She was chosen. Cursed. Enslaved.
Fae is immortal, which would have been great if she’d never been cursed. Damned to serve as a slave forever. Now, she’s just trying to get through each day. She doesn’t want to think about a future filled with another two thousand years of suffering, or the way she failed the goddess she pledged herself to.
He was damned. Cursed. Corrupted.
Kiernan doesn’t know what he wants. After centuries of bloodshed, and war, and killing – he’s waking up, and if the things he dreams in his sleep were only nightmares that would be one thing… but they’re all real. The only light in his darkness is a girl, the one called Fae, and he can’t stop watching her.
He knows she doesn’t deserve to suffer. He knows he does.
But is there anything that can be done when gods have used you as pawns in their own war? Can good things come out of evil?
Author’s note: Fae is the first book in the Daughters of Eltera series. It contains dark themes, slavery, violence, damaged heroes, and gods and goddesses. If those things don’t interest you, please seek another book.