The Fair and Foul courts of the fey folk have long yearned for one to bring them together in peace, but hopes are dashed when the fairest prince and the prophecy concerning him are laid to ruin. Burdened with shame and sorrow, the prince flees to the cold mountains far above the forests and lochs with nothing but animals and goblins for company.
When a human huntress stumbles upon him in her search for a legendary predator, their fates are intertwined. But she hides deadly secrets, and if he dares to trust her, he may risk the doom of both courts to an ancient evil...
Greetings and solutions, I'm here today to help spread the word about an exciting new release by H.S.J. Williams - an author I've been wanting a book from for YEARS. And she has one now! A gender-swapped fae Snow White! Eep! I'm so excited.
So, have a spotlight!
Ashamed and afraid of a past hidden in shadow, the mortal Keeva headed to the high mountains of rock and snow to find freedom. Day by day, she hunts game both for survival and profit, taking the best furs to sell down in the lowlands where other humans dwell. Her eye is set on the ultimate prize, a legendary white bear called Dohmnal who terrorizes the wild peaks with a insatiable appetite for blood. His territory lies beyond the borders of mankind, into the wilderness of faerie. Still, Keeva has had dealings with the sídhe folk, both fair and foul, and is undaunted in her hunt. But what she finds in the mountains may test her inner strength like nothing before.
Appearance: Dark brown hair usually tied back in a braid, dark brown eyes, fair skin toughened by the bite of ice.
Skills: Especially adept with the bow, but also handy with a knife (both in combat and butchering). She is a master of stealth and moving over rough terrain at quick speeds.
"Do I look like a mortal maid to be frightened?"
"I don't fit in anywhere. Not among mortals, not among the Seelie, not among the Unseelie."
"Smile because they love you. Smile because you're alive. Smile because you can."