Welcome to Haven City, Utah. It’s a small college town where nothing special ever seems to happen. Unless you count all the magical beings and their human lovers. Not to mention the dryads, pixies, and ghostly apparitions in the night sky. There’s even a magic shop in town, if you know where to look.
But the real magic in this town is in the power of love, acceptance, and forgiveness. When all hope is lost, when the night is at its loneliest and darkest, love finds a way. Family, friendship, and the kind of love that lasts for always light the way for even the most mundane of souls.
A word of caution: stay away from Uncle Puck’s moonshine.
Moonlight and Moonshine (Fae Haven #0.5)
The annual Haven City Renaissance Faire is a time of magic and adventure. Or so the brochures all say. To Bryan, Jeff, Alex, and Quentin, it’s a home away from home. A chance to let loose and live in a fantasy land for a few weeks every summer, while staying close to the ones they care most about–each other. But no matter how deep their feelings might run, the worry that they might ruin their friendship runs deeper.
In the human realm searching for his missing powers, King Oberon and his sweetheart, Puck, find themselves befriending four young men terrified of how much they want each other. The human boys are all determined to hold onto what they have instead of taking the gamble for what they want, but the tension is working its way between them already. No matter what they tell themselves, change lurks behind them.
And then there’s a midsummer evening, Puck’s moonshine, not to mention a misfired spell. When all the cards are on the table–and the magically created mattress–it’s up to the four humans to decide if they have enough courage to love as freely and openly as they’ve always dreamed.
Fae Haven Books 1-3
Now you can get the first three Fae Haven books in one collection. From Niall and Ben’s accidental love and very deliberate reunion, to Connor and Matt’s fib-turned-truth, to Kalen and Adam’s unexpected family, this omnibus edition is the perfect way to explore Haven City all over again… or even share it with a friend.
(contains A Year and a Day, Truth of the Heart, and Promises Kept)
A Year and a Day (Fae Haven #1)
Reserved, bookish Ben isn’t looking for a relationship. Then he meets Niall, a gorgeous stranger with a knack for avoiding direct questions, and tumbles headfirst into love. Niall is perfect in just about every way, right up until he leaves town for a short trip…and vanishes off the face of the earth.
A magical being trapped in his own realm, Niall has to fight to come back to this world for the chance to be with Ben. But by the time he gets back, more than a year has passed, and Ben refuses to believe Niall’s story of Fae and magic.
With only a month to woo Ben back and earn a chance at staying here permanently, Niall is willing to try anything to be with the man he loves. Then Niall’s world spills over into ours and puts Ben’s life in danger, forcing them work together to save Ben before their stolen time comes to an end.
Truth of the Heart (Fae Haven #2)
When Conor wants to avoid his family’s well-meaning attempts to set him up with his ex, he asks his attractive and unattainable boss, Matt, to pose as his boyfriend over the Yule season. What he doesn’t tell Matt is that despite his habitual flirting with everyone he meets, Conor wants Matt like no one else. He also neglects to mention he’s fae, and his whole family is equally magical.
Matt doesn’t know and doesn’t care where Conor came from, only that he can’t imagine his store–or his life–without Conor in it. He knows it’s playing with fire to pose as a happy couple with his beautiful and too-young assistant, but he can’t resist the chance to pretend, if only for a little while. What he doesn’t count on is how good Conor feels in his arms… or how desperately he needs it all to be real.
Promises Kept (Fae Haven #3)
When a dying woman makes him promise to watch over her baby, the last thing Adam Christensen expects is for anyone to take him so fully at his word. But then the woman’s brother shows up on his doorstep, baby in tow, with wild stories of magic and fae and going on about promises, and everything changes.
At first, Kalen is too busy drowning in his grief to notice Adam beyond the bare minimum. But soon enough, Adam’s warmth, his humor, his unwavering heart all manage to sneak through the cracks in Kalen’s armor. Somehow, Adam becomes more than a roommate, more than a co-parent to baby Moira. He becomes Kalen’s friend, someone Kalen can trust…someone to love.
But Kalen’s time is limited, and he’s only supposed to stay until Adam and Moira don’t need him around. Falling for each other was never part of the plan, but that’s the least of their worries when tragedy strikes and threatens their little family. Adam’s promised to take care of Moira, though, and made promises to Kalen as well. And promises are meant to be kept.