Black Friday 99 cent New Release!
Fae Princess is out now, and just a click away. You can get this new book on Amazon for only 99 cents through Black Friday weekend, but hurry, the price goes up to $2.99 after that. It’s also available in paperback for only $13.99.
Keep reading for an exclusive excerpt from Fae Princess.
But first, the blurb:
A war fueled by hatred. A girl pushed in the middle.
Humans and Fae are at war—a war Brinna Rogers wants nothing to do with. She is content living with her parents, going to school, and pretending the streets aren’t filled with fighting. Until she has no choice but to face it.
On her way home one damp night, danger strikes, thrusting Brinna down a rabbit hole of change. A binding spell snaps, and she finds out she has been lied to her whole life. She isn’t a human like she thought. Instead, she is Fae, and not just any. Her name is Brinna Blackshadow and she is a Fae Princess.
Within moments, she is shoved over the edge of reality, plummeting straight down until she crashes head first into the war. In order to break free, she must strike a deal with the leader of the human army—one that makes guilt rise to the forefront.
Because when you strike a deal with the devil, you might pay with more than your soul.
Fae Princess is the first installment of The Blackshadow Chronicles. It will appeal to fans of Sarah J Maas’s ACOTAR series and Julie Kagawa’s The Iron Fey Series.
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And now, an exclusive excerpt from Fae Princess:
I opened the bag, and inside there were at least a dozen clear plastic vials with covered needles at the bottom. Pulling one out, I held it up in the car between us. “What exactly is this?” My heart raced with fear. Why did Logan have what looked like immunization shots I used to get at the doctor’s? And why did he look like he might be sick the moment he laid eyes on the shot?
“It’s a drug. I’m not sure what it’s called, I never asked. It isn’t my job to ask. It’s my job to execute the attacks.”
I quirked my eyebrows toward him. What was Logan talking about? I wanted to ask, but fear held my tongue, made me swallow it so I couldn’t get any more words out.
But, he read my quirked eyebrows as a signal. “Wondering why I have a bag full of hypodermic needles filled with a fluid to make sure people black out and don’t wake up for a while? I’m a soldier, Brinna. One of the Fae soldiers, so when I leave the compound, it’s because I have a mission, a job if you will. Usually I’m going after human soldiers, and usually, they don’t put up much of a fight.”
I’m sure the edges of panic showed through my widened eyes, slightly parted mouth, and heavier than normal breathing. Logan was a soldier. He’d been a soldier since I’d met him. My head spun. I didn’t know what to think. I could hardly breathe. But yet, when I looked at Logan, he looked as panicked as I did. Maybe he’d thought I’d run from him. Maybe he just needed someone to understand who he really was.
“So, you’re a soldier. Okay. I think I can handle that,” I replied, wanting him to know he had me on his side. I wouldn’t turn my back on him. Not now, not ever.
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