Title: Ever Wrath
Author: Alexia Purdy
Series: A Dark Faerie Tale (#4)
Publisher: Lyrical Lit. Publishing
Release Date: Sept 15 2013
There is no hope.
Only blood and darkness await.
Shade rules as Queen of the Seelie Summer Court with her love, a Teleen Faerie named Dylan at her side. But, the dark court of Unseelie faeries will do everything in their power to rule the earth, including enslaving the human world. Arthas, the Unseelie Ancient King, has shattered the boundaries of Faerie and the human cities are filling with his evil, unearthly armies.
Old enemies become allies. New friends bring old secrets and an ancient magic to light. Alongside the Ancient Seelie Queen, Kilara, Shade needs to harness this wild magic before the lines between human and faery are forever destroyed.
Alexia currently lives in Las Vegas, Nevada–Sin City! She loves to spend every free moment writing or playing with her four rambunctious kids. Writing has always been her dream and she has been writing ever since she can remember. She loves writing paranormal fantasy and poetry and devours books daily. Alexia also enjoys watching movies, dancing, singing loudly in the car and Italian food.
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Shade (1) Free
“We’re surrounded here.” Shade lunged toward the first soldier who reached her, a goblin with chainmail armor tainted with dirt and grime from never being cleaned, and a helmet fashioned to look like a stag with broken horns. It’s black and red eyes stared her down as it flashed its dirty, sharp teeth at her. Green skin, dark and thick as leather, surrounded that mouth, and she swung her sword toward him as he reached out to grab at her arm.
She managed to slice the hand off and shove him hard enough with her foot to make him lose his balance, sending three others tumbling backward down the stairs as his screech followed them. They were replaced almost immediately with more demonic figures and fallen faeries, all marked by evil with blackened tongues and dark, deceptive beauty. She sliced though one soldier’s wings, his scream deafening over the hollers of the crowd, making her want to hold her head to block out the noise. It was disorientating, but she fought against the murkiness and continued to fight the horde of Unseelie hungering to destroy them.