All her life, Azaeli Hammerfel trained in swordplay to become a Squire and one day ride off on adventure with her parents, both Knights of His Majesty’s Elite. When she finally earns the honor, her name is mysteriously left off of the list for the King’s Quest. Her parents and their guild set off without her, but their quest goes awry and ends in tragedy.
Determined to unravel the truth about what happened, Azi enlists the help of her best friend Rian. As a Mage Apprentice and the guild leader’s son, Rian makes a valuable ally, but sparks fly when the line between friendship and love gets blurred.
Azi also gains an unlikely friend in Flit, a mysterious fairy from Kythshire who just happens to show up in her bedroom one day. Together, they work to uncover a sinister plot which threatens both the existence of Kythshire and the peace her people have celebrated for generations.
Call of Kythshire boasts over a dozen beautifully rendered illustrations depicting scenes from the novel in the author’s distinct style.
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Missy Sheldrake is an author/illustrator who has been conjuring images of fairies in one form or another since she was very young. The wind in the trees and the rich scent of forest earth are her most treasured sources of inspiration, and on most mornings you will find her wandering the wooded paths, dreaming of the next adventure she hopes to put to the page.
Missy was born in Connecticut and attended Western Connecticut State University, where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Art with a concentration in painting and illustration. Even then, in her free time, she was writing. She moved to Northern Virginia several years ago and lives there now, on the outskirts of Washington D.C., with her true love and their son. She published her first novel, Call of Kythshire, in March of 2015 and intends to keep writing as long as the fairies allow it.