Faeries play a game mortals cannot win... or can they?
Lily Boyd has made many mistakes: she has trusted blindly, she has freely given her name and she has indebted herself to faeries both dark and light. It seems she's already lost the game, but she still has one winning card up her sleeve: the Wild Horn, the one item of power that can summon the unstoppable Wild Hunt.
With the balance between Seelie and Unseelie Courts in her hands, Lily must wisely choose her allies: should she side with Cadowain, the light Knight who swore to help her find her missing grandmother? Or should she keep trusting Troy, the dark Trickster who has the power to command her at will through her True Name?
Either way, Lily needs to keep her head and formulate a plan to find her grandmother before it's too late. She needs to remind the immortal faeries that she, too, is willing to play... and they're not unbeatable.
When playing for the win, do not lose sight of what you're willing to sacrifice
The Complete Faerie Sworn Series
Short story 0.5: Faerie Nights (available via the author's email list)
Book 1: The Wild Hunt
Short story 1.5: Faerie Oaths (available via the author's email list)
Book 2: The Wild Curse
Novella 2.5: Faerie Hearts
Book 3: The Wild Herald
About the Author
Ron C. Nieto was born not that long ago in a bustling European city. There were no castles and definitely no princes whatsoever, and she can’t recall any fairy looming over her cradle, but she was awarded a gift of sorts: a wild imagination combined with a love for words.
She always knew she wanted to be a writer: actually, she doesn't recall ever striving to be anything else.
Well, past that amusing stage wherein she insisted on being Batman, that is.
While Ron still loves comics and superheroes, cheesecake is a better bribe these days if you're trying to hurry up the release of her next book. Even virtual cheesecakes in her mailbox can do the trick, sometimes.
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Interesting telling of faerie story