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Moonshine, the captivating debut from Robin Trent, is a fantastical new vision of the Sidhe, where redcaps rebel and brownies are reluctant messengers, at a crossroads that will determine the fate of faeries and humans alike.

Elizabeth Merkova has always had the Sight. But after her mother forced alienists on her, she learned to keep quiet about the faerie. Now married and
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Kindle Edition, First, 312 pages
Published June 19th 2020 by Dark Muse Press LLC (first published June 2020)
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Elizabeth Merkova has always had the Sight. Now she Elizabeth shivered when the freezing cold water was thrown over her again during questioning by the alienist her mother sent her to. Making no progress, the session ended until the next day. Labeled hysterical by her family, Elizabeth was sent to this sanitarium for young women and children. It was a private house with modified showers and bathing facilities. Treatments included submerging a patient in cold water to bring her back to her senses ...more
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Elizabeth has a gift of fae, but at a young age, she was treated so badly that she tried to ignore it. She got pretty good at ignoring it until she was married and had twins. After one is abducted and swapped for a changeling which only she can truly see as an old creature, she turns to her gift to understand what is happening. The characters are strong and determined with great backstories. The suspense and adventure come from every direction as she fights against doctors committing
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Robin Trent lives in the country in Ohio with her husband Tommy, who is a chef. Together they own a restaurant in her hometown and her husband makes the best cheesecakes. Robin ends up being Tommy's taste tester no matter how much she shoos him away. They have three cats and a three acre property, where they can enjoy each other and a great glass of Italian wine.

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