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three full novels and three short stories

Over 1100 pages with over 250 five-star reviews on Amazon and over 450 on GoodReads. Don’t miss it!

Armed with nothing but her childhood memories and protected by nothing but the debt of gratitude of Troy, a dark faerie she doesn’t understand, Lily Boyd must decide who to trust while she navigates a world that is darker and more twisted than she is prepared for.

This bundle includes: Faerie Nights (story 0.5), The Wild Hunt (book 1), Faerie Oaths (story 1.5), The Wild Curse (Book 2), Faerie Hearts (story 2.5) and The Wild Herald.

Do you need help loading your new book to your reader?

Most e-Readers

Take a look at the web address bar, above. You can open a browser (or an experimental browser) in most e-Readers: visit this same address, and hit the button for the correct formatting from you device. The file will download, your device will recognise it as an ebook, and you'll be able to read it anytime.

The old-fashioned way

Download your file to your computer. Then, connect your device to your computer via its charging USB cord. Your computer will recognize it as an external drive, and you'll be able to copy-paste the ebook file (or click-and-drag it) from your computer to your e-Reader device. Most e-Readers have an internal folder to store ebooks: make sure you paste (or drop) your file in the same folder your other ebooks are stored (usually, it'll be called "My Books", or something equally self-explanatory).

Kindle email

If you own a Kindle, you have a special email address associated to it. It should look something like "yourname@kindle.com". If you haven't registered it yet, make sure to visit your Amazon page and set it up, as it is extremely convenient! (The option should be somewhere under "Manage my devices"). Once you have your email address, you only need to download the .mobi file, compose an email to your kindle address, and send the .mobi file as an attachment. That's it!

Reading on a tablet?

The "Most e-Readers" method above should work just fine. However, tablets do need an app installed in order to be able to read eBooks. My personal recommendation is the Kindle App (available for Android or Apple). This way, you can also use the "Kindle email" method, which I find super convenient!