Can a fairy bargain bring two fey races together in love? First, she must believe.
Despite their own Otherworldly, fey origins, the Faerie gentry lost their belief in the odd beings who are the wee folk, including tiny, winged fairies. So when Nanceen first encounters the tiny, butterfly-winged man, she doesn’t know what she believes. Until Korin calls to her and makes his way to her world, becoming a gentry-sized, wingless man she can see, touch, believe in, love.
The wee folk are known for their bargains and wagers so in order to woo Nanceen, Korin must fulfill a number of confusing tasks set forth by his king. His heart, and life, depend on hearing the sound of a bell signifying completion of each task. The first, not so simple it seemed. First, she must believe. In him.
The rat king’s conditions, underhanded plans and evil conspiring throw nearly insurmountable roadblocks before Korin. The risks to his life mean little with Nanceen at his side. Until the king takes bold, unexpected action threatening Nanceen’s family. Korin must return to his tiny size and face the king alone. Will he survive and with Nanceen bring two long separated fey races together with love?