Daughter of Oreveille

Overview

Brianna will inherit everything
- if she can play by the rules.

Instead she rejects yet another fine noble of the Faelands in favor of a half-Fae commoner.

The House of Oreveille has been without a Defender since her father's death in the jotnar wars. Her mother's drunkard second husband has neglected his duties; the estate has fallen into ...

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Overview

Brianna will inherit everything
- if she can play by the rules.

Instead she rejects yet another fine noble of the Faelands in favor of a half-Fae commoner.

The House of Oreveille has been without a Defender since her father's death in the jotnar wars. Her mother's drunkard second husband has neglected his duties; the estate has fallen into decay and rumors are flying that the grand house of Oreveille, protector of the border between Gaia and the Faeland for thousands of years, may soon fall.


How much will Brianna be forced to sacrifice to protect the life - and the man - she has chosen?

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780615910390
  • Publisher: Faeland Press
  • Publication date: 11/1/2013
  • Pages: 188
  • Product dimensions: 5.25 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.43 (d)

Meet the Author

Tricia Ballad started making up stories as soon as she was old enough to talk, and began writing them down soon after.

When she could not find a story to fit her mood, she wrote one. And in one way or another, she's been writing ever since.

After spending most of her childhood cavorting with words when she should have been learning algebra, she came up for air in college, did her fair share of stupid things, met the love of her life, and managed to graduate with a degree in creative writing.

Tricia spent the next decade in a haze of sleep deprivation and diapers. When she finally remembered how to sleep again, she returned to writing stories. Her debut novel, Daughter of Oreveille, was released in August 2013.

Tricia lives in Illinois with her husband, four children, and assorted other creatures. She is fairly certain there is a family of coffee-stealing gnomes hiding in the walls.

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