Derailed - A Moribund Prequel Novella: Circuit Fae 1.5

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Derailed - A Moribund Prequel Novella: Circuit Fae 1.5

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Length: 150 pages1 hour

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“ Derailed was wonderfully written and expressive story that absolutely snagged my interest and is a great prequel for this series!”The Genre Minx Book Reviews

Syl Skye. Rouen Rivoche. Star-crossed lovers who should be mortal enemies. This is the story of how they met.

A nightly excursion to DC. A goth-rock show. One innocent train ride. That’s all it takes for high school sophomore Syl Skye’s perfectly normal world to come crashing down.

Because unbeknownst to her, she’s a sleeper-princess of the fair Fae—a vessel of Fae power that has yet to Awaken—and there are dark Fae who want her dead, dead, dead.

Rouen Rivoche is one of those dark Fae. Bound to the Agravaine the dark Fae Huntsman who is dedicated to wiping out all sleeper-princesses, Rouen has no choice but to hunt Syl down and spill her blood.

But a chance meeting in a nightclub, a brush of their hands, a lingering look… Despite herself, Rouen is attracted to Syl. And when she lets Syl get away…that’s when their troubles really begin.

After all, every couple has their issues, right?

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Perfect for readers of romance, urban fantasy, fairy stories and LGBT.

1. Moribund
1.5 Derailed – A flashback prequel to enjoy after MORIBUND
2. Ouroboros
2.5 Dethroned – a prequel novella to INIMICAL
3. Inimical
3.5 Rekindled – a prequel novella to NEMESIS (Spring 2019)
4. Nemesis (Fall 2019)
5. Eidolon (Fall 2020) – the series finale!

"Moribund is a little bit Throne of Glass, a little bit Buffy, and a whole lot sexy." - Skye Allen, author of The Songbird Thief

“Derailed is filled with so much action that it will grab a hold of you right from the start and you will be lost in its depths from beginning to end.”The Avid Reader

“ I like how consistent everything is and I'm glad I read it, it's exciting and only adds more depth to the story.” - Radioactive Book Reviews
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