The Ambassador’s Daughter
Ann is half Fae, so she has green hair, pointed ears, and hears plants sing. She even has a grumpy, anthropomorphic Crocus she somehow created with her faerie magic. When her Fae blood turns on her and her mysterious heirloom bracelet inserts itself into her wrist, she escapes to the forbidden Northern Forest only to discover that the Fae are even less welcoming than she’d imagined. And worse, the Faerie mother who’d abandoned her so long ago turns out to be a monster willing to torture her own daughter to get the bracelet. Then her best friend, Prince Nic, is dragged into the mess. In order to save him, Ann will have to trust her own instincts and the hostile half Fae young man who insists on saving her despite his distrust of her.
The Suncatcher Stone
Even though his father died in search of the legendary Suncatcher Stone – a Stone that is said to grant its sea dwelling possessor control over the currents – Kellon has never had any interest in such things. He’s just a normal twenty year old undine, waiting for his chance to enter the mating pool. A chance he’s quite confident will garner him the best opportunities his pod has to offer. Until the night he’s kidnapped.
Now Kellon must learn all that he can about the Stone. Because if he can’t find it first, he stands to lose much more than his home and his chance at greatness. He could lose the one undine he loves most: his half-sister.