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A century ago, the fairy crown was stolen from Alina Lehrer's clan, but now the usurper is dead and it's time to reclaim what's theirs. Rylan Jackson, codename Orion, is The Court's most trusted assassin who always gets the job done. Until his target is Alina, the one woman he can’t resist. Fate has placed them on opposing sides for the crown, but Alina soon learns Fate isn't set in stone.
Paranormal & romance, not me, BUT...I enjoyed this tale. That’s how I think of it. A magical fantasy tale. And it’s such a mix of fantasy and the normal that we see every day, I got caught up in it, as if it were real. A rebelling young woman breaking off an arranged engagement Who thinks of mixing a magical fairy kingdom and a hired killer with a conscious? Sounds like James Bond and Cinderella mixed together, doesn’t it? Well it is a little bit. It has some fantasy and some love, and it has plenty of action too.
I have never read another book by Maya Tyler but this one seemed as if it could be read as a stand-alone. It was fast paced, sweet and a little sexy. Is that possible? Seems to be:)
The Fairy’s Quest is Book 3 in a series titled The Magicals. All three books have good reviews. Check them out here. https://amzn.to/3xGCi0C
read an excerpt...
read an excerpt...
She picked up the elegant book. The tangible presence of a sharp pain ripped through her head. No. Not again.
She saw herself sitting, tied to a chair, in the old woman’s living room. The force behind the truth spell pulled the words from her mouth. “I am Alina Lehrer…” The old woman’s cold eyes viewed her with such hatred. Such vile loathing that Alina saw her death foretold in their depths. This is it. I’m going to die. Hopelessness permeated her very being. So many regrets— I’m going to die before I’ve ever lived. She choked on that bitter thought. Sparks arced out of the old woman’s finger as she prepared to cast another spell. Alina closed her eyes, silently begging for salvation and absolution. It was futile to hope for rescue. No one knew where they were; ergo, no one would come to save them. I’m sorry, Mother, I failed you. Again. Despair encased her, weighing her down, covering her like a funeral shroud. Its pungent taste lingered in her mouth as she screamed, freefalling into the dark, an endless chasm created by her defeat. Unable to bear it, she succumbed to the darkness.
Alina Lehrer shook off the unbidden memory. Everything’s okay. I’m safe here.
about Maya Tyler...
Maya Tyler is a multi-published author of paranormal romance novels and blogger at Maya’s Musings (https://mayatylerauthor.blogspot.com/). An avid reader, Maya writes the books she loves to read—romances! Her paranormal romances come with complex plot twists and happily-ever-afters.
When she’s not writing, she enjoys reading, listening to music (alternative rock, especially from the 1990s), practicing yoga, and watching movies and TV.
Maya loves to hear from fellow authors and readers! Please connect with her through social media (see links below).
A Vampire’s Tale: http://tirgearrpublishing.com/authors/Tyler_Maya/a-vampires-tale.htm
A Wizard’s Choice: http://tirgearrpublishing.com/authors/Tyler_Maya/a-wizards-choice.htm
A Fairy’s Quest: http://tirgearrpublishing.com/authors/Tyler_Maya/a-fairys-quest.htm
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