[BOOKS] ⚦ Unseelie By Meredith Holmes – Writerscompany.co.uk

Unseelie The Darkness Tasted Like Bitter Bark And Earth, Sharp Berries, And Cold Water I Could Not Feel It As It Came Over Me But I Could Smell It, Taste It, Hear ItWhen Alfhild Was A Little Girl, Her Grandmother Called Her A Fairy Princess And Told Her All Of Her Favorite Tales She D Never Imagined They Were Real Anxious To Avoid The Swarming Reporters And Ghoulish Souvenir Hunters Who Won T Leave Her Alone When Her Brother Gulliver Is Tried And Acquitted For Multiple Murders He Almost Certainly Committed, A Grown Up Alfhild Changes Her Name To Lorelei And Flees Louisiana To The Sanctuary She Inherited From Her Grandmother, The Ancestral Home In England All Is Well Until She Wakes One Morning To Find A Naked Man In Her Rosebush And The Games Begin Lorelei S Inauspicious Introduction To Cadfael, The Seductively Beautiful Unseelie Prince, Does Not Prepare Her For Becoming A Pawn Between The Ancient Queens Of The Faerie Courts, Iseult And Mabd Her Big Mouth And Smartass Attitude Turn Tension Into War Between The Faerie Clans The Seelie, Hiding Behind Golden Lies And Their Resplendent Beauty And The Unseelie, Long Considered The Fearsome Things That Go Bump In The Night Her Brother Works For The Seelie Queen The Man She Loves Is In Line To Inherit The Unseelie Throne And Both Of Them Are Determined To Have Lorelei On Their Side The Real World Thinks She S Been Murdered, Her House Has Been Turned Into A Crime Scene, And There Are Creatures On Both Sides Of The War Who Call Her A Traitor She Doesn T Want To Know What They Do To Traitors Too Bad The Excitement Didn T End At A Naked Man In Her Rosebush Things Are A Lot Weirder Now


10 thoughts on “Unseelie

  1. says:

    If I had been AlfhildLorelei and I found a naked guy in my bush that happened to be hot, I m not sure I would have reacted the same way Weird, yes But being a child of fantasy I would have immediately jumped to the conclusion that Big Major Adventure now awaits me Like Alfhild ne Lorelei I would have probably freaked out I found it amusing that throughout t


  2. says:

    When Alfhild was a little girl, her grandmother called her a fairy princess and told her all of her favorite tales She d never imagined they were real.Now as a grown up, Alfhild has changed her name and fled Louisiana, and the paparazzi that s been haunting her since her half brother s murder accusations She s now taken up residence in her grandmother s ance


  3. says:

    I got hooked on this story the moment I read the excerpt and blurb available on the Drollerie Press website The company caught my eye with their gorgeous design, great array of stories featuring fairy tales and fantasy and I even got a chance to chat with the authors and publisher in a recent gathering The talk went from vampires to Labyrinth and the Dark Cry


  4. says:

    It should surprise none of you that with Faerie Blood under my belt, I m a bit of a sucker for any book that involves the Unseelie Court Meredith s book gives em a bitof a traditionalist touch than I do Come for the subverting of which Court is the good guys and which one the bad a trick Jim Butcher fans will certainly recognize , and stay for the complicated


  5. says:

    Wow I have no other words.


  6. says:

    s Blurb on the book The darkness tasted like bitter bark and earth, sharp berries, and cold water I could not feel it as it came over me but I could smell it, taste it, hear itWhen Alfhild was a little girl, her grandmother called her a fairy princess and told her all of her favorite tales She d never imagined they were real Anxious to avoid the swarming report


  7. says:

    The summary is the only cohesive and compelling part of this book The narrative is incredibly disjointed and the characters immature As a teen book I might have given this two stars, and I m sure there may be some teens who will enjoy this, but I was severely disappointed.


  8. says:

    I wanted to like this but I couldn t get through it because the writing style seemed a little too young The style seemed targeted at young adults but the story isn t classed as YA so I was a bit disappointed Between the style and the slow start I couldn t get into it.


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  10. says:

    Loved it, loved it, loved it and then loved it some , and I m really picky when it comes to the Sidhe When is Seelie coming out


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