Courier’s Test

In the aftermath of war, his kingdom knows him as the weaker prince, too sensitive to do what’s necessary. His family knows him as the second son, loved but not understood. Elven Prince Keliar has more important things to worry about than his reputation. He’d rather negotiate peace for his people, serve his too-serious brother, and ensure safety for his entire family. All three purposes call him to visit a faery court, and he’s prepared to put his diplomacy skills to the test. Finding the hidden court? No problem. Getting locked in a guest chamber? Well, that’s their right as hosts. Hiding the bruises from their ridiculous, twenty-mattresses-high bed? All in a day’s work. What he’s not prepared for is meeting a people whose convictions align with his own. A pretty faery guardian, a secretive servant, and an unexpected ally offer approval where Kel’s own people would have shown tolerance at best. What place will he find among these faeries who call him sensitive and mean it as a compliment? Readers who enjoy messages of faith mixed in with their fantasy will love this gender-swapped retelling of The Princess and the Pea. Grab your copy now!

Meet Lynn Renard

A fantasy writer on the east coast of the U.S., Lynn Renard has been telling stories since she learned to speak. She adores clean fairytale retellings and fluffy healthy fantasy romances, balancing this sometimes overly sweet diet with any sort of noblebright story that invites its readers to think and to polish themselves and the world around them into a kinder glow. Aside from reading and writing, she enjoys crocheting, cross-stitching, and pottery-painting. Her vision is to inspire her readers with stories that embody hope and compassion.