like the other damsels Lancelot's known. They were merely a means to an end; damsels rescued at Merlyn's behest in order to uncover the mysteries of his own lost past. However, Gaenor possesses courage and determination, compelling Lancelot to break his rule about avoiding romantic complications.
Once in Annwn, the pair must unite to prevent an evil Sluagh sorcerer from stealing the enchanted Thirteen Treasures of Annwn.
"This story left me feeling really good after I finished, as though all the wrongs had been made right. I would definitely recommend this book to anyone who enjoys stories about knights, fey and a good old fantasy novel."