Tomorrow, Veleda will die. Her father condemned her to burn in the fires of Modranicht, Mother’s Night, for the crime of killing her babe. Sworn to a vow of silence, she cannot speak to her innocence. She will die, none knowing the truth, and her brothers will be forever cursed.
A "lyrical" and "ethereal" retold fairy tale, this story transports readers to the early Middle Ages, with historical detailing and beautiful imagery to capture the imagination.
“Seven White Wolves by Chante McCoy is a classic and beautiful fairy tale, told masterfully with an elegant style, and filled with rich details and poignant emotional moments.” — Paul Genesse, author of The Golden Cord