Bride of Fae (Wyrd and Fae Book 2) [NOOK Book]

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In this enchanting paranormal romance, an ordinary inn-keeper finds herself thrust 100 years into the past, where she encounters a banished fairy prince and helps him fight against a tyrannical regent. - BookBub.

A love more powerful than magic or time.

Beverly Bratton has a safe, mundane life. No drama. No magic. Since her parents died, she’s cared for her little sister ...
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Bride of Fae (Wyrd and Fae Book 2)

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Overview

In this enchanting paranormal romance, an ordinary inn-keeper finds herself thrust 100 years into the past, where she encounters a banished fairy prince and helps him fight against a tyrannical regent. - BookBub.

A love more powerful than magic or time.

Beverly Bratton has a safe, mundane life. No drama. No magic. Since her parents died, she’s cared for her little sister and worked at the Tragic Fall Inn. Then a fairy’s charm sends her a hundred years into the past ~ and into the path of a banished fairy prince. Nothing will ever be mundane or safe again.

The Dumnos fae are turning dark. To save them the rightful king, Prince Dandelion, must retrieve the mystical coronation cup which has fallen into human hands. When he meets a human woman with access to the cup, everything changes.

Love for a fairy is rare. Love with a human, impossible. But when Beverly and Dandelion are thrown together in a battle against both wyrd and fae, they learn that in Dumnos the impossible happens every day.
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Editorial Reviews

(Anne Frasier) USA Today Bestselling Author Theresa Weir - Anne Frasier
Magical and lovely. What a delight! L.K. Rigel continues to stretch her fairy wings in Bride of Fae. One of her many strengths is world-building, and she puts that skill into excellent play here. The result is a charming and lovely tale.
Jenn's Review Blog - Jenn Review Blog
COULD.NOT.PUT.THIS.BOOK.DOWN!! Rarely does a book grab me like this one did. This story wisks you away to London and you become entranced with the fairies, pixies, goblins and the humans who interact with them. You get to see the light and dark side of the fairie world and their inner politics and workings. L.K Rigel eloquently describes the scenery and paints such a picture in your head that you want to run away to Faeview. - Jenn's Review Blog
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015018905
  • Publisher: Beastie Press
  • Publication date: 7/24/2012
  • Series: Wyrd and Fae , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 334
  • Sales rank: 216,075
  • File size: 795 KB

Meet the Author

L. K. Rigel lives in California with her television-watching cat, Coleridge. (His favorite show is Castle, but he is enthralled by Game of Thrones.) Rigel wrote songs for the 90's band The Elements, scored the independent science fantasy karate movie Lucid Dreams, and was a reporter for the Sacramento Rock 'N Roll News. Her work has appeared in Literary Mama and Tattoo Highway.

Rigel writes the postapocapunk "Apocalypto" series where human reproduction is threatened and fertile women rent their wombs to the highest bidding kings.

Her Tethers series is about wyrders, fae, goblins, and the humans who love and live with them in Dumnos, a land of mist and rain.

Her short story "Slurp" about an author with muse problems is included in DEADLY TREATS, Anne Frasier's Halloween anthology published by Nodin Press.
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Customer Reviews

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 14, 2012

    Loved,Loved,Loved!!!

    What can I say except I think L.K. Rigel may be a Fae herself, otherwise how could she bring their world to light so well! I loved how this book cleared up any questions I may have had from the first book "Give Me..a tale of wryd and fae". I was absolutely enthralled with this book finding myself reading much later into the night than I should. L.K. Rigel made me feel like maybe it's a possibility the fae are out there and connected to our world! I can't wait to read more of L.K. Rigel's Books!

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted August 11, 2012

    Even better than Give Me - A Tale of Wyrd and Fae (Tethers, Book

    Even better than Give Me - A Tale of Wyrd and Fae (Tethers, Book 1), Bride of Fae includes such wonderful, detailed descriptions of the scenery. The changes in timeline are easier to follow than in Give Me. The costumes are vivid and colorful, beautifully suited to the world of the fae. There is more sex in this book than in any of L.K.'s other books to date, but the amount is just right and fits the circumstances. After all, this is faeworld!

