Spellmeet: Faerie Crossed Book 3

Spellmeet: Faerie Crossed Book 3

by Angelica R. Jackson

Narrated by Brenda Scott Wlazlo

Unabridged — 7 hours, 48 minutes

Spellmeet: Faerie Crossed Book 3

Spellmeet: Faerie Crossed Book 3

by Angelica R. Jackson

Narrated by Brenda Scott Wlazlo

Unabridged — 7 hours, 48 minutes

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Overview

Faerie and the human world may have survived near-annihilation, but that doesn't mean everything is flowers and singalongs for the residents of the now-combined lands. 

Humans are coming to terms with finding chunks of a realm they didn't know existed dumped into their neighborhoods, plus the Fae Court is a bloody battleground for wannabe ruling families. Dropped in the middle of the chaos is Spellmeet, a Wild-West border town where refugees and opportunists try to make a living despite unstable magic and technology. 

The only thing all the survivors agree on is that the fugitive Avery Flynn should pay for her part in the worlds' devastation-which will make it that much harder for Avery and Lonan to come out of hiding and find the next Sovereign, like they promised Queen Maeve.

 Meanwhile, a Fae princess named Brynn flees an arranged marriage and discovers that the unique powers that got her shunned in Faerie make her a hot commodity in Spellmeet. Too bad her toxic family can't stand that she's leaving them behind...

 Told in dual points-of-view, this conclusion to the Faerie Crossed series answers the question, “What if it's not all about Avery?”


Product Details

BN ID: 2940176767162
Publisher: Crow & Pitcher Press
Publication date: 10/24/2022
Series: Faerie Crossed , #3
Edition description: Unabridged
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