Sabrina was just trying to bring coffee to her best friend. She didn’t think she’d discover magic was real. But there she was, dripping in spilled latte, watching a woman she’d known for years somehow use vines and dirt to create a protective wall around them, blocking the advances of three magical beings. The same beings who were calling her BFF their sister and saying her name was Nin, not Nina. Even more surprising, they were throwing around the title “Princess.”
Sabrina’s in shock. Nin has to confront family expectations and her abusive ex-turned-tyrant. And both must rely on their strength, loyalty, and, oddly enough, all that academic knowledge of John Milton Sabrina has floating around in her head. If the pair can’t get it together, these two friends, and the rest of Fae, may be doomed.
Find out what happens when you mix Milton with fantasy, magic, and a little Kentucky sass.
Living in the quaint farming village of Brittendell offered a simple life of home and family. When Aislynn, the daughter of a local farmer, and Rorin, the son of a wealthy horse trader, married, another charming love story enlivened the tranquil town. Aislynn and Rorin were profoundly connected, but their relationship came to a screeching halt when Rorin was killed in a tragic accident. Their bond sends Aislynn into a spiraling depression as she continues sensing Rorin’s presence. Soon, Aislynn finds herself thrust into a dangerous world of magic filled with hobgoblins, elves, and wizards. When Aislynn is captured by the future king of Venallis and forced to help him uncover a mysterious magical artifact she discovers that fate has far greater plans for her than she ever imagined. Perhaps death is not always the end.