You gotta love an author who also crafts wonderful faerie dolls. These books sound AMAZING and the doll would look lovely on my desk. I mean on YOUR desk. :p
The Divided Realms, Book 1: Captured
Fifteen-year-old Willow Kingswell has been listening to her Nana’s tales of faeries and enchanted kingdoms for as long as she can remember. But when she is magically transported to the realm of Mistolear, she is stunned to learn that the stories were true, and that she is actually a princess. Suddenly, Willow has to fit into a royal family she didn’t know she had, deal with customs she doesn’t understand and sort out her feelings for Brand, the handsome knight who has sworn to protect her.
On top of everything, she may also be the key to saving Mistolear from a terrifying spell. The nefarious faerie prince Nezeral has pitted two kingdoms against each other in a life-or-death chess match, in which people are the game pieces. As a pawn, Willow now glows with the light of the game and must find the courage and cleverness to battle Nezeral before her loved ones fall. Could a meager pawn really be the most powerful piece on the board? Capturedis the first book in the thrilling Divided Realms series.
The Divided Realms, Book 2: The Darkening
Although life in a magical realm is anything but normal for Princess Willow Farrandale of Mistolear (formerly Willow Kingswell of Earth), she is doing her best to adjust. She is refining her skills at Mage School and spending time with her new friends, especially her sworn knight and protector Brand despite the fact that he drives her mad with his old-fashioned rules about “proper courtship.”The peace does not last, however, as a misstep in Clarion dooms Willow to play another twisted faerie Game. If she loses, faeries will once again be free to wreak havoc in the realms of Mistolear and Earth. The Game Master, King Jarlath of the Unseelie Court, throws Willow and Brand into the Goblin’s Gauntlet where goblins, phookas, and a host of bloodthirsty creatures are on the hunt. In a surprising move, Jarlath sends his own children into the Game as well. Dacia, the female twin, is ruthless and cunning. Theon, the male, is clever, flirtatious, and, like all faeries, devastatingly beautiful. Willow struggles to resist Theon’s charm, while Brand’s jealousy simmers but with the fate of two realms hanging in the balance, both must push their emotions aside. Can Willow and Brand trust the faerie siblings, or is there more than one Game being played?
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