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Not Quite the Fairy Tale is a series of paranormal romance written for a mature audience. Expect adult language and naughty stuff. Each book is a stand-alone.

Kai, heir of the dilapidated clan who's established residence in the most dangerous mountain on Gaia to avoid persecution, has enough problem on his plate. For starters? Finding enough food. Lack of running water. Keeping the kids alive - and out of the slave trade.

The torrential snow.

But when he sees that innocent, defenseless girl who persists in staying in the cold wastelands all by herself, he can't close his eyes. She becomes his to care for.

Eira has spent the last 700 years asleep. Before that, she'd had a two-century-long nap. While she's occasionally awoken over the course of the last two millenniums, nothing has kept her interested long enough to stop her from going back to her long slumbers.

This time should have been no different; Eira returns to her lands, intending to go back to sleep, but damn Kai doesn't get the meaning of "leave me the hell alone".

She's the last full-fledged goddess residing in Gaia, and that mortal wishes to save her.

Men are stupid.

©2016 May Sage (P)2018 May Sage

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creative

hoping this group of books end with loose ends being tied up. there are a couple threads that run through them and I look forward to them coming together


11-16-20
Re-listened. Changed the rating. Extremely creative but not terribly easy to follow. I do not like listening to ED, played her parts at significantly faster speed. The narrators switch back and forth in each chapter and I don't much like that because I have a harder time altering play speed.