The Faerie King

The Faerie King

For lovers of Holly Black and Sarah J. Maas. I am currently querying agents with my debut novel, The Faerie King.

Rumpelstiltskin

Rumpelstiltskin is my third book, complete at 80,000 words. When the person famous for making bargains that will break you also happens to know every little thing about you, what hope do you have of making it out alive?

The Faerie King

The Faerie King is the first novel I wrote. Scroll down to find out what it’s about.

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This reverse harem book might not have a name, but it is complete at 80,000 words. When Raina journeys into the unknown to kill the singing warlocks drowning her village in sand, she quickly learns that her life and freedom will depend on working with them, rather than against them. Can she ever really learn to trust the people who killed her dad and enslaved her mum?

Join Elysia as She Tries to Escape Faerieland

Don’t touch garden gnomes; don’t talk to trees; if a bird watches you for too long, run away; and most of all, always, don’t go too deep into the forest—the list of rules Elysia grew up with didn’t make it easy for her to sneak out and meet her hovering guardian angel, Dae, the little boy with goats horns and silvery eyes who watches her grow up from deep within the forest thicket.

Still, somehow, she found a way. And kept finding a way night after night, even when his horns grew into a dark halo, his cheeks sharpened out into knives, and his eyes hardened with secrets. Even when his long restless fingers tap-tap-tapped as he struggled to come to a decision—what that decision was, she wasn’t sure. Even when he threw her against a tree and told her never, ever to kiss anyone else as long as she lived.

Sure, he’s got secrets. And dark impulses. But she has secrets too. Ones she’ll take to her grave. Ones she’ll hide—even from herself.

But when Elysia’s Dad dies and Dae kidnaps her, depositing her in a magical land far from earth to work as a slave for the evil Faeries and Jinn, Elysia realises it’s time to come to grips with who she is, what she’s hiding, and what she feels for Dae…and…Obi?

The Faerie King takes you for an adventure through three magical realms, the streets of London, and a little village in Devon. Told through the eyes of a seventeen year old girl who can talk to trees (and sometimes, through a 306 year old God of Death and Darkness), The Faerie King explores powerlessness, betrayal, cruelty and death in a twisty, sometimes harrowing, sometimes naughty tale of one girl figuring out that maybe she’s not as much of a good girl as she’s been letting on.

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