The Forest Guardian
A Fae Awakening Short Story
Leah walks through the forest searching the dark side of trees. She knows the Fae are going missing and takes precautions to avoid being next.
A squirrel runs up to her, chattering about horrible deeds being committed along the creek.
Will Leah avoid the same fate as her Fae brothers and sisters?
A Fae Awakening short story, this urban fantasy introduces Leah, a red-headed elf protecting the woods with her bow.
This story ends on a cliffhanger. Read more of the Fae Awakening series, starting with Fury, to learn more about Leah’s fate. Leah will return in book three.
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