Welcome to The Faerie Race—an epic adventure through a realm as compelling as it is deadly…
Fame. Fortune. Your most extravagant wish granted. These are the prizes promised to the team that wins The Faerie Race, the first and only reality television show to venture into the dangerous realm of the fae. But that’s not why Jacqueline Cunningham wants in. She’s after any sign of her sister—who vanished without a trace into the faerie world two years ago.
Jacq thought getting into the race would be the hard part. But she didn’t count on the other competitors—who will stop at nothing to finish first. Or her distractingly-handsome jerk of a partner, who seems to be hiding secrets of his own.
Plunged into a world where everything wants to kill her, what starts as a hunt for the truth turns into a desperate contest for survival. Now that Jacq’s in the race, it will take all her wits to make it to the finish line alive.
Targeted Age Group:: 20-45
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
We thought it would be a fun idea to play off the idea of a reality tv show, but set it in a fictional world with magic. The Amazing Race is a fun, fast-paced show, and seemed like a natural choice for the setting of the book. So, the Faerie Race series was born!
How Did You Come up With Your Characters?
We wanted the contestants for the Faerie Race to be a diverse mix of both humans and fae alike. So we drew from around the world, and from mythology to come up with an interesting, varied cast who would butt heads a lot!
I looked up wearily, expecting to see a cloud passing over the sun. What I saw was a very large, very huge red dragon. Headed directly for us.
“Orin,” I screamed as the beast dipped low, its talons outstretched towards us. I barreled into Orin, knocking him down towards the rocky ground, but the dragon was too fast. Those wicked talons, as long as my forearms, closed around us and hoisted us up into the air.
I’m not proud of the bloodcurdling scream that exploded from me, but you try getting picked up by a mother-effing dragon and see if you keep your cool.
Orin and I were sandwiched together between the creature’s talons, myself on top of him, Orin struggling beneath me. “Do…something…” I gasped, as Orin pulled one hand free to perform a spell.
But the dragon was winging towards the sky, bearing us higher and higher into the air. “I’m afraid…it’ll drop us,” he groaned, as I accidentally elbowed him in the side trying to better secure my own hold. Because now I was getting less afraid of being in the dragon’s talons, and starting to worry about what would happen if we fell out. My eyes opened wide as realization crashed into me. “Oh god,” I said, meeting Orin’s wide black eyes. “Gen. Zee. Crushed in the middle of a field…”
The dragon was swooping over the field below its mountain, banking around.
“It’s going to drop us,” Orin whispered, the fear evident in his voice. He was afraid of heights, and at this point, I could hardly blame him.
“Do you know a flying spell?” I asked desperately.
“No—” Orin began, but the rest of his answer was lost to the wind. For the dragon opened its claws and released us into the wide blue sky.
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