Wildwood Magic

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$18.99  $17.66
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5.2 X 8.1 X 1.2 inches | 0.85 pounds

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About the Author
Willa Reece is a pseudonym for Barbara J. Hancock. She lives in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Virginia where stories are often told on a dark side porch in the flicker of firefly light.
Praise for Wildwood Whispers:

"A feast for the senses. Wildwood Whispers is everything I love in a book and I fell under its spell. Willa Reece has written a magical, romantic tale about our essential connections to nature and to each other." --Sarah Addison Allen, New York Times bestselling author

"Willa Reece has perfectly infused magic, suspense, and a love of nature deep into the pages of this novel. Ultimately filled with hope, love, and the power of growth and resilience, Wildwood Whispers is a thought-provoking, memorable debut." --Heather Webber, USA Today bestselling author of Midnight at the Blackbird Café

"Dark, tender, and thought-provoking, Wildwood Whispers is a beautifully woven tale of fantasy, feminism, and mystery set in rural Appalachia." --Constance Sayers, author of The Ladies of the Secret Circus

"The Appalachian Mountains are alive with magic in this folksy, feminist contemporary fantasy...Mel's story is full of human compassion and animal wisdom that will charm readers. This works both as a contemporary fairy tale and a slow-burning romance--and fans of both genres will appreciate this walk through the wild woods." --Publishers Weekly

"A lovely tale of sisterly love, the power of inheritance, and the many magics of the natural world. Readers will love Reece's wonderful wisewomen and cheer for the abandoned baby who grows up to find her true home. A deeply satisfying read!" --Louisa Morgan, author of The Age of Witches
"Full of women wielding the magic of the land, Reece's latest is an enchanting tale full of magical moments that also confronts the harm that hate and fear can inflict." --Library Journal
"Rachel's voice shines in this first-person narrative interspersed with sections from other characters' perspectives, including that of Ezekiel. Filled with all-too-real hatred and prejudice, Reece's second Wildwood novel also brims with love, hope, and the magical power of womanhood and community."--Shelf Awareness