A QUEEN'S CHOICE
In the sylvan glens of Eire, the Sidhe reign supreme. The fair folk, they are: fairies, thieves, changeling-bearers, tricksters. Their feet make no sound as they traipse through ancient forests, their mouths no noise as they weave their moonlight spells. And so Men have learned to fear them.
But the Folk are dying. Their hunting grounds are overrun, their bronze swords no match for Man's cold iron. Scahta, their queen, is helpless to act. Her people need a king. And on Samhain Eve, she finds one. Though he is raw and untrained, she sees in Anlon the soul of nobility. Yet he is a Man. He will have to pass many tests to win her love. At the fires of Beltane he must prove himself her husband--and for the salvation of the Sidhe he must make himself a king.