Hag in Exile

Hag in Exile Beira the Winter Hag has been whisked off to hiding in Loving Michigan It s for her own good she s been told but she s starting to suspect it s a lot useful to someone else With the Winter Solsti

  • Title: Hag in Exile
  • Author: Rivka Aarons-Hughes
  • ISBN: 9781620049068
  • Page: 174
  • Format: ebook
  • Beira, the Winter Hag, has been whisked off to hiding in Loving, Michigan It s for her own good, she s been told, but she s starting to suspect it s a lot useful to someone else With the Winter Solstice rapidly approaching, she doesn t have time to worry about those who might wish her ill or her growing feelings for Plum, a New Fae and one of her only contacts sinceBeira, the Winter Hag, has been whisked off to hiding in Loving, Michigan It s for her own good, she s been told, but she s starting to suspect it s a lot useful to someone else With the Winter Solstice rapidly approaching, she doesn t have time to worry about those who might wish her ill or her growing feelings for Plum, a New Fae and one of her only contacts since she arrived in Loving.Then another New Fae shows up, puts Plum under a love spell, and tries to further isolate Beira And it may be too late for Beira to fix everything rapidly ruining her life.

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    1 thought on “Hag in Exile”

    1. 2 1/2 Stars. I have been enjoying a lot of shorts from LT3P lately, and I love paranormal lesfic. Unfortunately, this books was only so-so. One of the main problems I had was how short the length of this book was. So short that it had that real rushed feeling I don't like in novellas. The main premise of the book, where Fae are walking around unnoticed with humans, I liked. I liked the description of the characters and how they came to be. But again it was too rushed. There is a lot of informati [...]

    2. 3.75 StarsI loved the world-building and magical mythology of this story. The town harbors centaurs, shape-shifters, elemental spirits like Beira and characters from fiction (Plum is the sugarplum fairy in The Nutcracker). Most of the magic is low-key, worked into the characters lives -- e.g. the shape-shifting owls deliver take-out -- which contrasts with the big Solstice ritual Beira performs.The relationship between Plum and Beira is very cute, but a little rushed. I love the grumpy/cheery tr [...]

    3. From Magnolia Reviews: Four PetalsThe characters in this story and their relationship with each other was very unique. The plot was less so, but it worked for a holiday short story. I enjoyed reading this story a lot and that is why I recommend it. Read the full review on Maggie's website: magnoliareviews.weebly/rev

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