For almost two hundred years Irulan has lived in the mortal realm. But what drove her to leave the FaeLands and everything she knew behind, for life among humans? Delve into the past of faerie princess Irulan Nightingale, with this short prequel to Ronnie Massey’s debut novel, Crimson Dawn.Born into a life of duty and responsibility, Irulan would trade it all in a instant.For almost two hundred years Irulan has lived in the mortal realm. But what drove her to leave the FaeLands and everything she knew behind, for life among humans? Delve into the past of faerie princess Irulan Nightingale, with this short prequel to Ronnie Massey’s debut novel, Crimson Dawn.Born into a life of duty and responsibility, Irulan would trade it all in a instant. For the princess, royalty isn’t an honor, it’s a burden that’s keeping her away from the one thing she holds closest to her heart…her soul-mate.Hers is a love that must remain hidden, because although the mighty Tuatha De Danaan are the highest the Light Court has to offer; even they have their prejudices, and mixing with the Dark Court’s is forbidden. Irulan knows her relationship with Carrie, a refugee from the Dark Court, Fomori, is dangerous for them both. But in all the Land’s, Carrie is the one person that she can trust with anything and Irulan refuses to let her go.Find out what happens when Irulan’s carefully guarded relationship is revealed in, Never Again: An Irulan Short....
|Title||:||Never Again: An Irulan Short|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||375 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Never Again: An Irulan Short Reviews
Never Again is a deliciously crafted little tale that works well as both a self-contained short, and as a prequel tease to Ronnie's upcoming novel, Crimson Dawn: Darklife Saga. Full of passion and intrigue, it subtly plays with our expectations, and quite successfully manages to inject some originality into the urban fantasy genre. The story centers around the idea of conflict - between mother and daughter, between love and duty, and between hope and despair. Irulan's love for Carrie is genuine and deep, and their scenes together are beautiful in their intensity. Unfortunately, the intensity of that love, coupled with her youthful naiveté, blinds Irulan to the realities of Sidhe court politics - and to the depths of her mother's desperation. Alternately tragic and exciting, the climactic scene in Irulan's bedchamber is perfectly written. Instead of offering us the ease of a happy ending, however, Ronnie instead provides us with a (hopeful) glimpse of the determined young woman who will go on to play a crucial role in the novel to follow.
I enjoyed this short story. It was different from what Im used to but still something I will pick up and read again. I thrived on the character Irulan. She is much like me, and that is something I look forward to. A relationship with the characters. It was very descriptive where I was able to visualize what is happening (huge plus) I feel this short could and possibly be a huge spotlight for Massey. A paranormal lesbian, sounds great to me!my thoughts heret