Princes of Air
The Raven-Goddess Morrigan granted two gifts to her nine sons: the ability to shift from raven to human form and to recognize their soulmates. Even for demi-gods, the path to true love is never smooth. The brothers have drawn the attention of a family of mages who will stop at nothing to gain power. Each brother will make sacrifices to keep his mate alive and protect their land from harm. More
Long ago, the Raven-Goddess Morrigan bore nine sons; each of them was gifted by their mother with the ability to change their shape and fly as ravens. Their mother charged them with the task of protecting the people of Eire, and gave them each another gift — the ability to recognize their one true mate.
Niall, the youngest of the nine, believes his mate lost forever, and discovers how wrong he is when he is taken captive by Arlaith, a power-mad woman who seeks to overthrow the High King. Arlaith’s plans unleash an ancient evil that threatens the people, the land itself, and any hope of happiness that Niall and his brothers might have.
The path to finding a mate isn’t always easy. The brothers soon discover that if they want to find the ones with whom they’ll spend the rest of forever, they’re going to need more than their mother’s gift — that is, assuming that they can manage to survive long enough to defeat an undead monster with a taste for immortal blood.