Clo, wall-jumper, turnip-picker, corner-skulker, was NOT a hand-wringer, but in the many times and many ways they had fled a village, never had her father failed to meet her.
Always, he had made her promise, should the morning bells ring five without his return, she should leave the town.
“Do not stay,” he instructed her. “Do not tempt fate by delaying. You must not stay.” And always, he would promise in kind, he would meet her at the edge of the forest under the tallest pine. “Always, Clo. Always.”
Never had he told her what to do should she find herself alone there…
Inspired by Greek mythology, this young adult new release is sure to intrigue!
–Vault Books and Brew, Castle Rock, WA