Warrior of the Isles

The prequel is here…

The Gods are watching.

Before Seanait could be a prophetic warrior she was a young girl trying to understand the power bestowed on her by the Gods. To understand her gift and train to be a warrior capable of a legendary destiny, Seanait travels to Scathach, the greatest warrior trainer in the Emerald Isles. She knows it won’t be easy but scarier than facing a serpent is facing the Gods and her own fear. With new friends besides her Seanait prepares for the future but is it even possible to change her fate?

This is a prequel novelette that occurs before the events of Curse of the Gods.

The Trilogy Begins

When a prophetic warrior and a fae prince collide there is only one certainty, the gods have cursed them both.

Seanait always knew her destiny would cost her life but detached from the homeland she is to protect she refuses to die for them. Her life has been nothing but demands from the gods and training to fulfill her role in their game. Without her best friend Eion at her side, she knew she’d be another heartless warrior with a sword and a prophecy. When the Roman army invades the land she has called home she will defy the gods’ prophecy to stay and fight.

Cillian would rather risk his life to become human than fight for a meaningless crown. As the seventh fae prince of Amanthia it is his duty to fight to the death against his own siblings for the throne. Hidden and hunted in the mortal realm he refuses to return home and with an invasion stirring trouble it is the perfect opportunity to prove to himself that he isn’t the monster his homeland claims he is. With a Primal power that tempts even the purest of hearts, he knows he is playing with fire and his brother would happily see him burn.

When their paths collide, any chance of happiness hangs in the balance of a dreaded mate bond that ties their hearts together. But heroism requires sacrifice and happy endings are only for children.

This is YA historical fantasy series based on the Irish myth of Cu Chulainn.

After closing the portals between the faelands and the mortal realm, Cillian finds out it wasn’t the solution he thought. His court is angry and so are the other kingdoms in the faelands, but worse of all Seanait hates him for what he did. Desperate to keep her safe but also make amends Cillian has accepted his role as king but his exiled brother Rory won’t let him keep it for long. Rory is always two steps ahead and each trap is worse than the last. Alone Cillian doesn’t stand a chance.

Seanait is finally in Ulster and as her seventeenth birthday passes she is on the threshold of completing her prophecy. Connacht’s Queen, Mebd is coming. She has her eyes on a bull that she thinks can save her kingdom but as secrets are revealed her real motives are less about saving the people than making the King of Ulster pay. Stuck between waring royals and the gods continued involvement in her life she has no time for Cillian’s political games. But she can’t ignore the mate bond she accepted. As much as she hates him she wants to love him more but destiny is an insatiable monster that demands blood. Someone is going to die and that someone might just be her.

When everything Cillian and Seanait have fought so hard to accomplish is about to fall apart the only thing that can save them is fighting destiny together.

Song was created for book two, Echoes of Destiny
Map for book one, Curse of the Gods

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