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The Midsummer Captives (Firethorn Chronicles 2)
A sorcerer's fortress. A lost heir. A determined princess.
Princess Gwen, second in line to the throne of Ituria, has given up on happy endings. After a neighboring kingdom's heir stole her heart and then disappeared four years ago, she buried her heartache in service to her eleven sisters. Her most recent mission: to arrange a match with her sister Hazel and the lost heir's youngest brother.
But when her traveling party is ambushed, her flight from danger leads her into the path of a blindfolded man with a familiar smile. Imprisoned deep in the forest, Gwen and her fellow captives are at the mercy of a treacherous beauty on a mission of her own. With the added complication of a love potion gone awry, they must find a way past enchanted guardians, who are capable of not only crushing their dreams but also their lives.
The Midsummer Captives, inspired by Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream, is the second novel in The Firethorn Chronicles, a series drawn from The Twelve Dancing Princesses and other classic stories. Follow the sisters on their adventures in a land where sorcery is feared, women can rule, and dragons fly.