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A Song of the Sidhe

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Length: 122 pages1 hour

Summary

Enter a legendary world where the Fae walk the land … and curse those that offend them! Join Donal and Ceoleen in Jeanne Barrack’s intense, fantasy tale, A Song of the Sidhe, as they learn removing a curse is just half the battle.

The place: Ireland, a long, long time ago when the Sidhe walked among mortals.

Donal Bawn was the most handsome man in all of Tipperary with a voice that could lure the birds from the trees. But that all changed when he angered Ogma, High King of the Tipperary Sidhe. Doomed to wander as a hunchback with a voice as thin as a reed, Donal keeps to the forests away from human companionship until one day he hears a melodious female voice singing a fragmented tune over and over.

Ceoleen, a beautiful female of the Galway Sidhe has also been cursed for her vanity and foolhardiness. Blinded and exiled to a fairy ring deep in the woods, she can only repeat a broken phrase of music until that fated day when Donal finishes the song for her.

But their curses are only partially broken. It will take a great deal more than music to decide their fate.

Will their love be strong enough to finally free them?

Content Notes: Light bondage; anal intercourse

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