"Two fine fantasies in one book"

"Heart of the Raven" by J. C. Wilder

Dani would do anything to get away from her father and uncle who treat her like a lowly slave instead of a beloved daughter or niece. When two men come into the traveler's camp, all the men begin playing games of chance and Dani's father loses everything. He settles his debt by giving Dani to Haakan, the overseer of the city of Wryven. Haaken believes she is the chosen one who can lift the curse that keeps him a raven by day and a man by night yet he fails to understand that only love can break a curse as powerful as this.

J.C. Wilder has written a beautiful fairy tale starring an innocent maiden who has the power to remove the curse of the man she loves if he will give in to his heart's desire. This magical tale will enchant the reader who loved fairy tales as a child. This is a sizzling romance by a writer who knows how to create a well-plotted story.

"Fly with a Dragon" by Rosemary Laurey

Myfanwy is left to be eaten by the Dragon of Cader Bala but instead of him accepting a virgin sacrifice Arragh frees her from her bonds and heals the wounds the villagers tried to inflict on them. He takes her far away to the mythical place of Cader Ambis, home to the world's dragons, where he intends to make her his mate. That puzzles Myfanwy for how can a dragon and a human mate?

Rosemary Laurey has a refreshing and unique voice that makes her a gifted storyteller like the bards of old. This is a morality tale that teaches as it entertains. Readers who like something different will want to read Ms. Laurey's latest and most intriguing work.

Reviewed by Harriet Klausner

Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted September 5, 2002


“Heart of the Raven” by J.C. Wilder

Sold into slavery to an Overseer of the Realm, Dani is determined to win her freedom and make sure her heart is possessed by no man.

For Haaken, time is running out. A family curse already condemns him to the form of the Raven and when he can find the one woman meant for him, only then will he be free.

Too bad for both of them that this woman is determined to belong to no one…

“Fly With A Dragon” by Rosemary Laurey

A virgin sacrifice, a not-so ravening dragon and a happy ever after.

Selected as the virgin sacrifice to the ravening dragon, Myfanwy awaits as Arragh, the fiery Dragon of Calder Bala, approaches across the sacred grove.

But Arragh comes not to destroy. Instead he carries Myfanwy off to his domain in the far mountains, and a fate far, far better than death.

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Paradox I
by J. C. Wilder, Rosemary Laurey

Samhain Publishing
September 1, 2006
ISBN #1599982234
EAN #9781599982236
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Other Books by
J. C. Wilder

Winter's Daughter
Stone Hearts
Deep Waters
The Power of Love
In the Gloaming
Winter's Daughter
Thief of Hearts
Paradox II
Paradox III
Sins Of The Flesh
Tempt not the Cat
One With the Hunger
In Moonlight
Ellora's Cavemen: Tales from the Temple II
The Shadow Dweller Series Volume III
The Shadow Dweller Series Volume II
The Shadow Dweller Series Volume I

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