New things coming to United Faedom
A wrong turn causes a chain of events that will awaken not only good but an evil that has been searching for them.
Magical worlds will come together to battle help battle a war, and a family past they never knew existed.
Kesta is struggling with losing her long-time job, a divorce from an abusive partner, and the loss of her beloved dog when her sister suggests a family road trip. A wrong turn leads them to a secluded diner, dangerous clientele, and a distorted rescue. As if their trip wasn't bad enough a bad GPS signal leads them to a forest of cloaked figures equipped with inhuman abilities meant to kill them.
~A banshee wail in the distance sent chills down my spine. Kharis
protectively placed herself in front of me as the threat of the ghostly holler
breathed through the trees, causing the leaves to shiver.
~Knight extended a hand to me and I reluctantly took it, gingerly stepping into his embrace. My nostrils
filled with his scent, sweet and tart, a minty musk I couldn’t place. He didn’t
smell like an elf, although, I wasn’t sure how they smelled. Like cookies?
Cakes? Either way, Knight was more masculine than I expected. Maybe it was his
shapeshifter side making him the Alexander Skarsgard of elves.~
~My attention returned to
the tree as the sounds of stretching rubber and cracking wood emerged from the
shifting oak. My eyes widened and Kharis leaned back as the oak tree changed
its shape. It slowly separated from itself to form an archway in its center. A
soft, gold flickering hue emitted from inside a newly formed doorway and Knight
now stood to the side, his head bowed.~
Join the sisters for the beginning of their journey in The Chronicles of Fey trilogy. Follow Kesta and Kharis in this re-edited, and modernized manuscript originally published in 2010.
Step into the fae ring and watch us dance to the beat of magic. -©2019,United Faedom Publishing
Come Fairies, take me out of this dull world, for I would ride with you upon the wind and dance upon the mountains like a flame! - William Butler Yeats