Though these retellings occur in the same world as Timeless Fairy Tales, they all are set in a different time. The Snow Queen takes place centuries before the events recorded in Timeless Fairy Tales, but you will recognize many of the countries and some of the events that occur because of the characters’ actions. The Snow Queen series can be read before or after any of the Timeless Fairy Tale books.
The Snow Queen
Book 1: Heart of Ice – Buy the ebook on Amazon
Rakel, a princess by birth, has spent most of her life exiled on a barren mountain, despised because of her powerful snow magic. Though she longs to be accepted, she hides in her ice-castle and lives with the fear that her brother—the King—will one day order her execution.
Her empty life changes forever when an army of magic users—led by the enigmatic Colonel Farrin Graydim—invade her home country and plan to enslave its citizens. Swallowing her fear, Rakel joins forces with her jailers and uses her magic to save the people who scorned her.
If Rakel cannot defend her homeland, the country will be lost.
Heart of Ice Reviews
“I have to say this book was so magical for me. There is a lot of fighting, ice, snow, snarky remarks, people coming together for the greater good, sweet children, reindeer (yes reindeer), death, and many things I know I’m leaving out.” – Melissa @ Melissa Martin’s Reading List
“It made me laugh several times when I was in such a bad mood that I thought nothing would make me laugh and I can’t wait for the next book to come out next month.” – Camryn @ The Writing Crafter
Book 2: Sacrifice (Final Volume) – Buy the ebook on Amazon
Rakel, once feared and exiled for possessing magic, is now hailed a hero. Leading resistance forces against the Chosen—an army of magic users that invaded her homeland—she is granted everything she has longed for: acceptance, a home, and the love of her friends. But the battle for her country has just begun.
The Chosen’s powerful leader, Tenebris Malus, has come north to aid his army. His troops pillage the villages and cities they cannot hold, and Rakel’s brother—the King—refuses to rule. Most troubling of all, Rakel—who has always loved her magic—sees great similarities between herself and the deadly Tenebris.
However, not all is lost as the Chosen Colonel Farrin Graydim questions his loyalties to his leader, and the attraction he holds for Rakel.
Can Rakel’s overcome her doubts and defeat Tenebris? Will Farrin choose to follow his heart or his loyalties?