It is close to the winter solstice when Maeve Lewin’s simple trip to Scotland to re-unite with her mother throws her headlong into a dangerous world. A prophecy written centuries before seems to describe her as ‘the one’, and despite Maeve’s insistence that this couldn’t possibly be true her mother and grandmother both agree that it is.
What Maeve doesn’t know is that her boyfriend, Harold, is part of her destiny, mentioned in the ancient text as ‘the one of noble birth who will stand by her side.” But Harold’s only plan is to join Maeve in Scotland for the New Year before the two of them fly home to the States.
The night of the winter solstice brings Maeve face to face with a terrifying reality, but it’s Harold’s arrival that forces her to come to terms with the truth. He seems to have lived in this parallel world before and his part in future events has been sealed as surely as hers.
With dark forces hunting her relentlessly and confronted with a fate she didn’t choose, Maeve must come to terms with her future and somehow find the strength to fulfill the perilous task set before her.
“Powerful and engrossing”
Five Star Review on Amazon By Meredith Dunn
I loved these three books. There is a sense of intrigue and mystery that deepens as we travel along this journey through two complex and parallel worlds. Broadwell has woven a wonderful tapestry of characters, heritage, balance and sacredness. Both the spiritual and the shadow sides of human nature and nature itself struggle to maintain and fulfill the destiny indicated in the first book. The book portrays powerful characters, both male and female, who learn from each other as they overcome challenge after challenge and respect the sacredness and power of the feminine lineage. I am eagerly awaiting the next volume….
About the Author
Nikki Broadwell grew up an ‘army brat’, living in several states as well as Germany during her formative years. But it was her time in Virginia on a 400- acre farm that set the imaginative stage for “The Moonstone”, the first book of a fantasy trilogy entitled “Wolfmoon”. She received a B.A. in English and Art from Sonoma State University and later studied Marriage, Family and Child Counseling.
Over the years Nikki has had several art related businesses, including greeting cards and painting on silk–scarves and wallhangings–that were displayed in high end galleries.
Now she writes full time and is working on a sequel to “Wolfmoon Trilogy” as well as a fictionalized memoir of her parent’s life together based on her father’s journals kept while a POW during WW2.
After living in the Pacific Northwest for over 15 years, Nikki, her husband and a dog and a cat have relocated to Tucson, Arizona where the light shines, illuminating everything.