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Don't walk behind me; I may not lead. Don't walk in front of me; I may not follow. Just walk beside me and be my friend.

Monday, December 3, 2018

Beware the bond between blood and beasts... Bound Beauty (A Wylder Tale #3) by Jennifer Silverwood

Darker forces walk in the forests, all drawn to Vynasha's light and the shade of a corrupt Enchantress haunts her waking dreams. A war is about to begin, between the forgotten people of Wylderland and the evil power of Bitterhelm.
Prophecy and Forgotten unite in the epic third chapter of the Wylder Tales Series, a gothic re-telling of Beauty and the Beast.

Description:

Release Date: December 21st, 2018

Beware the bond between blood and beasts...

Vynasha has united the warring human and forgotten clans of Wylderland, claiming her majik and power as curse breaker. Her brother, Ceddrych keeps their nephew safely hidden away while Vynasha and her new allies fight against the feral beasts roaming their borders.

Meanwhile, her friendship with the Iceveins family deepens, unveiling a love she never expected. But her majik is still bound to the cursed prince she left behind and he isn't done fighting for her soul.

Darker forces walk in the forests, all drawn to Vynasha's light and the shade of a corrupt Enchantress haunts her waking dreams. A war is about to begin, between the forgotten people of Wylderland and the evil power of Bitterhelm.

Prophecy and Forgotten unite in the epic third chapter of the Wylder Tales Series, a gothic re-telling of Beauty and the Beast.

GUEST POST
10 Fun Facts About Wylder Tales

1. Wylder Tales takes its name from the borderland between our world and the magical world across the Veil, Wylderland. 

2. Vynasha’s journey is loosely based on Beauty and the Beast, but written more like a “the legend behind the fairy tale” than a strict retelling. 

3. Resha, the titular character from Wolfsbane’s Daughter is a loose retelling of Red Riding Hood. There’s even a “big bad wolf” in it. ;) 

4. Erythea Iceveins, the girl Vynasha befriends in Scarred Beauty is the heroine of a planned future novel based on Snow White. 

5. Resha’s story doesn’t end with Wolfsbane’s Daughter. While Wylder Tales is a trilogy, I’ve plans to write at least one more novella featuring Resha, Ceddrych and Wyll. 

6. Wylder Tales is a bit of a gender bender. Vynasha is not a beauty, but chooses to become the beast everyone needs in order to save Wylderland. 

7. There are two “princes” in Craving Beauty, but only one of them is the true Prince of Bitterhelm. 

8. The odd spelling of names and words like majik and wolv, stem from the world across the Veil, and are called “mirror speech.” 

9. The mirror heavily featured throughout the series is actually one of the seven gates mentioned in Silver Hollow. In fact, there’s another reason Grendall is called “gatekeeper.” 

10. Many peoples you meet in Wylder Tales will later appear in a future sequel to Silver Hollow. So yes, these books take place in the same universe.
About the author:
Jennifer Silverwood was raised deep in the heart of Texas and has been spinning yarns a mile high since childhood. In her spare time she reads and writes and tries to sustain her wanderlust, whether it’s the Carpathian Mountains in Transylvania, the highlands of Ecuador or a road trip to the next town. Always on the lookout for her next adventure, in print or reality, she dreams of one day proving to the masses that everything really is better in Texas. She is the author of two series—Heaven's Edge and Wylder Tales—and the stand-alone titles Stay and Silver Hollow.

Author's Giveaway
Other Books in the Series
Grab the first book, Craving Beauty, for FREE! You can find your preferred format here. Or grab the compilation of volumes 1, 1.5, and 2 on Amazon.

4 comments:

Debbie P said...

This book sounds like a really good read.

Jennifer Silverwood said...

Thank y'all so much for sharing Bound Beauty today! I'm always happy to feature on your blog all these years later. :D Thanks for all you do for the Indie author community.

CCAM said...

@Jennifer

You're welcome.
We love to present and read your stories (I think that the first time, on MB, it was in 2014!)

All the best and... see you soon(er)

Maria Dalmau said...

Love the cover, this book sounds great.