Getting the scoop might cost Kylie and her gargoyle their lives...
Dryads are a reclusive, passive species--or they used to be. Overnight, the peaceful woodland creatures have turned violent, attacking travelers with crude weapons and whipping the trees of their grove into a ferocious frenzy.
When rumors of the dryads' bizarre behavior reaches journalist Kylie Grayson, she pounces on the story, determined to unearth the reason behind the dryads' hostile transformation. Accompanied by the young gargoyle Quinn, Kylie plunges into the heart of the malevolent grove. But nothing she's learned prepares her for the terrifying conflict she uncovers...
USA Today bestselling author Rebecca Chastain returns to the beloved world of the Gargoyle Guardian Chronicles for a brand-new spellbinding adventure of elemental magic and courageous gargoyles. If you love action-packed stories filled with mythical creatures, brave heroines, and adorable sidekicks, you'll love Deadlines & Dryads.
Pick up your copy today to start the magical adventure!
Deadlines & Dryads is a standalone novel and does not require you to read the Gargoyle Guardian Chronicles trilogy first...but it will make you want to read it when you finish.
About the Author
REBECCA CHASTAIN is a feminist, animal advocate, and nature devotee. She believes empathy is a hero's trait and love is a motive, an inside job, and a transformative energy that shapes each person's world. She is the USA Today bestselling author of the Gargoyle Guardian Chronicles series, the Terra Haven Chronicles series that begins with DEADLINES & DRYADS, and the Madison Fox urban fantasy series. If given the opportunity, Rebecca will befriend your cat.
Praise for Rebecca Chastain's Novels
"Rebecca Chastain's talent is in taking a magical path not taken, filling it with charm, energy, an amazing heroine and packing it all neatly into a quick and fast-paced tale!" --Tome Tender
"unique and captivating right from the start...hard to put down" --The Reading Diaries
"Chastain skillfully writes fantasy into ordinary life." --San Francisco Book Review