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Seeking the Fae

Seeking the Fae

Daughter of Light Book 1

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Book 1 of the Daughter of Light series ★

Now that her mother is dead, twenty year old Lily is the last of her kind.

A Seeker.

Tasked with seeking the lost crystals of Faerie, she must restore her broken and barren world to its former glory.

But the crystals that keep Faerie alive have been stolen by the Sons of Darkness and are hidden on Earth. It's up her to get them back by any means necessary.

She has everything under control and plans to bring the first crystal back, when she meets Liam, a Son of Darkness.

He's the most dangerous kind, with black wings that smoke and eyes that have seen death. She must kill him, kill him and take the crystal, but she can't.

He's her soulmate.

Chapter One Excerpt

I was pulled from a deep sleep by someone shaking my shoulders. My eyes snapped open. Trissa was hovering right over my face, her lips pulled into a frown, eyes wide with terror.

“Lily, you must get up,” she hissed and yanked me forward.

Bleary-eyed, I looked outside to see the moon was still high in the sky.

“What’s wrong?” My voice was thick with sleep. Trissa’s face was a mask of fear, nostrils flared.

Anxiety spiked through me as I started to become more coherent and realize my mother’s personal guard was waking me up in the middle of the night.

“Where’s my mom?” I demanded, throwing the blanket off of me as my heart jackknifed in my chest.

Trissa just grabbed my hand and yanked me towards the door. I stumbled, trying to run after her while still half asleep. Shaking me awake in the middle of the night … something was gravely wrong. It was only then that I noticed her pale blue t-shirt was soaked with crimson blood.

“Trissa, daughter of Bethany, inform me of my mother’s condition right this moment!” My voice shook and she must have recognized I was near total panic.

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