Eitlean: Book Three of the Daearen Realms Cover Reveal

It’s finally here! It’s taken me forever to write Eitlean: Book Three of the Daearen Realms, but I am so happy with the results! The book will release March 4th, 2016 and pre-orders will be available in February. Stay tuned!

I have to thank Norman Wong, my absolutely amazing cover designer. Claudette Melanson, my fantastic editor for helping me put together the synopsis. And Melissa and Denise for providing the pictures!

I hope you y’all love it as much as I do!

Here it is…

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~Synopsis~

Banee-Belle of the Air Fey has been preparing to rule Eitlean her entire life…in complete secrecy.

Necessary because she is not the heir to the throne. But, her older brother Phillip is at risk of turning dark and her twin, Beathan has no interest in ruling. She knows she’s the right fey for the job, but she already has a job. And that’s another problem. By using every fey’s impression of her—a pretty-pretty princess party girl—to gather intelligence, no fey would ever believe she’s fit to rule.

Hiding the real Banee from everyone around her since the age of thirteen has become unbearable, and even though the queen relies on her intelligence in matters of life and death, Banee is unsure how much longer she’ll be able to keep their little secret. Dark magic has spread and gaining traction in Daearen, threatening the wellbeing of every fey, as well as the humans on Earth, threatening to destroy the balance within the realm Banee, her family, and the queen have fought to maintain.

But all may not be lost… When Banee discovers an ancient clue, one which could lead her to the Heka Grimoire—the first book of magic—hope returns to her heart. If she can employ her wits and solve the puzzle, she will gain access to the most powerful spells ever written within the realm, which she hopes will be the weapon the Light Fey can wield against their evil counterparts. But before her quest leads her very far, Banee learns she must team up with the one fey who never fails to belittle her. The fey who broke her heart and left her to live an incomplete life, a fey never made whole.

Can Banee push aside her contempt and distrust to complete her most vital mission yet? Will she have the strength to face her own broken heart to prove she is so much more than pretty—and save her fey in the process?

The balance of two worlds, along with the lives of fey and human alike, dangle by the thread that is Banee-Belle of Eitlean.

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