In TWELVE DAYS OF FAERY, King Markon of Montalier is at the end of his tether. His son, Prince Parrin, is afflicted by a nasty curse that brutally attacks any woman with whom he so much as flirts.
Markon, accompanied by a mysterious enchantress, must enter Faery to break the curse. He’s collecting clues, but she seems to be collecting shards of an ancient, broken sword…
Rafiq has FIRE IN THE BLOOD. When the crafty Prince Akish attempts to rescue Princess Kayami Koto from a dragon-guarded and enchanted keep, it seems only sensible to bring his own dragon. Bound to Akish by an old, spiteful piece of magic held in a single shard of an ancient sword, Rafiq has no choice but to help.
There to assist is serving maid Kako– mistress of many secrets, and perhaps the only person who can free Rafiq from his bondage.
Llassar is feeling THE FIRST CHILL OF AUTUMN. Fae began to filter slowly into the land shortly after the birth of the crown princess, Dion ferch Alawn, and now there isn’t a town in Llassar that isn’t under their control.
To unite her country and save her world, Dion ferch Alawn must gather all the shards of the Broken Sword that will seal away Faery once and for all.
BONUS CONTENT: A never-before-published short story featuring Carmine and Fancy
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About the Author
W.R. Gingell is a Tasmanian author who loves reading, bacon, and slouching in front of the fire to write.
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Loved the story.
The author created multilayered characters and weaved them together in unexpected ways. A satisfying conclusion was awaiting as I read.
Loved this trilogy and how the stories relate to one another. The first is a magical whodunit with some romance. The second is a magical test/trial with a twist (or two). The third book is a very condensed save the people from opressors using a magical artifact we have to find kind of deal. I loved the first two books. The third was probably my least favorite plot-wise. There is a lot of ground to cover - heroine sees the light, escapes on a quest, frees her people, sacrifices are made - and there are only so many pages to tell it in. So you do not get the depth you feel in the first two. However, the cameos make up for the quick pace. Overall it is a fun, original, and entertaining whimsical read.
I've loved all her books. Interesting characters, unique plots. Plenty of lighthearted moments.