Transported into a new world, full of magic and stuck in medieval times, Helen will go through numerous adventures to find her way back home…stumbling into her true love along the way.
In this new land, full of elves, magic, demons, and arrogant nobles, the odds are stacked against her. To overcome them, Elena, now called Leyna, will have to rely on her luck, her wit, and her wealth of modern knowledge.
Some people find themselves in an unpleasant situation now and then, but Helen gets in trouble more often than she would care to admit. It was an ordinary day, she was going home from work, minding her own business—yet destiny had a different plan for her.
A new fantasy romance is about to begin: to return home, Leyna has to reach the capital of the land she found herself in and find the Master of Probabilities. Yet there is no yellow brick road, and getting there is a lot harder than it sounds. On her journey, she becomes embroiled in the intrigues of the Dark Elven Court, meeting the prince himself, fighting bandits, and making new friends, including guardian demons.
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In truth, Helen E. Peters this is a pen name chosen by her on a lark to honor the eponymous protagonist of her first book “Leyna”.
Helen has a Bachelor Degree in Economics, which she put to good use. She loves studying, traveling, and new experiences. She doesn’t like talking about her family, firmly believing that personal life isn’t something to be displayed.
“I am often asked how someone like me got pulled into a life like that. Funny thing is, all I can do in response is shrug. I’ve never had an epiphany and I have no desire to convey my genius ideas about life to my readers, nor do I want to teach people or judge them.
For me, writing proved to be a shockingly positive occupation and the most incredible anti-depressant. I wrote Leyna’s story first and foremost just for myself, to relax and take a break. Working with numbers can be very exhausting, and sometimes you need a distraction. In the past, I coped by meeting friends, reading books, traveling, playing games, going to the theater, and watching movies. Now, I can also add writing my own works to that list (honestly, for quite a while, this new hobby replaced the other activities).
At first, I hesitated whether I should upload my creation online or show it to anyone. I was also afraid of negative reviews. But then, something magical happened: people really really loved it. And as it turns out, writing not just for myself, but also for someone else is a pleasure in itself.
I didn’t even finish my first book halfway when it rose to #1 spot in the Favorites section of a website with an audience of more than half a million readers. Ever since then, it was consistently in top 3, despite the total numbers of works on that platform reaching a million and a half.
Two months after uploading the first chapter, I got offers from multiple publishers. I never expected it. Life truly works in mysterious ways, it seems.
And just eight months after I wrote down a funny dream of mine, my first book went to print”…