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2015 Foreword Reviews IndieFab Book of the Year Finalist
Trade paperback, 6" x 9". 442 pages.
July 21, 2015.
Book One: The Heart of All Worlds
In the nation of Villalu…
Since his childhood, Brieden Lethiscir has admired The Sidhe, the beautiful and magical beings native to the Faerie world outside his homeland of Villalu. Though he grew up in a culture accepting of Sidhe enslavement by Villalu’s elite, Brieden turns against the practice when he becomes a steward to Prince Dronyen, who is viciously abusive of his sidhe slave Sehrys. Captivated by the handsome and mysterious sidhe slave, Brieden vows to free and return Sehrys to his homeland.
As they escape the capital and navigate a treacherous path to the border, Breiden and Sehrys grow close. Breiden soon learns both the true power of The Sidhe, and that the world that he thought he knew is not what it once seemed. If they survive to reach the border, he will have to make a choice: the love of
his life, or the fate of his world.
The Sidhe originated as a beloved work of fan-based fiction read more than one million times online. Now Book One of The Heart of All Worlds series, it is author Charlotte Ashe’s first novel.
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by Charlotte Ashe
ISBN (trade paperback): 978-1-941530-33-7
Pricing (All prices US):
Printed book: $19.99 (US/Canada)
US/Canada: If you place both the print and ebook versions in your cart and order before July 21st, you will receive the DRM-free, multi-format eBook for free.
About the Author
Charlotte Ashe is a social worker by day and a writer of romantic fantasy by night. A long-time fan of speculative fiction that skews feminist and features LGBT characters, Charlotte loves writing stories that are sexy, heartfelt, and full of magic and adventure. She has put her B.A. in literature and creative writing to use over the years as a writer of fan fiction, and her most popular work has drawn more than one million readers worldwide, been translated into several languages, and been featured in online publications including The Backlot.