For ten years, Naomi has been kept in the close, cold darkness of an oaken cupboard whilst her twin sister toils in misery inside a slave camp in the west of Fionn’s Isle.
Oblivious of their true identity, the two young sisters live in terror and in fear of their Viking slave masters, harboring no hope of breathing the free air that lies beyond the great Woodwall of Roathne.
In the high tower of Rorik the Red’s stolen castle, Lady Shannon sits in waiting, knowing that soon the twins will be free …
About the Author
Heike was born in Johannesburg and moved at a young age to Bloemfontein, South Africa. Bloemfontein is the town of birth of J.R.R. Tolkien. “Tolkien definitely inspired me to write, just as much as ‘Riverdance’ has inspired me to research Celtic mythology, which is my first love.” She is working to complete a degree in music, and hopes this book will be the first in a series.