A Reverie of Flames

The Fae Souls V3

by Cailee Francis

]A Reverie of Flames - Cailee Francis
Editions:Kindle: $ 2.99

A Reverie of Flames is the new, spell-binding third installment of 'The Fae Souls' series.

Born again into the mortal world, I'd hoped to escape the war between light and dark fae. I wasn't alone - Sorcha (my love) and Princess Saphira of the seelie (who we were sworn to protect) were with me. Rings gifted by Queen Carisse of the seelie ensured we were born in the same timeframe and we'd remain together. More than chance brought us to the city of Grayhaven. It was magic and destiny.

Sorcha had returned to my life the day she saved me from an unseelie attack; that was when my memories had come flooding back. Now I found myself regaining my awareness of who I was and discovering how serendipitous fate can be at bringing you to the right place at just the right time.

In the unique position of remembering our fae origins, Sorcha - now Angelica, a white witch who opposed unseelie interests in the city, and I had a lot to catch up on. As she brought me up to speed, I realised the depth of my feelings for her, and that I wanted to continue our romance into this, our next lifetime.

Princess Saphira was reborn as Ayla: my sister. Now an 18 year old student and budding witch, she was a prime target for the unseelie who sought to overthrow the seelie royal family. We had to protect her, and Angelica and I would do our best to ensure she stayed safe.

A Reverie of Flames is a romantic urban fantasy novella of just over 20,000 words, which contains strong steamy content and language.

 

About the Author

Cailee Francis is an Australian author of romantic and erotic fiction, mingling fantasy, friendship, drama and romance. Her novellas include A Masquerade in Time – the popular first book of the Fae Souls series, and the paranormal romance, Cynthia and Eve. She's also written a large number of erotic short stories, which are available individually and in bundles.

When she's not writing, Cailee works as a self-employed graphic designer, cover artist and editor, and she likes to balance art and writing in equal measure. She writes a range of stories; some but not all of which are LGBT romance.

 


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