Oak & Thorns By Yasmine Galenorn
Book/Novel Author: Yasmine Galenorn
Book/Novel Title: Oak & Thorns
Caught between the worlds of Light and Dark Fae, Ember Kearney was born with the mark of the Silver Stag. Rejected by both her bloodlines, shes turned her back on her people to become a freelance investigator. Ember and her best friend Angel are led into a glittering world of conspiracy and danger when they are recruited to join the Wild Hunt, run by Herne, son of the god Cernunnos and the Faerie goddess, Morgana. Now, Ember must not only face her heritage, but shes bound to preserve the balance between the Fae Courts, for if order isnt maintained, war and chaos will spill out into the mortal realm.
Oak & Thorns:
When Herne and Ember are approached by the matriarch of a group of water-horse shifters to help find her cousin’s murderer, the Wild Hunt is drawn into a dark and shadowed world of the Ante-Fae. But as the team delves into the details of the grisly death, they uncover evidence of a string of murders that leads them directly into the court of Blackthorn. Caught in a mire of political intrigue and shadow magic, will Ember and Herne be able to bring the serial killer to light, or will the King of Thorns manage to silence them forever?
Wild Hunt Series:
Book 1: The Silver Stag
Book 2: Oak & Thorns **
### About the Author
New York Times, USA Today, and Publishers Weekly bestselling author Yasmine Galenorn writes urban fantasy and paranormal romance.
She is the author of the:
The Wild Hunt Series
The Otherworld Series
The Fury Unbound Series
The Bewitching Bedlam Series
The Indigo Court Series
The Chintz & China Series
The Bath and Body Series
The nonfiction Shamanic Witchcraft Series
With over sixty books on the shelves, she’s worked in both traditional publishing and now indie publishing. Make sure you don’t miss any releases by signing up for her newsletter at her web site.
Yasmine lives in the Seattle WA area with her husband and is the mother of four cats.
Because so many people ask, you pronounce her name this way: Yaz-mihn (NOT Jasmine–it’s a “Y”, not a “J”). Last name is pronounced: Gal-eh-norn The accent is on the first syllable.