A Fae King, a human woman, and immortality.
Released on 18th July 2018, Daughter of the Dark Moon is a fantasy that brings romance and a little erotica to the world of the Fae.
Daughter of the Dark Moon is the third book in the Twin Moon Saga, but don’t worry, you don’t need to read the first two books to understand what’s going on. While set in the same world, each book in the saga so far is a standalone, which gives us a chance to dive into the saga wherever we want.
Books one and two: Daughter of the Twin Moons and Daughter of the Deepwood follow a similar formula to the newly released Daughter of the Dark Moon which follows a young woman, Corinne, as she is claimed by the Unseelie King, Uberon, to be his mate.
I have to confess I was drawn in by the book’s cover which is simple, yet magical. Fae fantasies are on the rise in the indie publishing world, and I still haven’t read one, but I get the feeling this will be my first!
So far, Daughter of the Dark Moon. has one five star review on Amazon, and although this is by the book’s editor, I have confidence that this editor knows a good book when she sees one:
“These characters are so well-drawn that you don’t want the book to end. The Unseelie King is the man every woman wants, and that he dipped into 21st century Ohio to find his soul-mate from the fantastical fae realm that is his homeland is just so juicy!”
Daughter of the Dark Moon is currently available on Amazon for 99c in e-book format, and I advise buyers to start with this one if your book budget is tight, as book one is nearing $5. However, all three books are available for free on Kindle Unlimited.
“Worlds fear the powerful, ruthless, and cold-hearted Unseelie king. Deposed and his kingdom conquered, Uberon answers the call of a young human woman’s soul and claims her as his mate. Corinne’s clever mind captivates him, her compassion intrigues him, her beauty enchants him, and her body stokes his libido like nothing else ever did or could.
Discovering that myths and legends really are based in fact, Corinne soon learns her fate as the Unseelie king’s chosen mate and the consequences of fae immortality as she adapts to a new world and her relationship with Uberon develops. She revels in Uberon’s passion and shoulders the burden of power and responsibility beyond anything she ever dreamed.”
*Pricing information correct at time of publication of this post.
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