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293 pages, Hardcover
First published March 6, 2012
“Once upon a time, there was a little girl named Leslie.”A big part of why I love this series is Charles & Anna. They have a strong bond and complement each other. But Charles is struggling with his demons and past and instead of facing them and working through them with Anna,
he keeps his feelings secret from her because he thinks he will lose her if he tells her, which causes him distancing himself from her…he’s afraid of hurting her and thinks he’s not good enough for some so good and kind
I am really excited about this series and can’t wait for the next book.
Leslie learned two valuable things about the fae that day. They were powerful and charming-and they ate children and puppies.
I can't believe you just called me a white eye. Better than pale-face, I suppose, but it is just so Bonanza.
“I told them," he said in a clear, carrying voice, "that they should not give someone as old and powerful as I a daughter to love. That it would end badly.”
Asil left Bran alone with his thoughts then, because if he stayed, Bran would argue with him. This way, Bran would have no one to argue with but himself. And Asil had always credited Bran with the ability to be persuasive.
Leslie had learned two valuable things about the fae that day. They were powerful and charming -- and they ate children and puppies.
“I told them," [the Fae] said in a clear, carrying voice, "that they should not give someone as old and powerful as I a daughter to love. That it would end badly.”