Snow is a special girl with a special gift. She’s a Winter Fae, and a princess, but she doesn’t know that yet. Being raised in the human world with her best friend Tucker and her grandmother has shielded her from reality. They have kept her true identity hidden from her to keep her safe.
Snow had been safely hidden, until now. A Summer Fae has uncovered their secret, and he’s come to take her to the Fae world.
Everything Snow has known changes in an instant when she’s taken through a portal. The Fae world is much harsher than the Human world that she had become comfortable with. She’s got a lot to learn, and quickly. The first thing she learns is that Winter Fae and Summer Fae don’t mix. Unfortunately, that doesn’t stop her from getting attached to the very Fae that had kidnapped her.
Forest, her captor, fights against the connection that seems to be pulling Snow and him together. When Snow pushes to get closer his defenses come crashing down. For Snow, everything seemed to be coming together. She was finding her place in this world. That joy is short-lived when her world once again becomes unraveled.
What Forest and Snow feel can never be, she has to return to her kingdom and he has to flee.
Soon Snow finds herself safely at home with her father, the King. Snow settles into her new role as Princess, but that doesn’t erase what she felt for the Summer Fae. Her heart longs for him and then breaks when unexpected news reaches her of his untimely demise.
She finds herself finding comfort in a set of familiar arms, Everest, a half-breed who reminds her of everything that she lost. He mends her heart while keeping her safe.
That doesn’t stop danger from finding Snow.
No matter what she does her world keeps falling apart around her. Every decision she makes places her on different paths to her future, but which is the right one to follow.
Snow must decide which path to take or risk it all. Will fate intervene or will someone else decide for her? Will love be able to triumph? Only the future knows.
Amazon Link: A Touch of Frost (The Winter Fae Book 1)
Book Two – A Whisper of Winter
Snow’s life is spinning even further out of her control. What should have been a happy moment had turned into something dark. The moment haunts her sleep, and when she’s awake, Snow is continuously reminded of the path that had been forced upon her.
Forest was not the Fae that she had originally thought he was.
Thankfully Everest was still close. Although being near him was painful. Snow longed to be in his arms, but Forest had forbidden it. Snow was Forest’s future queen, and nothing she did or said was going to change his mind.
The news of their union had traveled quickly, but the kingdoms hadn’t taken it very well. The majority of their people didn’t want the Summer and Winter Fae kingdoms united.
Unfortunately, anger and hatred for their future union places a target on Snow’s back.
Just when Snow begins to forgive Forest, she is nearly poisoned to death. Thankfully, she is saved by Everest at the last second. Forest and Everest quickly realize that an attempt on her life will happen again unless they do something drastic. They must set their differences aside to keep anyone from taking Snow away from them both forever.
Of course, the path they take to keep Snow safe ends up placing her into someone else’s grasp, someone far more dangerous than any beast in the Forgotten Forest.
Once Aspen, the Dragon Clan’s king, has his sights set on Snow, there is no escape.
Some quick thinking on Snow’s part ends up keeping her from being alone with this new threat. She manages to keep Everest by her side thanks to a few little white lies, but they are forced to leave Forest behind in a vulnerable position in the middle of the Forgotten Forest.
Now, instead of traveling to safety, Everest and Snow are forced to go into the unknown.
They must work together to escape Aspen’s kingdom while keeping their true feelings towards each other hidden. That almost becomes an impossible task as the situation pushes Everest and Snow even closer than before. The only thing keeping them apart is Snow’s love for Forest. No matter how much she hates what he’s done, she can’t deny her connection to Forest.
If or once she’s free from Aspen, Snow will have to make a choice.
Snow’s life and future hangs in the balance, but she isn’t going to give up.
Will they escape, or will Snow be forced to watch the two Fae she’s come to love disappear from her life forever? Will she ultimately end up alone? Only fate has the power to decide what Snow’s future might hold.
Amazon Link: A Whisper of Winter (The Winter Fae Book 2)