The Elven Princess is gone, and it's up to Nagmali to bring her back. However, she has to journey through the Daemon Realm to do it. In order to make it out alive, she has to convince the wanderer she meets to come with her. But Mobula isn't exactly Elven, a fact which has its pros and cons. On one hand, the demon magic that flows through his body will make it easier for them to travel through the realm.
'Fairy-tale fantasies for the heart.'
Ann Sepino is an independent Filipino author who loves all things fantasy romance. She enjoys creating the perfect happily ever after for her knights-in-distress and damsels-in-shining-armor. Her inspiration comes from the fairy tales and folklore of her childhood, as well as her interest and experience with local culture. One of her best titles, 'Tribeless,' was influenced by these very elements.
Books by Ann Sepino
Magda and Malakan are supposed to be sworn enemies. Their people, the Bunog and Tayhu, have been warring over trade routes and territories for nearly a century. So when they clash on the battlefield, both are determined to strike down the other or die trying. But fate steps in, and the two end up stranded on an island inhabited by orphaned human children. Unwilling to battle in front of innocent eyes, they agree to a truce.
Florette doesn't believe in love, especially the kind that involves magical beings with butterfly wings on their backs. She is content to sit in her cottage and finish her clients' ballgowns in time for the Fall Gatherings. But a stranger comes knocking on her door, and suddenly her convictions about romance and magic start to shatter. Blayze knows that because of an existing treaty, he can attend a run of the Fall Gatherings only once, and woo only one woman during that time.
She loves him, he loves her not, and there's nothing she can do about it. In order for their tribe of Gob Edis to flourish, Naomi knows that things have to stay the way they are. She has to hide her feelings for her sister Noya's betrothed. She has to watch as an engagement between Noya and Akiba, future chief of Niatnuom, is made. Then fate takes an astonishing turn when the wedding doesn't take place, and Naomi becomes Akiba's tribe servant instead.
Once upon a time, there was a man called INDRI. He was the son of the frog king, and had the features to prove it. Because he was feared for his appearance, his unloved heart hardened and turned black as a frog's. Once upon a time, there was a lady called TILULA. She was the daughter of a merchant and older sister to his favorite son. She was rarely ever appreciated due to being a woman, but this never stopped her from loving those who needed to be loved.
DARDAGAT had it all. He was a knight of the kingdom of Okeanos, a well-respected champion of King Ponteus, a friend of the said king’s niece and a fiancé to the kingdom’s princess. But when his betrothed unexpectedly falls in love with and leaves the waters for a land-dweller, Dardagat’s hope of ever becoming her groom sinks to the bottom of the sea. CORDELIA bore it all. She was a Sea Witch, shunned by the other sea-dwellers not only for her looks or her breed’s nomadic lifestyle, but also for the danger she and her magic posed.