Review from Bitten by Books, by Storm Reyes:
Imagine two dimensions sharing one world. At one time in the far-away past, the world was shared by both populations, but one took the road of science and technology while the other held tightly to the natural order of the elements. With the help of the elements and magic, a portal to another dimension was created and the Djen left and soon their very existence was remembered only through myth and legends about genies, elves and fairies.
The life of the Djen should have been idyllic as they lived in concert with earth, air, wind and fire, but a rebellion was fermented by those known as the elves of lore. As the rebellion grew, wars and raids took their toll until there were no living Guardians left and a threat arose to the very existence of both dimensions. But there is a secret known to only a few Djen--there is one last living Guardian, hidden away in the other dimension and soon to come of age and her powers. And this Guardian may be the one prophesied by Lorn, born to save them all.
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About the Author
Lisa Fender and Toni Burns are sisters, both still living in beautiful Colorado, and together wrote Fable, book 1 of the Lorn Prophecy and Fated, Book 1 of the Djenrye Chronicles. Although Lisa Fender is continuing both series on her own, she loved the time she was granted to enjoy her craft with her sister. Toni is now doing other things, but Lisa is still writing away and looks forward to publishing the rest of both series. Although a writer from a young age, Lisa did not bring her passion to light until she decided in 2008 to stop procrastinating and start writing. Her sister, Toni, preferred speaking to writing, but found herself reeled into the story of Stevie, her friends and the amazing possibilities of a parallel world. The sisters share a love of family, reading, fantasy fiction,and writing. They are grateful to their husbands, their kids, friends, and each other as all of these encouraged them along the journey of writing the first two novel(s). And now since Lisa is at the proverbial drawing board alone, she welcomes getting to know her fans and new supporters in the future, so don't be afraid to join in on the discussions of the Djen.