Weeping Willow (Part Two)

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Now that she knows her true identity, Willow has landed herself in a heap of trouble. Taken prisoner by Callan, King of the Dökkalfar, and jailed as an abomination to the Elven race, Willow struggles to gain her freedom in a world where she is hated. Time is running out for Willow. She must discover her true purpose, changing the fate of two kingdoms. (YA Two-Part Novelette) More
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About Sandra Madera

Sandra Madera currently resides in New York and is a college graduate, obtaining her bachelor's degree in science. However, her true passion has always been reading and writing. She has been writing short stories since she was a child. Upon publishing a number of free short works, she published full-length YA works; the Restraint Trilogy and the Wicked Willow Series. She is currently working on her next novel. For free YA short story downloads and for information on upcoming novels visit www.sandramadera.com and http://sandra-madera.blogspot.com.


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Review by: sarah uk on Feb. 28, 2015 :
This was another fast-paced fantasy story, and I was pleased that we got a happy ending.

Willow found herself in a lot of danger in this book, and Nalin had a bit of an anger management issue! It was really lucky that things turned out the way they did!

The storyline in this revolved around the elves who were trying to kill Willow, and Nalin’s battle to find her and save her. I was really pleased that things worked out the way they did and that we got a happy ending!
7.5 out of 10
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Review by: Jeffrey Ober on Aug. 23, 2011 :
Glad to read the second part of the story, as I couldn't just stop at one. I think it's got potential to run into even more stories -- but I did like how this one expanded on the first story and continued a neat adventure.
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Review by: Devin Rai on Aug. 4, 2011 :
Wonderful! I only wish it had been longer!
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Review by: nisha gupta on March 7, 2011 :
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