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Do you remember the first story you ever read, and the impact it had on you?
The story that I remember best, the one that had the most impact, was Walter Farley's "The Black Stallion." I was crazy about horses, and later acquired a big black stallion that I only had for a short while. He was an amazing creature, and uncommonly gentle for his gender. I've had several horses since, and have loved them all, but Joe was special -- like the Black.
Do you remember the first story you ever wrote?
Honestly? No, I don't. As a child I was constantly reading, and I can recall some of those early books, but I don't remember the stories I wrote even though I remember writing and coloring a lot.
We normally think of faeries as tiny, delicate, ethereal creatures with wings--not tall, dark, handsome beings. According to folklore, faeries, or Sidhe Fae as they prefer to be known, are capricious by nature--not protective, considerate, and reliable.
The faeries and human men of Cali's stories give a new meaning to the word powerful. Yet their compassion for those they love is boundless.
The women they love are intelligent, independent, and caring. They are open-minded and appreciative of the unique attributes of their exceptional lovers.
Take a trip through time--today, yesterday, and tomorrow--with these amazing beings as they explore, and learn to deal with, human emotions, frailties, and strengths. Share the sadness and joys as their human counterparts come to realize that being so powerful has its weaknesses, and living forever may not be as desirable as one might believe.
Duncan, who can travel through time, has chosen to live in the time of the cold war. A debilitating injury brings him into the caring hands of the physical therapist, Amanda. Thinking he may never be whole, he returns to the 21st century for care that can't be had in the early 1970's. The result is some tough choices that must be made by both Duncan and Amanda.
After the loss of his beloved wife, Caedmon travels with his grandson to the past in an attempt to help heal their grief. Erika, who has been hiding alone in the wilderness to save herself, may just be the medicine needed to heal them.
Connell has had enough of his current life and decides to take a walkabout... to the ancient times of Atlantis. Karissa, an Atlantean prophetess, sees the future, but has no idea what the strange visions mean. One thing she does know: the visions include her new found friend.
On a whim, Aleksia wishes herself to the past, where Nicholas becomes her knight in shining armor. He wants to make her happy, but she needs to return to her time in the 21st century. Can he provide her heart's desire?
After being abruptly returned to the 21st century, Caedmon grieves for the family he was forced to abandon in the 11th century. Independent at last, Rita can't help but be skeptical about new relationships, but sometimes a girl just has to go lookin' for love.
After living in the 11th century for his entire life, Cainnech is forced to travel to the 21st century to save his loved ones. Now he must adapt to this strange new world while Jennifer returns to the daily stresses she thought never to face again.