When sisters, Princesses Camari and Mila, meet Prince Denir, they soon find he has a special gauntlet. This gauntlet only works if one has faith in a higher power. Using this gauntlet, Denir turns Camari invisible. When he is called off to war, Camari is left in the predicament of being invisible. This story takes Camari through her quest to become visible again and to return the gauntlet. Along the way she meets two wicked characters and must contend with them. She also meets Prince Isryk and must travel through the Wetlands of Fremil with him and encounter all sorts of nasty insects and other dangerous creatures.
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“The kingdoms are realistic enough to make it seem like real places”

Five Star Review on Amazon By Carrie R. Johnson

Guardian of the Gauntlet is a clean, imaginative fantasy novel that is appropriate for all ages. It is full of adventure and excitement. The characters are detailed and personable so that the readers relate to their personalities and experiences. The kingdoms are realistic enough to make it seem like real places. This is a fantastic novel and I highly recommend it to others.

About the Author

Lenita Sheridan was born in Seattle, Washington. She moved to Fairbanks, Alaska when her father got a position as a physics professor at the University of Alaska. Lenita Sheridan was raised in a Christian home and became a Christian, herself, at age eleven. She loved playing in the Alaskan woods and especially enjoyed it after the family moved to the Goldstream Valley outside of Fairbanks. There her parents had built a house on six and a half acres. Playing in these woods helped her develop her imagination. Lenita Sheridan had her poetry published in the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner. When she was in her twenties she moved back to Washington state. During a snowstorm, she began her book Guardian of the Gauntlet. Later she was accepted into graduate school at the University of Washington. Her book, Guardian of the Gauntlet, became her thesis. Upon graduating, she received a Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing. Lenita Sheridan now lives on Whidbey Island, with her Japanese Spitz, Haley, where she is a substitute teacher (as well as a writer). She is active in the Coupeville United Methodist Church where she sings in the choir, does crafts for the church bazaar and teaches crafts to children. The first book, Guardian of the Gauntlet, was a finalist in the Red City Review Book Awards in the category of Young Adult and Children.

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