Tangled Fae Series


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Stories let us feel the thrill of riding a dragon without the terror of falling off. They let us find the courage to risk everything for love without the danger of losing that love. They give us the chance to fight a battle with bravery and honor without the fear of torture and failure. And if they do their work, we walk away with a deeper love , a stronger courage, an ability to choose honor that we didn’t have before we started reading.

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Tangled Fae Book 1

by Sarah K.L. Wilson

Genre: YA Fantasy Romance

“You’re the most wicked thing I’ve ever met.”

From USA Today bestselling author Sarah K. L. Wilson comes a deliciously trope-filled young adult romantic fantasy about a viciously funny mortal girl and her quest to hunt, trap, and conquer powerful fae.

I was born to hunt. I was born to protect.
But this is the one creature I wasn’t trained to kill.
The fae are sneaking into our little town. They stole my sister. They stole my sight. And now they’re going to steal everything else … unless I stop them. Isn’t that so charming?
I don’t care that they’re pretty. I don’t care that to them lies are truth, power is sustenance, and every action ripples into violence. I’m not going to let their glamor fool me. I’m going to use it to fuel me as I bring them down.
But the town is turning against me, and I’m losing allies one by one. I need a secret weapon to use against them and I need to be brave enough to use it … whatever the cost.
Can one mortal girl stop all of the Faewald?
I’m going to have to try.

For lovers of The Cruel Prince and An Enchantment of Ravens comes a world of violent fae, trickery, and magic. Grab the first book of the Tangled Fae series today!

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Fae Hunter Excerpt:

“Bargain with me,” Scouvrel cooed. My heart melted to soft taffy at the sound. I fought against that warmth, with little success.

With a grunt, I sat down heavily beside his cage and tried to compose my thoughts. There were no other options now. This was a problem that only I could solve, and I needed both arms to solve it.

I would have to phrase my bargain carefully.

“I will give you,” I began, watching him stand up excitedly on the tips of his toes, his eyes brightening at my words, his smoke-wings springing to life behind him. “The sewing kit and a cloth. The pin and a kiss – as promised.” I tried not to shudder at the thought of kissing him, knowing what he was – or to be too eager knowing how he looked in all his glamor. “If you –”

I hesitated.

“Go on,” he whispered rapturously. He looked at me like he had looked at the mandolin when Olen played it.

“If you,” I cleared my throat. “Heal my arm and do not harm me or try to kill me in any other way, make no attempt to escape, or call someone else to help you escape while you are out of the cage, or force me to help you escape, no attempt to kill yourself or any other thing while you are out of the cage, or attempt to destroy the cage, flee through the portal or otherwise keep yourself from returning to the cage and that you will immediately return to the cage and your captivity as soon as my arm is healed without looking for a loophole or other way to avoid your fate.”

He laughed. “I think I will like playing with you, Alastra. You are good at devising games.”

I felt a chill run down my spine.

“I accept your bargain,” he said with a wide grin. “You have to say, ‘We are agreed.’”

“We are agreed.”

I could feel the cold sweat forming on my brow and between my shoulder blades as I swallowed and steeled myself to open the cage.

“A bargain is a bargain,” he reminded me, smiling wickedly as if he had a secret. Maybe he did.

I carefully unwound the wire as his lips parted and his mouth opened with anticipation.

I swung open the door of the cage and let him out.

He burst through the door like a whirlwind, moving from tiny and spiritual to suddenly full-sized and as tangible as I was. His black smoke wings swirled around him and the wicked glint in his grass-green eyes made my heart race.

He was wickedness made flesh, temptation in physical form, destruction embodied. My heart fluttered traitorously. Like the foolish moth it wanted to draw so close to the flame that its wings would conflagrate.

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