Those of you who've been with me for a bit know Finn well. He was my first published gay romance and was meant to be a standalone. (Stop laughing - stop it.)
Several years (eleven!!!) later, Finn is being re-released through Pride Publishing. For those who read him in his previous iterations, there are no changes to the story. For those who came to me later, people seem to like this one. ;)
The Endangered Fae series - four books total - will all be coming out through Pride in the coming months with Diego in August and so on. There's sweet, there's some funny, there's adventure, there's dark in this series.
People ask me what my favorite story of mine is. I can't really pick, but Finn was my first and always has a special place with me.
Finn: Endangered Fae 1
Barnes and Noble
Finn’s been asleep for centuries. He’ll need to catch up fast to survive.
Diego’s impulse to rescue a naked bridge jumper starts as just that—talk the man down and get him to social services. But there’s something odd about this homeless person, more than just his delusions of being a pooka, and something so vulnerable that Diego’s determined to help him stabilize rather than see him institutionalized or deported.
Finn went into the Dreaming centuries ago to escape a heartbreak he couldn’t bear. Now that he’s back, he finds the Veil to the Otherworld closed. The fae courts have abandoned him in a poisoned human world where a displaced pooka has little chance of survival. His human rescuer is kind and compassionate—and shockingly familiar. One thing at a time, though. He needs Diego to believe he’s not human first.
Angel writes (mostly) Science Fiction and Fantasy centered around queer heroes. Currently living part time in the hectic sprawl of northern Delaware and full time inside her head, she has one husband, one son, two cats, a love of all things beautiful and a terrible addiction to the consumption of both knowledge and chocolate.