As a child, I believed in the fairytales my father told me.
Until he was gone and with him, that belief.…
As a girl, I believed in the friendship and protection of Aden.
He made me begin to believe again.
As a woman, I believed in the possibility of love and passion between myself and Aden.
Until he was gone and with him, my belief in magic and happy endings.
When she was a child, I was tasked with her protection.
As a girl, I became her friend.
As a woman, I could no longer see the child I knew and was forced to fight a growing attraction.
Unable to lie and unable to tell the truth, I left.
Now I’ve returned to give the knowledge I couldn’t before, that she is half Fae.
The darkness is stalking her and I am desperate to teach her what she needs to know to protect herself.
And determined to make her mine.
I always enjoy fae stories they often follow light and dark with no in-between which is rare yes 90% of the time they live it but at some point in the story you have to choose light or dark. Just the way of lost girl fae laws and fae are always tricky and therefore always make a great story.