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Winter's Companion

(The seventh book in the Daughter of Winter series)
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Winter's Companion is a box set of all the stories that complement the author’s Daughter of Winter series, which is a seven-book, slow burn, dark fantasy romance series based on pagan Scottish, Irish, and Welsh folklore where you’ll meet a number of Celtic deities, druids, the Tuatha Dé Danann, selkies, dwarves, and many other mythical creatures.

On reading Daughter of Winter, the reader comes to know a large breadth of characters (both ancient and modern day), including numerous Celtic deities, and this box set includes the following stories that delve further into the folklore:

Dagda: A New Dawn
When bound by duty, love can become marred by heartbreak and pain. For Dagda, the veils are parted in more ways than one during Samhain.

The Morrígan: Wings of War

War is on the horizon, and once again, Morrígan is called upon to save her people, but this time more than the outcome of the battle is at stake.

Cernunnos & the Winged Changeling

When a winged changeling is found hunting in his domain, the Wild God of the Forest is faced with a decision: mercy or death.

Rising from the Ashes

Prophecy demands Gage have absolute dominion over his druidic powers, but his inner demons are putting everything at risk.

Winter Solstice

Two fated mates. A forbidden romance. And the threat of discovery.

Romance and intrigue collide in this special Celtic Christmas complement to the Daughter of Winter series.

Each of these stories can be read as a standalone, but for context, it is recommended they are best read after Winter’s Shield (Daughter of Winter, Book 3 of the main series).

*Please note that all of these stories are offered individually as ebooks, and aside from Winter Solstice, this is the only other paperback for these stories.

Genre: Paranormal Romance

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