A Secret in the Forest begins at an enchanted gateway between two worlds, ushering readers into the conflict between the world of humans and the world of fairies.
Lily Kingman, of the human world, harbors deep secrets passed down through the generations of her family. Dreamer, of the fairy world, drifts between the two worlds, trying to protect Lily from the threats of Victor (a human) while undergoing an enormous change within himself.
Will Lily and Dreamer’s romance survive the conflict between their two worlds?
A Secret in the Forest is an adventurous book that will keep you engaged from beginning to end. The vocabulary and content of this book make it appropriate for 5th to 7th graders of both genders.
Readers who enjoy magic, fairies, romance, and a little conflict will enjoy this book. The story has a rising action and climax that is linked to the prequel, A Bridge in the Forest. The characters are realistic and easy to relate to with their playful, joyful, and sometimes brooding moods.