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Wings of Fate: A Limited Edition Collection of Fae Urban Fantasy and Paranormal Romance (A Dangerous Words Publishing Collection)

Never trust the fae…even if you fall in love.

Everyone knows there are rules to dealing with the fae. Never stand in a fairy ring. Don’t eat any food they give you, don’t take gifts, and never–never–follow one home.

But what happens when the rules don’t apply–when your fate is wrapped up in the gossamer wings of the fae?

Fall under a fairy spell in this collection of urban fantasy and paranormal romance tales by New York TimesUSA Today, and bestselling authors.

Whether they’re part of the Seelie or Unseelie courts, Winter or Summer, the fae of these tales will charm and beguile you. Lose yourself in the fairy lands of fae lords and ladies, kings and queens, and worlds full of fairies, gnomes, goblins, leprechauns, elves, pixies, sprites, sylphs, and more.

Order your copy now, and let The Sidhe enchant you!

Featuring:
Fae Secrets by Lacey Carter Andersen
Indebted by Skyler Andra
Life or Death by Edeline Wrigh
Wings of Change by Stephany Wallace
Dark Magic by Maggie Alabaster
Fairy Promise by Elizabeth Dunlap
Of Fae and Hate by Quirah Casey
Prophecy of Ash by Elise Hennessy
Guards of the Garden by Ashley Amy
Midsummer Masquerade by R. L. Medina
Changeling’s Revenge by DJ Shaw
Never Surrender by Tiffany Shand
Cursed Fae by Bethany Strobel
The Last Fae of Scotland by Vidhipssa Mohan
Winged Darkness by Diane Jones
Worlds United by Natalia Schellhaas
Not Your Manic Pixie Dream Girl by W.M. Dawson
Daughter of the Forest by Lore Nicole
Cursed Magic by Margo Bond Collins and Rebecca Hamilton

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My story is “Not Your Manic Pixie Dream Girl” written under my pen name W.M. Dawson. The Pixie, Wistria, is a D.J. in San Diego who does the right thing by calling the cops about a wild Wendigo on the loose. Shock, they don’t believe her, well at least one of them doesn’t. The one that does she has her eye on, but she has to deal with other problems, like a Wendigo problem, and she is a tasty snack.