Between the Highlander and Fever worlds lies a place beyond imagining. A tale of Highland fantasy, star-crossed lovers, and the timeless manipulation of the ancient, immortal Unseelie king. This is Moning at her romantic, funniest finest. ---------- Free him from his ice-borne hell...
Aedan MacKinnon: "Vengeance" - Has been held captive by the Unseelie King for five hundred years, slowly losing his humanity. He meets the lady for him. Jane has to find a way to make him remember who she is and what they have together. Has long dark hair and brilliant aquamarine eyes; 30 years old; Is tall and powerfully muscular with no fat on his body
Jane Sillee: Aspiring romance novel writer; Has been dreaming of Aedan as long as she can remember; Is barely five-four and very curvy with porcelain skin; Has long, curly red hair and molten amber eyes
Mary MacKinnon: "Saucy Mary" - Aedan & Rose's mother; A Norse princess; Findanus' wife; A beauty with wild blonde tresses
Findanus MacKinnon: Aedan & Rose's father; Saucy Mary's husband; Resembled Aedan very much
Aoibheal: (Ah-veel) - The beautiful fairy Queen of the Tuatha Dé Danaan; High Queen of the Seelie, Court of the Light; Has silver hair, exotic almond-shaped eyes in a pale face and that are of no color known to man but conjure images of the iridescent hues of a mermaid's wet tail gleaming in the sun; Her skin is always dusted with gold; Is nearly 60,000 years old; The Unseelie King's long-ago consort
Unseelie King: "King of Darkness" - King of the Unseelie of the Tuatha Dé Danaan, Court of Darkness; Aoibheal's long-ago consort; Is many hundreds of thousands of years old
The Dreaming: That elusive, much-sought, everforgotten realm where mortals occasionally brush pale shoulder to iridescent wing with the fairy. That place where mortals would be astonished to know battles are won and lost, universes born, and true love preordained.
Tuatha Dé Danaan: (tua day dhanna) - A highly advanced race of immortal beings that settled in Ireland thousands of wars before the birth of Christ. Called by many names: Children of the Goddess Danu; the True Race; the Gentry; the Daoine Sidhe; they are most commonly referred to as the Fae or Fairy. Although frequently portrayed as shimmering, dainty creatures of diminutive size that flit about exuding effervescent good humor and a penchant for mild mischief the true Tuatha Dé are neither so delicate nor so benevolent.
Hand of Vengeance: The Unseelie King's deadly, prized assassin; He fashions him by capturing a mortal, driving him past human limits into madness, indurating him to all emotion, then endowing him with special powers and arts.
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