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Farrendel would do anything to keep from killing again…even marry a human princess.

Farrendel Laesornysh, the younger elf prince of Tarenhiel, has become the elves’ foremost warrior. He is no stranger to killing. But when the humans propose a marriage alliance during a diplomatic meeting, he is desperate enough to avoid more killing to agree. Even if, as the elven saying goes, never trust a human bargain. 

Will this marriage alliance bring peace? Or is it a trap? 

This short novella overlaps with the events of book 1 Fierce Heart, giving Farrendel’s perspective on the events. 


In a magical version of Regency England, scandals abound, especially the magical kind. 

Rosalie Klampton is the daughter of a naval admiral. Her father has never been right after his head wound during the battle of Trafalgar, and only Rosie’s determination has kept her family together and out of the poor house. 

When her father tears down the ugly rose draperies in the country house owned by the elusive earl of Warnwick, Rosie finds herself in service to the earl. He has his own problems, mainly the spell turning him into a beast, the fact that all the magical scholars in England haven’t figured out a way to break the spell, and the scandal being a beast has caused. 

It will be up to Rosie to help Lord Warnwick navigate the social Season and evade whoever put the spell on him in the first place. Between the scandals and the French spies, working for an earl-turned-beast may be the least of Rosie’s worries.


The barrier between the Fae Realm and the Realm of Monsters is wearing thin, and on the magical Midsummer Night, monsters will come pouring into the Fae Realm with a vengeance. In order to save the precious Great Library, King Theseus of the Court of Knowledge must secure the help of a warrior court.

Since he has nothing to bargain with except his hand in marriage, he turns to Queen Hippolyta of the Court of Swordmaidens, a court filled with warrior women.

But winning the hand of a swordmaiden isn’t easy, and this librarian king might find out he has taken on far more than what he bargained for. Even worse, he finds himself falling in love, not with Queen Hippolyta, but with the handmaiden Ariadne. Will he have to choose between his heart and saving his Court?