2013 sees the end of the Shadowlands series with For the Love of a Goblin Warrior (January), and the start of a new fairy series with The Outcast Prince (July). Set around the fairy Court of Annwyn it’s paranormal romance with a strong fantasy element.
But who is this outcast prince?
Meet Caspian, he’s a changeling (a fairy born in the mortal world) and the bastard son of the Crown Prince. So while he is mortal and has a soul and all the things that make us human he has some fairy magic and is bound by the rules of the Court. So far he’s managed to avoid fairy politics but the human life he’s been living is about to be turned inside out, chopped into little pieces and used as confetti.
Sourcebooks has once again given me an awesome cover. My description of Caspian included the words pretty, yet manly—because he’s fairy (I could almost hear the cover artist rolling their eyes at that one when I wrote it).
So, what do you think?
I love the frame and the hint of magic.
And I think Caspian looks pretty enough to be a fairy :)