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The Princess and the Peacock: Birds of Fae Book 1

C. S.Johnson

Narrator: Spencer A. Klavan


INSPIRATIONAL/FAIRYTALE:  Kaipo’s skin is scarred from an attempted rescue of his mother from a fire that burned his home down.  Because of this fire, Kaipo and his brother, Raj, are now treated as outcasts in their island village.  This makes him believe he is unworthy of love as he is.  He and Raj climb to the top of the Forbidden Mountain to ask Jaya, the Fae Queen, to grant him a wish.  Kai

Tansy Bellrose Gant is accused of witchcraft by everyone in her village, except her parents. She is tied to a post, waiting to be taken to the Royal Commission to be tried for her sins. As she prays for help, a weary knight suddenly appears. At first, he accepts the situation as a village affair, yet inexplicably he finds himself rescuing the beautiful black-haired, silver-eyed damsel.

Inspector Jack Craig of Scotland Yard and Lady Bianca Marlowe have flirted for five years but have no idea how to make society accept a marriage between them. He is the son of a whore, and she is the daughter of an Earl. Bianca is aching to spread her wings now that she is twenty-three but is still living at home. Her mother, Katya, has a proposition for her daughter.

Evergreen
Marissa
Doyle

Grace Boivert and Alice Roosevelt have been friends since birth, but Alice doesn’t know Grace is a dryad. Alice plans for them to visit Newport, Rhode Island, staying with a friend. Then they plan to travel to the Adirondacks in New York where they will meet up with the rest of Alice’s family, including the vice president! Arriving at Newport, the girls meet Kit Rookwood.

Making a youthful mistake with the stable boy, Lady Diana DeWolfe finds herself with child. When her father finds out, he gives her an ultimatum: have the baby in secret and give it away, or she will be exiled from the family forever. Determined to keep her child, she is exiled. Seven years later, both parents are dead, and her brother Derek welcomes her and her twins home.

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