Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Ella: Cinders and Ash

EEEP! Sorry for the tardiness of this post, I thought I had already put it u[p weeks ago. The third book in the Urban Fairytales series, Ella: Cinders and Ash is published!

On July 22, 2015 my eBook, Ella: Cinders and Ash, was added at! And as always I always make sure of, print on demand paperbacks are also available there!

I had far too much fun throwing this modern twist on the story of Cinderella. This is the darkest origin story in the Urban Fairtales thus far, but Ella is by far the most fun of the characters to write.

This book begins shortly after the events in Snow: The White Crow. Parker Devareau, in a chance meeting, teams up with a mysterious woman, Ella, who seems to be a few fries short of a happy meal. They begin the most complex relationship in the series.


Drawn to Seattle by the pull of black magics, Ella brings her wrath. A trail of blood and violence left in her wake.

By chance, Parker Devareau, meets Ella while rushing home to get behind the safety of her Full Moon Bars on a full moon night. Parker can see, hear and feel things that no ordinary person can.

When Ella saves Parker from a breach of the protective city walls caused by the druids, Parker sees something beyond the impression of a schizophrenic with multiple personalities who is constantly talking to someone who is not there. And the truth breaks her heart.

The women stand together with the Red Hood and Gretta Snow to save the people of the city who perceive them all as monsters.


There is one more story in the Urban Fairytales series left to tell, Rose: Briar's Thorn. Rose is modeled after the story of sleeping beauty. Her touch is poison and her love is worse.

There isn't an author that has better fans than me! As always, want you all to know that I love you and appreciate any feedback, positive or negative. I also accept transdimensional transport tokens.
I'd love to hear feedback and discussion from YOU about the characters in Ella. I'd love to discuss the story with you!

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