Home, love, safety. They are all a lie.
Healing is a hanging offense, and Ena is done risking her neck to watch her patients die. Fleeing a future of blood and death, Ena braves the dark unknown. Life taught her the cruelty of the world. But she never imagined the dangers of her journey.
As evil surrounds her, Ena is threatened with a fate worse than the one she escaped. Legends and dark magic stand between her and the future she dreams of. A future that will cost more than pain.
When innocent lives depend on her mercy, Ena must face an enemy with the power to set the sky on fire.
A life of romance and adventure wait for Ena, if she can survive the road ahead…
Wrath and Wing is the prequel novella of an epic fantasy series packed with adventure, romance, myths, and magic. If you’re looking for a coming of age story that proves strong females belong in young adult novels, join Megan O’Russell’s 550,000+ satisfied readers and meet the fantasy assassin who will steal your heart.
Wrath and Wing is a prequel to the Ena of Ilbrea series, in the book we see more of Ena’s smarts and determination. In this story you see in true Ena fashion, her having to choose again to do what is right and just running away. She is such a strong character, someone you want fighting on your side. Although this prequel is on the shorter side, it rally adds more depth to the characters.
Beautiful read so far
I am on chapter 6 and loving it so far. The detail in the story is not to much but just right. Makes feel like I’m under the floor board of that wagon lol
I realized after I started the Ena of Ilbrea series that this was a prequel. I expected to read about how Ena came to be with Lilly and how her parents died. Why her world is the way it is. But Ena finds herself in a desperate situation and figures out a way to help others as she makes her way out of it. While looking for her brother, she comes across a group of kids being held by the sorcerer. One just happens to be around her age and I can’t help but wonder if this is the original meet cute for a future character we see in Ember & Stone.
It’s not a bad start but I don’t think I’ve gained anymore knowledge having read it that couldn’t have been accomplished with a flashback montage.