Skeleton Key Book Series
One Skeleton Key. Endless Adventures.
Ava Green has made a name for herself in the real estate world by reconditioning old, historical homes with her partner and friend Jeff. But her newest project, a three-story Victorian in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, promises to be her biggest moneymaker yet. And one she’s undertaking on her own. During her first walk-through of the house, however, she discovers a locked door, and a skeleton key that seems to appear out of nowhere. Unlocking the door, she is transported to a mystical world of fae and mythickal creatures and meets the King of the Morna. The sovereign of the Dark Elves.
King Finn Sylcan has searched for the one who can bring the magick back to his world, Edra, for eons. An old prophecy told of a female of both Dark and Light elven descent, a hybrid both Calim and Morna. It is said she is the only one who can repair the damage the war between the Dark and Light kingdoms caused. But after searching for so long, Finn never dreamed that she’d just show up outside his palace walls. Or that she’d be his mate.
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I loved this book I was amazed at the imagery that Ms Davis described. I loved reading this book from beginning to end I cannot wait for the next book. I cannot wait to see where the author goes with this series.
A must read!
I have received a free ARC in exchange for an honest review. This is an extremely delightful paranormal fantasy complete with a secret realm and other worldly creatures. The characters are very easy to follow and found myself swept away on their quest. It also gives the reader food for thought on possible side stories such as Kallums strange shape shifting abilities or possibly what happens to Sana. Needless to say it has all the elements to hook a reader like me in as well as keep me on the lookout for more in this series! I don't usually give a summary of the story since that can be found on a jacket. This is a very easy read and should totally satisfy any needs for a quick PNR fix
It moved way to fast and everything was peachy in a day.