One wondrous faery with stupendous magical skills and a superior mind (not to mention incredible modesty). One drop dead gorgeous, green eyed stud muffin and his evil Fey brother. And the end of the world. Maybe. ...

The Fractured Faery

Madrona doesn’t know whether she’s a villain or a hero.

To begin with, she doesn’t even know who or what she is.

Only one thing is for sure … the city of Manchester has never seen anything quite as mad as this.

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