Lore of the Wilds: A Novel (Hardcover)

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Lore of the Wilds: A Novel (Hardcover)

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A stunning Romantasy debut about an enchanted library, two handsome Fae, and one human who brings them all together. 

A library with a deadly enchantment. 

A Fae lord who wants in.

A human woman willing to risk it all for a taste of power.

In a land ruled by ruthless Fae, twenty-one-year-old Lore Alemeyu’s village is trapped in a forested prison. Lore knows that any escape attempt is futile—her scars are a testament to her past failures. But when her village is threatened, Lore makes a desperate deal with a Fae lord. She will leave her home to catalog/organize an enchanted library that hasn’t been touched in a thousand years. No Fae may enter the library, but there is a chance a human might be able to breach the cursed doors.

She convinces him that she will risk her life for wealth, but really she’s after the one thing the Fae covet above all: magic of her own.

As Lore navigates the hostile world outside, she’s forced to rely on two Fae males to survive. Two very different, very dangerous, very attractive Fae males. When undeniable chemistry ignites, she’s not just in danger of losing her life, but her heart to the very creatures she can never trust.


Analeigh Sbrana is a writer and visual artist. She lives in Delaware with her husband, daughter, and a chonky kitty named Rey. Her favorite things to do include wandering through forests looking for the fae, trying new cafés, and scouring used bookstores for hidden gems.

Product Details ISBN: 9780063380592
ISBN-10: 0063380595
Publisher: Harper Voyager
Publication Date: February 27th, 2024
Pages: 352
Language: English

"The plot unravels deliberately and deliciously, luring readers into its world and captivating them with multidimensional characters who will keep them on their toes. Sbrana is a writer to watch." — Publishers Weekly