The Golden Ashfruit by A.L. Harris

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"An inventive new twist on some familiar mythologies makes for a fascinating, adventure-filled tale."-- Kirkus Reviews

For Princess Mab, protection means power. As the most powerful faerie in existence, she is powerless to save her Lumen Court when its time runs out. Challenged from all sides, she is forced to court Freyr—an alluring and reluctant Vanir god sent from his world to marry her.

When Mab and Freyr unite against increasing betrayal and murder among the headstrong faerie kingdoms, an ancient prophecy plunges them into chaos with the catastrophic results threatening to tear them apart.

But Freyr is determined to save Mab from an unstoppable force that would lead her deeper into shadows and madness, even if it means losing the one thing that would save her court…and her life.


About A.L. Harris

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A.L. Harris lives in Wisconsin but secretly wishes her closet traveled to Middle Earth and Narnia. When she isn't reading or drinking some kind of caffeine, she blogs regularly and tweets frequently. She graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a degree in Journalism.
Published December 17, 2012 by Harris Synergy Press. 366 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Set mainly in the “fairie” realm, this novel follows a cast of colorful characters that includes 900-year-old Mab, who becomes a fairie queen;

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