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What lengths will dream weaver Ali be forced to go to, to protect her love when Morpheus goes rogue?
Sand Maiden Alissandra has been weaving human dreams for much of her immortal existence helping her dream charges work through what worries them as they sleep. But her idyllic life is turned upside down when she discovers her father, the god of dreams, plans to exploit humans, making them exist to do only his bidding. Forced to choose between the only life she’s known or protecting her current charge, the crown prince, she sheds immortality and flees Dream realm. But the god of dreams isn’t the only danger to her and Wake realm.
Prince Kovis Altairn, the most powerful sorcerer in the Altairn Empire, knows nothing about Dream realm, let alone his sand maiden. So when Ali is discovered naked in his bedroom, she’s accused of being a spy. Now she must convince him of her intentions…as well as the danger they’re all in…before it’s too late.
The Sand Maiden is a four-book gods-vs-mortals fantasy retelling that’s a unique and original fusion of Greek and English myths. If you loved the sizzle of Sarah J. Maas’ A Court of Thorns and Roses, the feels and intrigue of Elise Kova’s Air Awakens, and/or the Greek mythology of Amanda Bouchet’s Kingmaker Chronicles you’ll definitely love this.
Why readers’ are raving about The Sand Maiden series:
It’s a refreshingly new fantasy book concept outside the usual witches, warlocks, fairies, vampires, werewolves, and mermaids.
It’s a unique and original fusion of the Sandman and Morpheus myths, we all grew up with.
Its unpredictable twists leave you breathless!
“Lee’s story telling is wonderful and she creates such a vivid world that you wish was real.” – Kiersten Burke, Reviewer ★★★★★
“Fantastically inspiring and emotionally driven… it packs a pretty punch. It’s fast-paced and unpredictable twists leave you breathless” – Courtney Belaire, Reviewer ★★★★★