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Woven Through Time by Hilda K. Weisburg
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Woven Through Time

by Hilda K. Weisburg

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The Start of a Prophecy: To Savah, a sheltered fifteen-year-old who has been hiding her growing magical abilities, it seems like chance when she meets Bazir in the marketplace of Erah where she is selling cloth she has woven, but it is the hand of fate and the hope of a prophecy -- given a gentle push of Kalisha, a wise woman -- setting them on their life's journey. The two marry, although he cannot stay for Bazir is the head of a growing resistance determined to overthrow Haratha, the Dark Wizard. When Bazir is captured, a magical bracelet Savah wove as his wedding gift turns him into a wolf. Escaping, he makes his way to her, where he learns she has birthed their daughter, Aimah, who was immediately kidnapped by the mysterious Kalisha. To stop a great evil: Knowing the prophecy, Haratha has been relentlessly hunting for the women predicted to be his downfall. Aimah grows under Kalisha's guidance, learning her own magic and gifts. In time, she marries and has a daughter of her own, Nara. When mother and daughter are threatened by Haratha, Aimah magically sends the child away. Generations must Join: Woman and wolf search for their child across thirty-five years and countless lands. Over time, Bazir winters with various wolf packs learning their ways while Savah's magical gifts become stronger as she develops a circle of women friends who join the fight to overthrow Haratha. When Nara appears to her, Savah knows the end is coming. In the final confrontation, the three women must combine their magical powers, aided by the men who love them, to defeat Haratha -- whatever price must be paid.

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