Ash has always loved a good story. Her childhood bookshelves overflowed, and she refused to take notes in her copies of classroom novels because that felt like sacrilege. She wrote her first novel the summer after her freshman year of college and never looked back. (Granted, that novel was an unpublishable 270,000-word behemoth, but everyone has to start somewhere, right?)
After obtaining degrees in English and creative writing and taking a stab at magazine work, Ash decided to put her skillset to different use and went to law school. She then moved home to Alabama, where she works as an attorney. These days, Ash can be found outside of Montgomery with her inordinately fluffy Siberian husky, who loves long walks, car rides, and whatever Ash happens to be eating.
A wizard on a rescue mission discovers a dangerous truth about herself that threatens her tenuous alliances. If she can't control her talent and make matters right again, the future of the mortal realm may be at stake.
Ruling Faerie is hard. Sharing Faerie is harder. As its two reigning monarchs attempt to forge an uneasy peace, dangers within and beyond the realm threaten them, their people, and the very foundations of the magical community.
Stranger Magics, Book Two. Colin Leffee—Lord Coileán these days—has it all, including a tenuous hold on his mother's former throne. But ruling a faerie court isn't easy, and holding on to it may cost him everything—and everyone—he holds dear.