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Adventures continue for Cullen and his band of misfits in this 3rd installment of the Rowan of the Wood fantasy series. Still possessed by the wizard Rowan, Cullen settles into his new home with his fire elemental sister, Aidan, and their fey uncle, Moody Marlin. But all is not well. A series of fires raging through the redwoods puts Aidan in the hot seat, as the group looks to her for an answer.

Published: Blue Moose Press on
ISBN: 9780981994994
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