Enchantress Sacrifice

Enchantress Sacrifice
245 Pages
ISBN 978-0-9984547-1-9

An invisible barrier protects an uncharted island and its natives from the world. A Beast grows deep within the island ready to destroy it. Only a baby can save the island, if she survives her forbidden birth and gains the powers of an Enchantress.

Elandra, the newborn, struggles in shadow until she can breathe light instead of air. Rescued after her mother’s murder by a monster with the soul of a woman, she hides underground. A secretive healer becomes her mentor. He sends her to the surface before her sixteenth birthday to gain the power that will fulfill her destiny. He hasn’t taught her how to control her emotions--the only thing that gives her a chance of survival.

A shipwrecked young man complicates her feelings making her unwilling to accept her destiny as a savior. She chooses a quest to become normal, risking the lives of her loved ones, her own life, and the existence of the island. 

Denice Hughes Lewis

About Denice Hughes Lewis (Bend, Oregon Author)

Denice Hughes Lewis

Denice Hughes Lewis recently published a series of non-fiction dog and cat journals for writers, kids and animal lovers to write about what they think their favorite pets think. It's her first introduction to non-fiction as she usually writes fantasy for kids and teens.

She is an award winning eBook novelist for her pre-teen novel, Dragon Cloud. She won second place in the Central Oregon Writer's Guild Harvest Festival in 2013 for a children's fable.

She and her partners won first place for their screenplay, "Boarders" at the Catalina Film Festival in 2012 and a second in the Oregon Film Awards the same year. With Suzan Noyes, they placed second in the Oregon Film Awards, 2014, for "Mission Implausible: The Undead Identity." She has an IMDB credit for the short film, "Big."

You can find her fantasy eBooks for kids and teens at www.smashwords.com and the eBook, My Fairy Godmonster at www.amazon.com.

She is a member of the Pro Series, a Hollywood group of professional screenwriters, SCBWI, Central Oregon Writers Guild, and Willamette Writers.