    Over all, L.K.'s writing just gets better and better. If you like Give Me, you will LOVE Bride of Fae.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted August 11, 2012

    I got this book because i enjoyed the first book in the series.

    I got this book because i enjoyed the first book in the series. This book has fairies but is a stand alone book and if anything better then the first. I was a little confused at first because it seamed there were two stories, but then realized there were 2 parallel worlds, and a big part of the story was the ability to move between the two worlds.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 30, 2012

    Everything I'd hoped for and more!

    After reading Give Me – A Tale of Wyrd and Fae and loving it, I really looked forward to the release of Bride of Fae. I wasn't disappointed. This second book in the Tether series is simply awesome and I devoured it. It's even better than the first one, incorporating that story into the weave of enchantment that shines in Bride. Mischief Night is bigger and better than ever as the author takes it to London and shines a spotlight on the Fae and their troublesome ways. A delightful read that I will revisit again as I wait impatiently for the next installment.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 7, 2013

    As good as the first!

    I enjoyed this book as well as the first in this series. I am waiting for a third book. Really thought this was a clever and well written story!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 26, 2013

    Like

    Its so alsome

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 11, 2013

    Pass

    The book jumped around a great deal. I didn't buy into Beverly and Dandelion's love. Will pass on the rest of the series.

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  • Posted September 25, 2012

    L.K. Rigel writes a compelling page-turner with her newest book,

    L.K. Rigel writes a compelling page-turner with her newest book, Bride of Fae. She divulges just the right amount of information to keep the reader searching for one more answer. The story moves quickly but you just never know what is going to happen. Up until the end you will be surprised by the twists and turns in the story. I love books that won't let me put them down.

    The characters are complex and attractive. The love affair between Prince Dandelion and Beverly is what every woman would want with a lover. The draw they have toward each other appeals to the romantic side of the reader. The wonderful character development doesn't end there. From the goblin, Max, in love with Princess Narcissus, a fairy who loves to create mischief, to the evil Regent, Idris, plotting against his own people there are so many complexities to each character that you both love and hate.

    Captivating story from a wonderful storyteller. I will surely be looking for more of L.K. Rigel's stories in the future. She is an author to watch.

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  • Posted September 17, 2012

    Bride of Fae is actually the second book in the series but I hav

    Bride of Fae is actually the second book in the series but I have been told that the plot actually takes place before book one. In other words, it is a prequel. I can tell you that I had a heck of a time putting this book down! I read it on my iPod in about three hours. L.K. Rigel has a masterful way of describing fairies and the world they live in. This story actually bounces between the human realm and the fae realm. Fairies come into the human realm on what we call Halloween where they play tricks and sometimes help out the human race. One Halloween, the fairies came to their most powerful fairy circle to celebrate and crown their new king, King Dandelion. However, the ritual was disturbed. Their sacred cup got into the hands of a human whom Dandelion cursed. The fairies have since been trying to reclaim the cup in order to save their race from their regent king's rule.

    Beverly, the main human of the story, is a believer in the supernatural, at least angels since she firmly believes an angel has been watching over her most of her life. Her suspicions are confirmed when she makes a wish by a sacred tree that sends her back in time to meet Dandelion. They have an instant attraction to one another that is only broken apart by Beverly accidentally wishing herself back to the human realm. She discovers that she is truly in love with Dandelion and does what she has to in order to take care of her sister and try to find Dandelion again. What is surprising to Beverly and the other fairies is that Dandelion has fallen in love with her too. You will have to read the story to see what happens with their relationship. Will Dandelion and Beverly get to be together? Will Dandelion reclaim the fae cup? Will he become the king he was born to be? I will say I LOVED this story and can't wait to have the free time to read the first book in the series.

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    Posted June 18, 2013

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