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by Caren L. Bevill

Smashwords Edition




Prologue


Twenty-Three Years Ago

​​They say that it is dangerous to speak aloud of an expected baby. If the fairies hear of the child’s coming, they might be tempted to steal it at the moment of its birth. Instead, old women whisper that an expecting mother should refer to her baby as something so trivial that no discerning fae would dare mess with it.

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