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Book 5 - The Circuit Fae


Long live the Faerie Queens!

If they survive.


Syl, the Queen of the Summer Court, and 

Rouen, the Queen of the Winter Court, have finally brought peace to their warring realms.


Or so they think.


Rouen's mom, the Adamant Queen, is back from the dead and hell-bent on ruling--no matter the cost! She tears the Shroud that shields Faerie and declares war on Syl, Rouen, and the entire mortal realm.


Now all of Faerie’s breaking loose. Mortals are awakening to their Faerie blood and being swept up in the Adamant Queen’s war. Worse, the mortals fight back. With every passing hour, the military draws closer to discovering Faerie’s whereabouts.


With enemies on all sides, can Syl and Rouen heal the Shroud, stop the war, and defeat the Adamant Queen before Faerie, the mortal world, and everything in between goes kaboom?


Their only chance lies in the evil dark circuitry magic they’ve been fighting all along—the Moribund. It’s a desperate plan, but Syl and Rouen’s enemies are about to find out:


Faerie hath no fury like a Queen scorned.

Don't miss the pulse-pounding conclusion to The  Circuit Fae series!

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Perfect for readers who like sapphic romance, urban fantasy, YA, and fairy stories filled with enemies to lovers, angsty feels, soft girl/tough girl dynamics, kickass moms, and manga-style fight scenes. 

"Sweet and angstylicious F/F teen romance plus strong, kick-ass (and snarky) heroines you’ll love both as a couple and on their own!" - Liv Olteano, author of Thirteen Mercies, Three Kills

“Faerie princesses! The dialogue is witty. It was difficult to put these books down. I needed to know how Rouen and Syl got out of trouble. The story moves quickly and the action scenes are amazing! - Ren, Amazon

“I love the witty and sarcastic banter. Eldredge has created a unique and fascinating Fae universe. Just when I think they can't top the previous book, the next book proves me wrong!” - Charity, GoodReads

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