Malice is a black Dungeon Fairy. In order to get her Flower Fairy colors back she has to keep a little Crystal Sorceress safe, prevent a bloody clan war and find the MacDonald traitor that wants to sacrifice her ward to a insane sea goddess. A tall order for a fey creature no bigger than the span of a human hand. Add to that onus, she cannot interfere in human affairs. Now how’s fairy to accomplish all that?
Jolene MacDonald is the widow of Angus MacDonald and destitute. With the aid of King Wolfrick and King Broden she finds herself on the keep doors of the MacDonald ancestral home and governing seat on the Isle of Islay at the onset of an armed skirmish over the title to the Lord of the Isles.
Years ago Olafsson joined forces with Somerled to wrest the islands away from the Vikings. Now that Somerled is dead, Olafsson feels the title is his. Ranald, Somerled’s heir, was ordered by his dying father to, “Don’t turn yer back on that bastard and to marry a sorceress to help ye regain control of all the isles.”
Ranald MacDonald fells the heavy cloak of responsibility when his da dies. However, he is the new laird and he will unite the isles and keep them under MacDonald control. When the king’s emissary deposits Arthur’s widow and child at his feet he knows the woman he’s been waiting for has been given to him by Danu. Neither clan feuds, lethal sea goddess, nor a mighty kraken is going to keep him from bedding and wedding Jolene. Even if he has to battle an insane sea goddess, he will keep the love of his life and the isles under his protection safe from the egos of men and gods.