This installment of Running Toward Illumia brings Astrea and her friends through dragon infested tunnels to a waiting ambush, culminating in her first confrontation with Xia, the Dragonfae, and current Mouthpiece of the Mythics. Astrea must face the trial designed for moon elves in order to become the Mouthpiece. If she survives, she will only have a multitude of races depending on her, and an angry half-blood whose power and seat on the Council she usurped. Overcoming her lineage is only one problem she faces in Illumia.
Angel Leya has dragged me headlong through this series as I couldn’t put them down. Now, I have to wait for part 5 to find out what happens next. Grab this series now so you are ready for part 5 when it releases.
I am rushing headlong through this series and you should too. Astrea is approaching her destination with her companions: the unicorn, Windmane and the elf, Gander. Secrets are revealed and Astrea is struggling to reconcile her origins with her present state. The fog is compounded by a constant drizzle that only seems to darken the hopes and mood of her little party. Windmane and Gander are constantly at each other’s throats, while Astrea tries to sort out the strange attraction she has for the elf. As they draw nearer to Illumia, Astrea is worried over what will happen to her once she reaches the city.
Lost (Running Toward Illumia 2)
Angel does it again in this installment of her Running Toward Illumia series. The tension mounts as Astrea and Windmane race to get to Illumia before time runs out. Along for the ride is an elf named Gander. The trio all hold secrets they refuse to share with the others and several times it seems the conflict will come to a point (literally, as there is a unicorn involved here.) By the end, Astrea gets some of the answers she seeks, but are they worth it?
Come find out for youself when you pick up Book 2 of Running Toward Illumia.
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Astrea is an outcast amongst outcasts, the Banned. Her lack of red hair and freckles, a trait that seems to protect them in the mists of their forest home, make her stand out when all she wants to do is fit in. The forests of her home are lacking in sustenance of late, creating a real fear of famine and starvation. When Astrea spots a unicorn in the forest, she’s thinking it’s her lucky day. But, what if killing such a majestic creature brings about a worse curse then starvation?
Come get your feet wet with this quick trip into the latest realm from a talented writer. I’ll be quickly moving on to the next book in the series.