The Sword and the Kestrel

sword_500Can a Renn-Faire falconer break an ancient family curse and make peace with the Lord of Forests?

What readers are saying:
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“After reading other short stories by this author, I was expecting a well-written tale with strong characters and I was not disappointed! Shawna Reppert writes with a lyrical voice, bringing her characters to vibrant life and offering up worthy life lessons without preaching. I definitely look forward to reading more of her work!”

“A quick, interesting read. I have abandoned many books because I didn’t care about the characters, but I cared about Guy and his quest right away. It has a good, plausible, ending (for a fantasy story), and I’d love to hear about what happens afterwards. I look forward to reading the other books by this author.”

“I’ve been looking for a short read that encapsulated a bit of fantasy with reality for a long time and found it in Shawna’s wonderful tale. She has created a believable world with wonderful characters that weave though uncertainty and doubt, arriving at a satisfying ending that was truly heartwarming and unexpected. A good read for me that I would highly recommend to others.”

“This story was thoroughly enjoyable. Quite a pleasant read from beginning to end. Excellent imagery and I felt immersed in the environment she created even in such a brief story. Looking forward to more from this author.”

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