Bad-Ass Faeries

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Leather-wearing, Harley-riding, butt-kicking faeries rollick and romp throughout this collection of short stories. Tink, even at her most tempestuous, provides only a glimmer of the faerie persona.


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    Leather-wearing, Harley-riding, butt-kicking faeries rollick and romp throughout this collection of short stories. Tink, even at her most tempestuous, provides only a glimmer of the faerie persona.

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    • greenfirephoenix
      Thanks for the plug! Not sure if you have read the anthologies, but I have a new novel out, The Halfling's Court, that is based on my biker faerie stories from these anthologies. Best, Danielle Ackley-McPhail
    • hanahula
      Thank you for the update ! It is going right to the top of my reading list ! :-D Rock on, faerie maven !
    • greenfirephoenix
      You bet...we're working on book three now, Bad-Ass Faeries 3: In All Their Glory. Glad you enjoy them :)
    • hanahula
      Now if I could only find my own personal Faerie . . .

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