Deadly Fairy Tales

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The Seer (Deadly Fairy Tales, Book 1 & Compendium)

Fairy tales aren’t supposed to be deadly, but anything can happen on Halloween night in Salem … even a human sacrifice. 

When a supernatural beast brutally murders a sixteen-year-old girl on Halloween, her soul is reawakened as an OtherWorldly being with ginormous wings, invisibility, and a profound need for retribution. Now the Seer, destined to serve the Order—a clandestine organization fated to protect druids, vates, bards, and ancient Celtic magic—has to live in a world she can’t comprehend. Isolated and confused, she rejects her calling and seeks solace in the one thing she believes is real: her connection to Locke, only he can’t see her, or feel her presence.

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The Seer learns Locke is an ExtraOrdinary, and convinced it’s her job to protect him, she follows him to Blessingston, a school for other Celtic witches and warlocks. Determined to warn Locke of the danger he’s in and regain the life she lost, The Seer sets out to discover the truth behind the Order. Unfortunately, those who are like her, fear her, and only one acknowledges her existence—Tristan, a Guardian sentenced to defend the Order at all costs.

Soon Tristan discovers something sinister, something that cannot only destroy the Seer, but the Order itself.

To protect the one she loves, the Seer must join forces with Tristan and save the thing responsible for taking her away from the world to which she desperately wants to return.   


The Seer

All's Fair in Vanity's War (Deadly Fairy Tales 2)

A powerful vate and the last in her line, Keleigh denies the potent magic singing through her blood because she wants to be Ordinary.

Keleigh has the ability, but not the training, to save her parents from slaughter by beasts most only see in horror movies. But after they perish, her mother reaches out from the OtherWorld, freeing Keleigh from her oath never to practice magic and imploring her to find an ancient relic powerful enough to destroy this realm.

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 Keleigh, no longer able to deny her true calling, begrudgingly turns to her sworn enemy for help. Locke is a damaged druid whose family is entrusted with keeping witches cloaked in the Ordinary world in Salem. But Locke has a mission of his own, one that might not align with Keleigh’s.

Can the two come together to find the ancient artifact in time to save each other and the world from plunging into compete chaos?

This fairy tale is about to become deadly because all’s fair in vanity’s war.

Something Greedy This Way Comes (Deadly Fairy Tales 3)

Hidden deep within this realm lays a magical object, one powerful enough to destroy the world. Charged with protecting the ancient artifact, the Sisters will manipulate anyone to keep it safe. Determined to claim the relic as their own, the ShiningOnes will stop at nothing to infiltrate our realm and retrieve it. The Elders, desperate to acquire the relic, will sacrifice anyone to declare it theirs.

Locke’s magical legacy wasn’t enough to save the girl he loved, but now even more is at risk. Now he must use all he’s learned since the Seer’s death to safeguard Keleigh and locate the ancient relic before the others. 

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 Ignoring the warnings of other witches, Locke and Keleigh use clues within her mother’s messages to search for the object—because if they don’t find it first, the battle brewing between sacred knowledge and modern communication will destroy everything—even their love.

When fairy tales hold ancient secrets, many may have to be revealed because something greedy this way comes. 


Praise:
"I love all the detail in the book. The author truly knows how to draw you in and works so well you can see yourself in the place of the tale. Dark, romantic and witty story. I can't wait to read the full book." Vennessa M. Gatlin 
"Celtic lore with a twist of American style." Amy @Read to My Heart's Content 
"It had action, suspense, paranormal components and mythology, as well as, romance."
Amazon Customer
"brilliant action-packed fantasy adventure filled with humor and shrouded with mystery." SacredmOOn
"Well thought-out world building and plot line! Fascinating concept. And the emotional aspects of the story tied me into knots." Rita Webb