When a sword manifests in an old folk’s home it opens Autumn’s eyes to a whole world of magic, gods and giants. But before she has a chance to come to grips with her new reality, Autumn’s grandmother is attacked and put in the hospital. Autumn needs to discover what the deal is with the sword and how to protect herself and the people she loves.
And, of course, there’s also the matter of the wings that have sprouted from her back.
Can she learn about this new reality and the shadowy forces working within it in time to diffuse the situation before someone gets killed?
“One in the Hand is relentlessly paced, character driven urban fantasy as its finest. Parrish hooked me from the opening line and I couldn’t put the book down. One in the Hand should delight mythology fans while having enough surprises even for saga snobs. I hope it becomes a series.”
“The dogs are awesome.”
“I hadn’t known there was such a thing as a “cozy” urban fantasy before…but this is what One in the Hand really turns out to be… “
“This book surprised me with its fresh approach to urban fantasy and its extensive character development and focus, and I can honestly say I’m looking forward to more!”
“For me, the five-star element was having Autumn being the storyteller. It is easy to relate to her. Autumn is your normal person, and has relationship problems, doesn’t always feel recognized for her talents, and at times will work for free to do what she loves. In other words, she deals with the same type of issues as most of us. Her humorous at time but not snarky attitude kept a good pace throughout.”