Disclosure: I received this book free in order to review, no other compensation was received an all opinions are 100% my own.
In Shadow hand, Anne Elisabeth transports you back to the Goldstone Wood for another adventure into the twists and turns of time, with fairies, kings and knights. Shadow hand is the story of Prince Foxbrush and Lady Daylily. Lady Daylily is not thrilled with the betrothal to Prince Foxbrush, when it's his cousin Prince Lionheart that her heart belongs to. So, in that she flees on her wedding day to the dangerous Wildlands. The unlikely hero Prince Foxbrush pursues her in an effort to save the one he loves and his fate takes over leading him to his fate.
As the sixth book in the series, you would think that as a reader coming into the series late you wouldn't be able to follow along, however like the stories before all of the Tales of Goldstone Wood Shadow hand is written where it stands alone as a story. I have only read the predecessor Dragonwitch thus far and I was able to enjoy this story without tapping into that knowledge. For those of you whom have never read the work of Anne Elisabeth Stengl, she writes with an almost song like verse that is a joy to read. The storylines intertwine and by the end of the story everything concludes, but you are definitely left wanting more. I definitely enjoyed the story and hope to read more from the Tales of the Goldstone Wood very shortly.