Welcome to the Fair Isle
Learn more about characters from The Fair Isle Trilogy, see my inspiration for the books, and get sneak peeks and bonus content.
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There are Fae far worse than me lurking in the woods…
I am Aspen, King of the Autumn Court. With me lies the great and terrible burden of hosting this century’s Hundred Year Reaping. Two human girls will be sent to my palace. I’ll hold not only their lives but also the fate of the Fair Isle in my hands.
I get to decide whether peace is maintained…or left to crumble beneath the tides of war.
Wouldn’t you know, it’s a bloody, rotting chore.
To Rule a Fae Throne is a short story prequel leading up to Book One in the Fair Isle Trilogy, To Carve a Fae Heart. Read the events brought King Aspen and Evelyn Fairfield together for the first time. Their meeting didn’t just change Evelyn’s life. It changed Aspen’s too. See what it looked like through Aspen’s eyes! Download FREE.
Every young woman dreams of marrying a royal. A king, a prince, it doesn’t matter, so long as he’s richer than sin and handsome enough to fake a smile at. What else could a girl ask for?
Well, a working brain, for starters. And I do suggest all young women have one of those. That way, she’d know marrying a royal would be The. Worst. Thing.
You see, here in Eisleigh, all young women are eligible to be married off to a king. There’s just one problem.
He’ll probably eat you before you make it to your wedding bed. Read the full excerpt here.
We’re going to war.
The dining room at Bircharbor Palace feels like it’s growing smaller, shrinking around its three occupants—Aspen, Foxglove, and me—until it’s nothing more than a pinprick of light. The summer heat wafting through the open expanse cut from the wall behind me sends waves of dizziness to my head. I take in a deep breath, then another, but I can’t seem to get enough air.
I jump to my feet as Foxglove enters the room. “What do you mean I’m not going to like it? Where is Aspen? Is he all right?”
“He’s fine,” Foxglove says. “The threat has been dealt with, and the king is uninjured.”
I let out a sigh of relief. “Where is he now?”
“He’s in his study, but that’s not why I came here. I came to talk to you myself. There are…things I think you have the right to know…
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