Queen of Crows, by S. L. Wilton
In a world of strange magic, dangerous creatures, and villainous wyverns, an ousted young queen struggles to regain her throne.
Sophia Pendergast’s quest is complicated by deep-rooted misogyny embedded in her culture and religion. Her lover, a dashing young knight, offers her a life in obscure comfort, but she refuses to abandon her people to the usurper’s whims. To retake her throne and set prophecy on its path, she must embrace a long-denied secret and discover a prophecy’s hidden meaning.
In S. L. Wilton’s Queen of Crows, we discover simple truths may not exactly be simple.