COURT OF MEMORIES
About The Book:
Title: COURT OF MEMORIES Why Choose Fantasy Romance (Forbidden Queen #2)
Author: Dyan Chick
Pub. Date: December 24, 2018
Publisher: Illaria Publishing
Formats: Paperback, eBook
FREE ON KINDLE UNLIMITED!!!
Magic comes with a price. If Cassia wants a happily ever after in the Fae realm, she’ll have to join a brutal fight for a crown she doesn’t even want.
Cassia is so close to the life she always wanted. A changeling who was always out of place in the human world, she is on her way to finding love, magic, and happiness with four Fae princes. The monster threat against her life has been contained. For now. But they are attracted to her power and her untrained magic, and it’s a race against time before they break through again.
And the monsters aren’t the only ones trying to kill Cassia. The Queen’s Trial is approaching, and her power makes her a target and a threat to the other noble houses vying to be queen.
With her enemies piling up and only Four Fae Princes on her side she’s running out of options. There’s only one rule in Queen’s Trial: Survive.
About Book 1
Title: COURT OF SECRETS Why Choose Fantasy Romance (Forbidden Queen #1)
Author: Dyan Chick
Pub. Date: October 15, 2018
Publisher: Dyan Chick
Formats: Paperback, eBook
FREE ON KINDLE UNLIMITED!!!
Four Sexy Fae Princes. A Changeling Fae. A Secret that could end them all.
When Cassia’s wedding is ruined by a monster attack, her whole life changes. Destined for the dull and uneventful life of a Baron’s wife, Cassia always dreamed of more. She never thought it would come in the form of three sexy fae princes.
When she accidentally uses magic, Cassia discovers that she’s not human. She’s a changeling, a fae hidden in the human world. She no longer belongs in the human realm, but she won’t survive on her own in Faerie.
Now, her only hope is the three sexy fae princes who saved her life on her wedding day. On the run from the monsters that attacked her, Cassia must help the princes hunt them down. Her life depends on them, and by the time this is over, they might need her as much as she needs them.
Court of Secrets is a full-length Reverse Harem Fantasy Novel
Book 1 of 4
“Cassia, it’s daybreak,” Ethan said gently.
Groggily, I opened my eyes and blinked up at Ethan’s handsome face. I greeted him with a sleepy smile and reached my fingers toward his cheek, brushing them against his skin. As confident as I had been before I went to bed last night, I still wanted to make sure this was all real. I wanted to make sure that Ethan was still here, and that he was still mine. “Good morning.”
Ethan leaned down and kissed my forehead. “Breakfast is ready and soon it will be time to go.”
“She going to come? Or am I going to have to carry her down?”
I turned toward the newcomer and couldn’t help but smile at Dane’s huge grin. “She’s coming,” I said, throwing the covers off of me. Though, part of me wasn’t completely opposed to the idea of Dane throwing me over his shoulder. A vision flashed through my mind and I saw the world from upside down as Dane walked with me over his shoulder. It faded nearly as quickly as it had arrived, leaving me with a smile. “Can you imagine the look on Cormac’s face if you came down to breakfast carrying me?”
“It would be pure jealousy,” Dane said. “And worth every second.” He charged me, ducking down to scoop me up and throw me over his shoulder, just as I had visualized.
I squealed and giggled as Dane raced out of the room causing me to bob up and down on his muscled shoulder. “Dane, put me down, you beast!”
“Not until I see that look on Cormac’s face,” Dane said.
From my vantage point, I had a very clear view of Dane’s firm buttocks and I felt my cheeks heat at the memory of him without his clothes on. I looked up to see Ethan trailing behind us, laughing.
“I’m not healing you if Cormac decides to punch that grin off your face,” Ethan said.
“It’ll still be worth it,” Dane said.
I’d given up asking for him to put me down, I was laughing too hard to speak anymore anyway. The mood was lighter this morning now that the Sodalis were gone and everyone had a full night’s sleep. No one seemed all that bothered by the fact that we had to go see the Queen. And I wondered how much of that was for my benefit and how much of it was because of their station.
I tried not to think about how my father had reacted every time someone with higher rank than him came by our house. He was a ball of stress, preparing and working round-the-clock to placate and impress other human beings who had nothing on him other than a title. Yet, when those people were around each other, there was no sense of fear or anxiety. My males were all royalty themselves. And though I didn’t understand the way the Fae Court worked, I still knew they were high-ranking enough that going to see the Queen wasn’t the same as someone like me going to see her.
Dane took the stairs carefully down to Tristan’s grand dining hall. I couldn’t see what was in front of us, so I watched Ethan’s face to get a sense of how Cormac was going to react to the three of us acting like children.
Ethan pressed his lips together, trying to maintain some sense of decorum so I knew Cormac was in the room.
“I brought you something,” Dane said.
I could only assume he was speaking to Cormac. Then, Dane burst out laughing and Ethan joined him.
“Just put her down,” Cormac said.
“Now I understand how Faerie lost the Winter Court,” Tristan said. “The second you think you’ve defeated your foes, you begin to celebrate.”
“Not all of us,” Cormac said. “And we granted the Winter Court its succession; the Winter Court didn’t earn it.”
The mood in the room shifted. It felt like every speck of happiness had been sucked out.
Dane set me down on the ground. “You know, the Winter Court could learn a lot from us. When you’re kind to females and make them laugh, you don’t have to force them to come to you.”
My story is probably similar to a lot of other writers out there. As a kid, I was creative, imaginative, and loved to write. I’d write scripts for plays and make my sisters act them out. I got excited about the writing prompts for standardized tests in elementary school. I started writing my first (unfinished) novel in 5th grade. Then started another one in middle school. For a long time, I was a closet writer. I didn’t tell anybody that I had a hard drive full of abandoned stories. After years of not finishing anything, I finally took the plunge and started taking writing, and myself as a writer, seriously. My first novel, Heir of Illaria, published January 23, 2017. Book 2 is right around the corner. It’s gone from closet hobby to full on addiction. Thankfully, I have a wonderfully supportive husband who doesn’t look at me like I’m crazy when I talk about my characters as if they’re real.
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