fairy tale

  • Tilula by Ann Sepino

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    Once upon a time, there was a man called Indri. He was the son of the frog king and had the features to prove it. Because he was feared for his appearance, his unloved heart hardened and turned black as a frog’s.

    Once upon a time, there was a lady called Tilula. She was the daughter of a merchant and older sister to his favorite son. She was rarely ever appreciated by her family, but this never stopped her from loving those who needed to be loved.

    Through fate and by the merchant’s own doing, Indri and Tilula are thrown together. It is in the forest that he first sets eyes on her beauty. It is in his villa that she first glimpses his wounded soul.

    Can a heart of gold heal one that’s tainted black?

  • Draoithe: Elementals by Ophelia Kee

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    Three dragons fall head over heels for three elemental sisters. Two of the sisters were mistreated and a bit unwilling to just walk away from everything they built before they were abducted. The third is a bit leery of her dragon, but he seems to know exactly the right things to say to make her want to stay. Plus her sister is supposed to be meeting a bear if the dragon knight admits that he belongs to the earth elemental. But loving an elemental is dangerous. They need sedr energy to build large scale magics like sentinel gargoyles. Will the dragons play energy host to three elementals? When it is discovered that the fourth sister is being hunted in their hometown, the dragons will have the chance to prove themselves to their Valkyrie. Failing to rescue the sister will doom the others to the fade. Earth, wind, water, and fire, the spirit elementals come to Draoithe. Explicit sex scenes and uncensored adult themes.

  • Draoithe: Light And Dark Magic by Ophelia Kee

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    Smoke finds his mate. But she is a nephilim, a powerful first order immortal. who has the ability to steal a man’s soul or read his future in his aura. Angel knows Smoke is hers and should belong to her, but she is all alpha even if she has been hurt. Can he convince her to submit to him, or will she just claim him for herself?
    Jewel was gone. They had hurt her too badly, and she had given up. He bled for her to save her and bring her back to him. Blaze’s dark dragon magic saved her but trapped the sorceress in a prison of her own magic. When she found her way back, could she let the kind man help her, or would she be giving up too much to claim her dragon knight?
    Dark and deadly dangerous meets light and the girl next door while the teasing alpha claims a bad boy for her own.

  • After Eternity by Ann Sepino

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    Jack Frost is third in line to his brother’s kingdom, and tasked with guarding the children of the mortal realm. Briella Snow is the Snow Queen of the kingdom of Tundra, and rumored to be fond of abducting mortals. When a boy living in the mortal realm goes missing, Jack knows that there could be no other possible culprit.

    His suspicions are confirmed when he actually meets Briella. She’s pompous, she’s powerful and she’s an icy cold pain in the neck. Then Jack realizes that her icy facade is just an illusion to keep others from discovering her true motive—securing the safety of the supernatural realm against goblins.

    The Snow Queen offers Jack a compromise: she will show him where the boy is in exchange for his helping to misdirect the goblins away from her castle. Both knew they would be risking their lives, not only against the goblins but also each other. What they didn’t expect was that they’d be risking their hearts as well.

    (This is a standalone fantasy romance novel inspired by the tale of The Snow Queen and the legend of Jack Frost.)

  • Florette by Ann Sepino

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    “She didn’t want to find love… until he found her.”

    Florette doesn’t believe in love, especially the kind that involves magical beings with butterfly wings on their backs. She is content to sit in her cottage and finish her clients’ ballgowns in time for the Fall Gatherings. But a stranger comes knocking on her door, and suddenly her convictions about romance and magic start to shatter.

    Blayze knows that because of an existing treaty, he can attend a run of the Fall Gatherings only once, and woo only one woman during that time. But instead of choosing a bride there, he finds himself falling for a reluctant seamstress outside of Flutterfae Grove. However, he soon learns that loving Florette is not so easy, especially when he realizes that her convictions are tied to a cruel past.

    Before the Fall Gatherings end or her past comes back to hurt her, Blayze must convince Florette that their love is real, and she must find the courage to believe him.

    In this standalone novel by Ann Sepino, experience a fairy tale set in the fictional village of Harowe, where an ordinary seamstress might just learn to believe in the magic of love.

  • Beauty and the Beast by KM Shea

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    BEAUTY AND THE BEAST is a retelling of the traditional French fairy tale. It is a story of adventure and prejudice set in a fantasy land lush with magic, assassins, princes, castles, and curses. Filled with humor, deception, and clean romance, it belongs to the series TIMELESS FAIRY TALES.

  • Fae Queen by Lynn Landes

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    Caderyn is on a mission. To design a fairy tale garden for a little girl and put her company, Secret Gardens on the map! She does not have time for romance, and she does not believe in fairy tales.

    But, fate has a mind of its own…

    An ancient race is in need of a savior, and it has chosen Caderyn. In the blink of an eye, she is thrown into the world of the Fae. It is a race against time to save the Fae King, and release him from five hundred years of imprisonment. Beautiful dreams turn to nightmares, as she becomes hunted by the Shadows who enslaved the King.

    An evil alliance are determined to destroy the Fae, and enslave humanity. The destiny of all is in the hands of a woman who has to let go of reality and trust in her heart.

    Caderyn learns that fairy tales do come true, just not always the way you expect.