Monday, November 12, 2007

White Fells by R. Garland Gray

White Fells
Faery Faith Series, Book III
R. Garland Gray
Medallion Press, Inc.
December 1, 2007
ISBN# 978-1933836-19-5

Known as the Wind Herald of the Tuatha Dé Dannan, Boyden is a descendant of the Wind King. That’s a part of his life he’d prefer not to acknowledge, but the olden death goddess, Gaoth Shee, never lets him forget. When Lord Amergin and his people invade their lands, Boyden meets Scota, the princess who travels with him. Though he fights the attraction to his enemy, his heart has other plans.

When Scota finds their ship’s captain, Rigoberto, abusing a captive, she steps in to save him from what she’s sure will end in his death. Boyden is a beautiful man, but Scota doesn’t believe in the fey born until she witnesses that which has no other explanation. In an effort to prevent more unnecessary bloodshed, Scota and Boyden team-up to resolve the differences between their people. That may actually be an easier task than finding peace among the fey for their uneasy union.

White Fells is the third book in the Faery Faith Series and can also be read as a stand-alone. When the Wind King finds a princess destined to be his queen, he’ll stop at nothing to ensure their future together. Ms. Gray builds a world filled with the beauty and magic of the fey that’s plunged into the unexpected danger and turmoil of battle. An enchanting fantasy where there’s mayhem at every turn, and a searing passion that won’t be denied.

Kimberly Swan, Darque Reviews

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