The Editors are in charge of investigating current events and publishing them in Verified Histories. But they can't seem to get the details right. Are the omissions negligent or malicious?
Scale the giant beanstalk, retrieve the treasure, return home. Simple, right? Life for Twila, while not easy, had been fairly straightforward. Take care of her mother, tend the farm, placate her lazy and demanding “brother”, Jack. When an opportunity to change their fortunes comes knocking, she leaps at the chance. Or climbs it. But nothing follows her expectations when Twila finds herself in a magical realm above the clouds populated by fae. Still, finding unguarded wealth in this kingdom overflowing with jewels and precious metal shouldn’t be too hard. Guarding her heart against the handsome self-appointed guide who may be the key to unlocking her past is the real test. Twila thought her heart desired riches that could help her mother, but when answers about who she is and where she came from start coming to light, she’s torn. Time is ticking down and she must choose. Stay and risk her heart? Or return to the safety of her old life?
What happens when twelve faeries with more power than sense bless a newborn princess?
Rhiannon has been in love with the Crown Prince of Brulark for years. Daystar still sees her as his little sister’s best friend. Thanks to her father’s matchmaking schemes, she has one last chance to change Daystar’s mind and get him to consider her in a romantic light before she’s married off to the most politically advantageous suitor. But when Daystar’s pixie-blessed (and ambitious) older sister, Aurora, returns after a decade of hiding, things get sticky. Suddenly, accidents are befalling the king on a daily basis and there are whispers of war. How can Rhia worry about gaining Daystar’s attention when his life may be at stake? A low/no spice, sweet retelling that follows the story of the characters who were omitted from the fairy tale we think we know and love, this book is perfect for fans of K.M. Shea’s Timeless Fairy Tales series or Hanna Sandvig’s Faerie Tale Romances.