Natalie Danvers lives a picture-perfect life. She has a great boyfriend, a good job she loves, and friends aplenty. But to her, she feels as if she’s merely existing. Something indefinable is missing, which colors every aspect of her life.
When she tumbles head first through a dimensional tear—straight onto a fae lord’s lap—her ordinary life is shaken to the core. Handsome and mysterious, Lorh frustrates her even as he enthralls her. He insists she is stuck in the land of TirAnn for three weeks and only she can discover the reasons behind her appearance there.
Lorh and his siblings have been awaiting Natalie’s arrival for centuries. Now she’s in his arms, and his family’s dearest desire is within reach. But as forgotten memories resurface and collide with reason, will Natalie find what she’s been missing? Or will old enemies destroy any chance of her being the fae lord’s lady?
Targeted Age Group:: Adults
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I love romance and fantasy, so I love to combine those two things in the books I write. For some reason, fae and elven characters hold a lot of fascination for me, and I believe others feel the same.
How Did You Come up With Your Characters?
To tell the truth, I’m not entirely sure. I usually just get a vague idea for the characters and how to portray them. It’s as I write that I see each one developing their own history and personality.
“Unless it’s by our own hand, we cannot choose the time of our deaths any more than humans can, but our years far outlast those of your kind…by millennia.”
Her mind hit a mental barricade. “You’re joking, right?”
“Just accept my people live much longer than yours.”
She scowled. “But how’s that possible?”
“Our inherent magic, which allows us to do spells and charms, affects our physiology.”
She stared blankly at the book-lined wall, gathering her thoughts. So fae could do spells and other such things, and it increased their longevity? Though it shouldn’t be surprising — after all, she was in a mythical land of fairy-tale creatures — his new information blew a gasket in her mind, and she didn’t know what to do with it, except… “Given the difference in our lifespans, I don’t possibly see how I could stay here, even if I wanted to.”
“We can remedy that issue.” He hesitated, discomfort flashing across his face. “If we join through marriage, I can complete a ceremony that will enable you to share my lifespan.”
Stunned disbelief poured over her, and before she could halt them, words exploded from her. “What! Are you crazy? Marriage! Marriage?”
Inside, every alarm blared. Marriage? Whoa! Why would he want to marry her? Sure, he desired to have her here for some cockamamie reason that she couldn’t even begin to understand, but marriage?
“Natalie,” he said in a soothing voice, holding out a hand. “I know this sounds quite shocking, but once you get —”
Lurching out of the chair, she eyed him like the insane man he was. “No, don’t even finish that sentence.” Whirling around, she sprinted toward the exit, but before she could get in more than a few steps, he stood before her.
She shuddered. How…how did he get around his desk so fast?
Lorh placed his hands on her arms, his grip strong but not bruising. “I’m sorry, but I can’t let you run.”
His touch seared through the thin sleeves of her gown and seemed to brand her down to the bone. Panic seized her. This place, this male, they were driving her mad.
Natalie yanked against his hold, wanting — no, needing — to be free. This was all too much. Everything pulled at her — her fright, her strange attraction to Lorh, his mysteriousness, and his latest declaration. She feared she’d explode into a thousand tiny pieces from it.
Words bubbled out, and she didn’t even try to hide the desperation in them. “Please, let me go. Let me go home. If this is what you brought me here for, it’s not going to work.”
Remorse flashed in his eyes before a look of resolve replaced it. “I can’t allow you to go. If you listen to me, I’m sure we can come to an accord.”
“I’m not going to listen to any more crazy talk. You won’t get me to agree to…to that.”
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