Alora is a normal fifteen-year-old girl who lives on a ranch in rural Montana. Her biggest excitement is the upcoming school dance. Until one day while taking a shower, she sees an image that almost seems real. A boy, with long brown hair and the most intense green eyes she’s ever seen.
Little does she know that this vision is only the beginning of a great adventure. That her life will be forever altered as she discovers another realm, a strange world of magic and gifts, where a man full of evil power will use any means possible to capture and control her or else to end her life.
Alora must decide whether to hide in the relative safety of her Montana home or risk everything to fulfill her destiny and defend a home she never knew existed. Though despised for their youth, Alora and her friends, mark the beginning of a new era in Laegenshire.
Alora is a book of powers and magic, good and evil, fighting and valor, and love that conquers all. Where urban fantasy and medieval fantasy merge, there we find the adventures of Alora.
Alora will transport you to another world and keep you on the edge of your seat. I couldn’t put it down! An original, well-written story, Alora grabbed me from the very first page and kept me up late at night just to finish it! I love it when that happens.
Alora is a relatable teenage character who discovers she’s actually from a different world and has the unique ability of being able to transport herself and others across distance and worlds. The adventure heats up when she decides to help the Stone Clan defend against her evil father. Don’t let anyone ever tell you that clean YA fantasy is boring because this fast paced story has it all….danger, an evil villain, a romantic love interest, strong friendships and positive moral values.
Tamie Dearen is truly a talented author and I look forward to reading more of her work. I am hoping there is going to be a sequel to Alora!