“A book on self-discovery, Keelie Heartwood was thrown into her father's world after her mother died. At first she resented her "bio dad" for ever leaving them, but all was not what it seemed. In the Faire, a throwback to the medieval ages, she discovers that she inherited her father's power to communicate with trees and a potential to be so much more.
Keelie's story was basically straightforward but at times dragging when she was in a jumble of making up her mind whether or not she accepts her destiny or not. Supporting characters, i.e. her father, Zeke, Sir Davey and Raven, do their roles as guiding posts but some characters like Lord Sean and Elia are only there to fill in the necessary characters of love interest and arch nemesis - though Keelie's enemy is so much bigger.
The story leaves more for a sequel and I'm hoping that a lot would be straightened out.”