The Fae Effect: Some Like it Haunted

The Fae Effect: Some Like it Haunted

by P. Stormcrow
The Fae Effect: Some Like it Haunted

The Fae Effect: Some Like it Haunted

by P. Stormcrow



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A faery prince and a human savior... Keenan must dare to believe or pay the price and lose them both.

As a diehard science nut, Keenan O'Brien's passion is debunking legends for her YouTube channel. So when her friend dares her to sleep in a fairy mound on All Hallows' Eve, she jumps at the chance to prove that faeries don't exist.

Or so she thought.

There, she meets Aegnus, a gorgeous silver-haired musician, who offers proof otherwise. Unable to resist, she follows him to the rave of a lifetime. But once there, her skepticism lands her in a heap of inexplicable trouble with a so-called faery queen.

To survive, Keenan must set aside her disbelief to accept the help of Liam, the hot and dominant human cop who claims responsibility in caring for those who have tangled with the Fae. But his own family has a secret, one that can only worsen her plight. Now, with some help from the faery prince who had drawn her there in the first place, the two must race against time to free her from the queen's hold. Because they find that once Faerie has claimed someone, it does not like to let go.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781839434464
Publisher: Totally Entwined Group
Publication date: 10/27/2020
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Pages: 99
File size: 761 KB

About the Author

P. Stormcrow has always been an avid reader across the fantasy and sci fi genres but early on, found herself always looking for the love story in each book. Coming to terms with her love for love later in life, she now writes steamy romances that examine social norms and challenge conventional tropes of the genre, usually on her phone. And yes, she has walked into walls and poles doing so.
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