Kim Michele Ingram Releases IN THE SEARCH OF THE SANCTUARY
An honorable prince goes on a quest to find his kidnapped bride, encountering forgotten legends of the past in Kim Michele Ingram's new fairy tale, "In Search of the Secret Sanctuary: Across Scotland's River Braan" (published by Trafford Publishing).
Prince Phillip of Edinshire, Scotland, sets out on a mission to find Tramara, his future bride. She is the daughter of Maon, a noble knight, and her French mother, Helena. Accompanying Prince Phillip is his noble and illustrious stallion, Blacknight.
As the prince proceeds on his journey he must overcome a horrendous obstacle that Isobel, a jealous witch, has placed in his path. He encounters days of treacherous heat, torrential rains and even crosses paths with a fire-breathing dragon. Tramara's fate rests in his hands as he travels through the dangerous terrains, crossing Scotland's River Braan to find her.
Ingram believes her story has a timeless appeal to readers. "I think there are a lot of people who have a secret desire to wish we could believe in fairy tales so we might have a better life, and find that special person whom we can spend our lives with forever, because forever hardly exists in today's society."
About the Author
Kim Michele Ingram was born and grew up in a small country town in Ohio, an unforgettable experience that shaped her strength and character. With its wide open spaces and freedom to explore, it sparked her imagination at an early age. Writing was something she always wanted to do but there was never a quiet time with nine siblings. When she became a grandmother she put down the story books and began telling her own stories to her grandchildren. Ingram now lives in Virginia and has two sons and five grandchildren. She also loves writing poetry, children's songs and hybridizes tall bearded iris.
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