White Hart (White Hart series #1) By Sarah Dalton


  • The first novel in this coming of age fantasy series filled with magic, adventure, and heart.

    In a land where magic has withered for centuries, Mae Waylander is the last magic wielder in Aegunlund. She is the craft-born. But Mae has kept her true identity hidden from the world, and she’s not about to reveal her secret. Not when the King is searching for the craft-born to marry his heir, Prince Casimir.

    In Mae’s town of Halts-Walden, the ambitious miller claims his daughter Ellen is the craft-born. All Mae has to do is sit back and wait until Casimir and Ellen are married, then she will finally be free of the threat of her fate. But on that day an event so shocking and terrible occurs that Mae finds herself entering the neighbouring cursed forest on a quest she never thought she’d have to follow.

    Join Mae as she rides her white stag through the Waerg Woods with a pampered prince at her heels. She’s out for revenge and nothing–no one–will get in her way.



  • 4 out of 5

I Liked the white stag. It is a majestic creature and to see it used in the way it was in the White Hart was very nice. I have to say that Mea is favorite character. I thought the way she handled everything was good even though she seems young and naive. I thought the idea of the forest was really neat too along with all the unusual creatures in it that was cool. I did not like the way Mea steps back, how she let that witch of a girl let everybody think she was craft born and by doing that I think she’s causing more trouble than what its worth and we find out at the end that actually is what happens. My least favorite character has to be Cas, I don’t like him I don’t know why but he just got on my nerves throughout the whole book. There’s just something about him. The Book as a whole was very good, had a nice plot and story line that ran through with enough action and just a little bit of romance on the side to keep everything interesting. I would definitely recommend this for fantasy readers and there’s a plus, it’s free.

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