Secrets of the Lore Keepers: A Fairy Tale Romance (Tales of the Enchanted Wildwood Book 5)
In ancient days, Lore Keepers were known for their power to keep evil at bay.
But Rae and her sister, the Lore Keepers of present day, have never faced a challenge.
Blessed with wealth and abundance, Rae has no enemies, no worries, and no concerns. Her utmost worry is balancing the upkeep of her family's land with her creative work.
Until the night of the storm. . .
When an elven prince appears, Rae is fascinated and allured by his tales. Until he admits he comes with a dire warning: An evil force is coming to attack the Lore Keepers.
Rae and her sister must ward off the attack and use their magic to prevent the rise of the goddess. Only they don’t know how. . .
Faced with her greatest challenge, Rae must find the magic within herself to save her sister and the elven prince from a fate worst than death.
Secrets of the Lore Keepers is the fifth tale in a series of adult fairy tales blending fantasy action-adventure with steamy romance. Each short story can be read as a stand-alone and features a different couple.
What others are saying about Tales of the Enchanted Wildwood
★★★★★ “A very short read that both disturbs and leaves you wanting to know more about this world. It is a character driven story in a richly imagined world.” - Amazon Review
★★★★★ “I was riveted to the story and found it dark, yet enchanting and would dearly love to read further into the story of Yula and Aelbrin, my only complaint being that this was such a short story as I did not want it to end.” - Amazon Review
★★★★★ “It was a quick and compelling read. A dark faerie tale with a romance that didn't feel cheesy or out of place.” - Amazon Review
★★★★★ “Ford has packed an incredible amount of world-building into 60-odd pages without compromising that fairy tale pace. I definitely want to read more of this world!” - Amazon Review
★★★★★ “It had fantasy, magic and just the right amount of steaminess.” - Amazon Review
★★★★★ “This story is reminiscent of Beauty and the Beast in a twisted, upside down, through the looking glass sort of way. There are elements from the traditional tale, such as the whispering spirits, the scarred Lord, and the vicious mob but not in the way they are traditionally used. A story of redemption and purpose in a broken world. There is romance and it does get steamy at the end.” - Amazon Review
★★★★★ “This story reminded me of the beloved fairy tale of Beauty and the Beast and I am a real sucker for stories where love conquers all and this is one such story!” - Amazon Review
★★★★★ “The relationship building in this forbidden romance was truly amazing. Beautifully told story full of magic and the unexpected.” - Amazon Review
★★★★★ “I was blown away by the beauty of this tale, of magic, hope and love and the need all of us have to belong as did our two lost souls, who found one another.” - Amazon Review
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