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Charles Schuler returned from war, whole in body but broken in spirit. Now all he wants to do is settle down on the family farm and join his life to Lily, the water spirit who has been his best friend and secret comrade since he was six years old.

But he soon discovers that greedy men have dammed Lily's river, using her strength in pursuit of their own selfish needs. He’s galvanized to desperate action, but will he be able to save her, or is it too late?

©2017 Alana Church (P)2018 Alana Church

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Holy water indeed

Alana Church is an author who really knows how to write. Besides the eros, (of which there is a delightful abundance in this book) she really can write in a way that tugs at your heartstrings, or mine at any event. This audio book is not long, only about 2 1/4 hours. But in that time she weaves a complete tale of love between a Naiad (look it up, I had to) and a Minnesota farm boy. I'm not going to spoil this for you by saying anything more, except that I don't think you'll go wrong by listening to this.

Aiden Black does a fine job with the narration. I saw someone saying that his voice is a bit like Michael Caine's, and I can hear the similarities. At first I found the accent not really in tune with either Minnesota or a Native American, but after about 5 minutes his voice just drew me right into the story.