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  • The Edge of the Woods

  • By: Ceinwen Langley
  • Narrated by: Laura Bannister
  • Length: 8 hrs and 15 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
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The odds are stacked against Emma.

Fatherless and poor in a remote village where men, money, and faith determine everything, her only hope for a decent life is to marry before her 18th birthday. Though her prospects aren’t good and her options aren’t appealing, to live as an unmarried woman is a life sentence of silence and solitude. Emma has to try to make a match.

But when a beautiful, antlered boy appears in her dreams and tempts her to join him in the forbidden woods, another path opens to her. Finally, after a life devoid of possibilities, Emma has a choice to make: to run from her future, or fight for it.

©2014 Ceinwen Langley (P)2020 Ceinwen Langley

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Loved the characters and world building. A gentle touch of fantasy to add some spice to the realistic storyline.
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