Author: Emma Brady
Lily Faye-Richardson thought her bad luck was ending when she and her sisters inherited her uncle's house. Finding a green man chained in the basement changed that. Now she must trust this sexy troll to take her into a magical kingdom and rescue the only family she has.
Theno woke up with missing pieces to his memory but an angel saving him. When her sisters are kidnapped, he is willing to do anything to help her in return. The problem is, if he can't remember who he is, how can he trust himself not to hurt her?
Together, the two of them will go to the land of Tammara to bring back the other Faye girls. They will have to face an Evil Queen, who wants to find the door and cross over into the human world. There is also the matter of an intense sexual attraction between them and the need for Theno to discover his identity. Does a troll get to have a happy ending?
Emma graduated with both an English degree and a library sciences degree. She has always been an avid reader of romance, since she first fell in love with Wuthering Heights. After college she decided she didn’t want to just read books and started writing them. She has already started in both urban fantasy and historical romance, but doesn’t rule out other projects in the future. Living in Kansas with her tiny lapdog and a couple rambunctious nephews, she spends most of her time reading, writing, and enjoying a good cup of coffee.
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~ BOOK EXCERPT ~
"Someone from your past, that came from the same place you did."
"You know me?"
"More than you do."
If this person knew who he was it would be better to keep him alive. That didn't mean Theno wanted him anywhere near the girls. When Theno tried to drag the man up, he managed to slipout of his grasp and hit him hard against the floor. It was enough to make Theno stop to catch his breath.
"Still feeling hungry for her, old friend?" The man said,
"She is a fascinating creature. Like a butterfly. You know what happens to butterflies that are handled to roughly."
"I won't let you hurt her." Theno clenched his fists, turning to glare at him.
"It's not me you should worry about. You don't know what kind of damage you have caused, so you don't know how dangerous you are to them." He let his smile slip a moment.
"There is no such thing as a gentle troll."
"My friend." The intruder extended a hand and a smile to him. I could help you remember who you are. Give you all the details you want in exchange for the location of the door.
They were not friends, they could not be. He could not be the same as such a creature. "No, you do not know me. This is just another trick."
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