Cover Design: Melanie Farlow @ Clause & Effect
Fletcher Lane has a problem. His boyfriend’s parents are coming for a visit, and they want to meet up. He’s ready to commit, so what happens if his prospective in-laws don’t like him? And how is he supposed to keep Rowan Harbor’s unique nature a secret when he might be the worst liar ever born?
To make matters worse, when he finds and helps two strangers stuck on the road, it leads him to a new threat: the man who’s been terrorizing the town has set events into motion that endanger more than just Rowan Harbor. Can Fletcher and his friends stop him before there’s nothing but a smoking crater where the Oregon coastline used to be?
The Rowan Harbor Cycle Series
Book #1 – Blackbird in the Reeds – Amazon US | Amazon UK
Book #2 – Wolf and the Holly – Amazon US | Amazon UK
Book #3 – Fox and Birch – Amazon US | Amazon UK
Book #4 – Hawk In The Rowan – Amazon US | Amazon UK
Book #5 – Stag and the Ashe – Amazon US | Amazon UK
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Fletcher is still not comfortable with his abilities. Oak is teaching him, opening up Fletcher to the possibilities of his gift. Falling in love with Connor was scary but meeting Connor’s parents is terrifying.
He rescues a boy and his mother, bringing more trouble to Rowan Harbor, but also the answer to some important questions.
The town must work together as the next crisis overtakes Rowan Harbor. As the town loses an important member Fletcher learns just how necessary his untried powers are.
Another good addition to the series. These characters are more defined in every story. I enjoy how each person has their own role to play but how interwoven they all are to the safety of the town. They really need to be read in order to get the full impact of the story.
Review Copy requested and reviewed on behalf of OMGReads.
Sam wrote her first fantasy epic with her best friend when she was ten. Like almost any epic fiction written by a ten year old, it was awful. She likes to think she’s improved since then, if only because she has better handwriting now.
If she’s not writing, she’s almost certainly either reading or lost down a Wikipedia rabbit hole while pretending to research for a novel.