Publisher Description

A feud that spans thousands of years.



There is a hatred born of betrayal and rooted deep throughout the centuries and I loathe him simply because of his ties. That will never change no matter the circumstances we find ourselves in.



They say there is a thin line between love and hate.



While bad blood may have started in our home realm of Brevala long before I was ever born, I am expected to stand strong with my people against our sworn enemies. And given that we’re both immortal Light Fae, we have centuries ahead of ourselves to continue hating each other.



A clash of rivals the world never saw coming.



An unexpected favor leads us into dangerous territory as we travel from modern day Seattle to the realm of Faere. If our families learn what we have done, we risk our safety. If we admit to ourselves what we’ve done, we risk our hearts. Throughout the years, we have stoked the flames of anger, but this carnal inferno might just burn us all.



The Clash of Yesterday: A Chronicles of the Stone Veil Novella is a companion novella to the Chronicles of the Stone Veil series and can be read as a standalone.

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2020
December 28
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
132
Pages
PUBLISHER
Big Dog Books, LLC
SELLER
Big Dog Books, LLC
SIZE
406.9
KB

Customer Reviews

romancereader77 ,

The Clash of Yesterday

For a short book and a prequel I really liked it. You get a HEA with some closure with the feeling there is more to the story. I mean it is a prequel so you kind of figure you’ll have to read more then one book to get the whole story. 👍👍👍👍

Kambie07 ,

I am in complete amazement

This is my first paranormal read. And I am enthralled. I was completely captivated. I had to write down all the characters and names of places. Who is whose father/cousin/uncle. I absolutely loved Ronan and Eliana together. The part where she was roofied and what happened afterwards- sincere hotness.

Lvbum115 ,

Quick and Interesting Intro to new series

This is a prequel to a new series, but was a complete story in itself. I’m sure some of the people we met will carry over into the future books. I found the story engaging and the background story interesting as well. I’m looking forward to reading the first book in the upcoming series.

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