A Faire Keltic Renaissance by *lizzie starr

A Faire Keltic Renaissance

by*lizzie starr

Kobo ebook | August 29, 2013

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It ain't easy being fey and the subject of prophecy.

When her uncle disappears into the world between worlds, Lucidea discovers it ain't easy being fey. Especially when he had no idea her father wasn't human. Now, as the half Alfar-Sindhu heir, she's forced to assume the leadership of a parallel, underwater world.

Then she meets Jaysson Zeroun...

...who has Otherworldly issues of his own. Once again evil plagues his clan and protecting a newborn child takes priority over personal dreams. When Lucidea offers a solution, the family accepts and Jayse willingly accompanies them to Scotland. He just doesn't know how Lucidea will react to the news he's a quarter Faerie.

Three worlds are in danger. Ancient prophecy might defeat the separate evils, but will it also bring them love?


Books of the Double Keltic Triad

By Keltic Design

Fires of a Keltic Moon

Keltic Flight

Wild Keltic Carouselle

Keltic Dreams

A Faire Keltic Renaissance


Short excerpt:

'Tis almost fairy time. How could he make love to her—even contemplate the feel of her, welcoming and surrounding him—when he hadn't told her about his family's true nature? Long ago he'd vowed never... unless his partner knew.


"Yeah, baby?' The roughness of his voice sounded as if the tones carried every bit of desire and longing within him. Did she notice?

"Let's go to bed."

Was this the invitation he ached for, or simply an expression of her weariness? Whichever it was, he wouldn't... couldn't push her if she wasn't ready. The signals her body gave—oh, God. He closed his eyes. And his body received, translated into a desire he prayed matched his.

With a light touch he wrapped his fingers around her wrist and moved her hand from his skin. He kept her fingers in his and helped her to rise. Hand in hand they walked toward their bedrooms.

He paused before her door and she leaned close to kiss him. He waited, but she didn't deepen or prolong the contact. "Good night, Jayse."

So. This was how it would be. He swallowed his disappointment and stroked her cheek with the backs of his fingers. "Night, Dea Annie."


Title:A Faire Keltic RenaissanceFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:August 29, 2013Publisher:elizabeth strubleLanguage:English

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