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The Children of the Sidhe Novellas
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The Sidhe dwindle. Slow to breed and quick to war, the ages have worn away their numbers. An old enemy threatens Otherworld, fearsome in numbers and in newfound magic. The Sidhe’s unloved part-human children strewn about the mortal world are suddenly their greatest source of hope.

This series is intended for an adult audience.

Tribute


It’s not easy being the daughter of a love god. Well…for Hazel parts of it are easy. Like the riches, the fashion, and the cushy job. But she wants no part of her father’s world, especially its men. Unfortunately, her effect on human men makes a normal relationship impossible. So when she meets Ian – ostensibly as an Otherworld go-between – his resistance to her fae charms is instantly intriguing. And whether she likes it or not the two of them are about to be drawn into a conflict with a legendary race over an impossible tribute. Can they face the cost when Otherworld’s enemies are denied what they seek?    

Read the first three chapters.





Vessel


Eddie Drake, notorious agent of the Sidhe Authority, has always been a womanizer. So he’s loath to admit when he can’t get a certain black-haired witch out of his mind. But can Drake, the fae enforcer, protect Alise when she gets mixed up in plots being incited among the Sidhe? When Alise Rodgers wakes up in Otherworld, a mysterious connection to the place haunts her. And then there’s a more immediate concern – she would never have expected to find Drake sitting vigil for her. While she’s grateful, she’s not at all interested in his bedroom eyes. But they must work together after Alise discovers a rebellious plot brewing among the Sidhe, and puts her life on the line in the bargain.

Read the first three chapters.


Flight

Nathan Jeffries doesn’t entirely understand his affinity for hawks, until he finds he can shift into one. Fae blood is to blame for his good looks and luck with the ladies – but now that luck has turned. Nathan is on an Otherworld assassin’s hit list, and the only person stepping forward to help him just may be playing for the other side in the Sidhe Blood Wars. Tessa Anndrais isn’t sure where she stands. When Abarta – the assassin – threatens to reveal a family secret, she’s determined to protect her own. She’s never approved of thinning Sidhe blood by mixing with humans. Yet she finds herself watching Nathan, the half-human son of the Lord of the Skies, with enough approval to keep her warm all through the night.

Read the first three chapters.



Descent


When Rosa Elizar thinks of her ex, they aren’t kind thoughts. Mikhail left her, pregnant and alone, four years ago. She can take care of herself; she’s the Guardian of Dubhros and quite skilled at doing so. But Mikhail’s sudden reappearance comes with ill tidings of an Otherworld war – one Rosa is, by birthright, right smack in the middle of. After all this time, can Rosa trust Mikhail with her precious daughter…and her heart? Mikhail Anndrais has carried his regrets like another sort of armor, every single day since he left Rosa beyond the veil, to raise their child alone. At a time of great danger for his people, the Sidhe, Mikhail must convince Rosa to bring their daughter to Otherworld. Only there, together, will they be able to keep her safe. 





Shield



Hell will be unleashed in the human world in just days, as the Sidhe battle their ancient enemy, the Fomorii. But Eva Parker has no way to know that when she’s torn out of her now-civilian existence by creatures her rational mind has trouble accepting. They steal her dinner, and stow her in a dank cell for good measure. In the Fomorii cells she meets Joel, a haunted man with a strange ability to rival her own. They’re going to need all of their skills to get out of here. Except that once they do, the rabbit hole just keeps sucking until they’re so deep in an Otherworld war that there’s no way to get out – until it’s over.   

Read the first three chapters.