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.”