Princesses of Selmy Island
Three princesses. Three fae royals. Three marriages of convenience to ally their kingdoms against a coming threat.
Perfect for fans of Bridgerton and Sarah J Maas alike, the Princesses of Selmy Island series features all your favorite historical romance tropes in a vivid fantasy setting on the brink of a fae war.
Each book contains a standalone romance that can technically be read separately, but they are better read in order to follow the full story of the fae war.
A Headstrong Human Princess
Princess Marya Sova has always been the born leader of her siblings, but when her father dies, her brother must take the crown. Marya knows she is better suited to the job, but as a woman, that is not an option. She will settle for serving as his advisor if it means helping her kingdom. But suddenly her brother is insisting she help secure them a political alliance by marrying into another kingdom. Is marriage really the only way a princess can help her kingdom?
A Dissatisfied Demi-Fae Prince Prince
Ferrand Foucon is lucky. As a demi-fae prince, he knows his father’s fae life-span gives him plenty of time to enjoy life before he takes over as king. Content to spend his time sailing the continent on his ship, his only companions are his crew. When his father sends him to spy on the new King of Selmy Island, he finds himself drawn to the eldest princess. After seeing his father’s broken heart when his human mother died, he has sworn to never fall for a short-lived human woman.
A Political Marriage Neither Wants
With Marya’s uncle breathing down her neck to make an advantageous match, and Ferrand’s insisting he convince the princess to choose him, it seems they will have no choice but to wed.
A Passion Neither Can Deny
Will the burning desire blossoming between them be enough to make their union successful, even after they learn about magical outside forces at play that neither of them could have expected?
A Human Princess with a Wish to Remain Invisible
Princess Olga Sova spent most of her life as the invisible sister, which suited her just fine. Unfortunately, her older brother, Ivan, is mucking up the kingdom now that he is king, and her older sister has gone off to marry her true love. With the balance of their family thrown off, Olga needs to help her Ivan find his place as king. Ivan thinks the best way she can help is to throw another ball to find her a husband. Olga always knew she would marry for politics, but with her two left feet, a ball is the last place she will catch a husband.
A Fae King Separated from His Beloved Homeland
The novelty of ruling a human kingdom has worn off for King Nasir after more than a century. All he wants now is to return to the fae realm where he belongs. For the first time since the Gates were sealed, leaving him trapped in the human realm, it is looking like this is a real possibility. The only problem is, to make it happen, he needs to play nice with the humans so they can win the coming war. He even agrees to attend a human ball and convince a princess to marry one of his men.
Caught in a compromising Position…
They must marry, or Prince Ivan will pull his support from the war efforts. To make matters worse, Nasir’s chief advisor thinks a human queen in his kingdom will also win his support with his own people. Will they be able to set aside their difference to make a union work for the good of both of their kingdoms?
The Young Human Princess
As the youngest of the Sovas, Princess Anna has spent her entire life trying to prove she is as intelligent and capable as her older siblings. Just because she enjoys faerie tales and longs for her own love story doesn’t mean she’s frivolous and silly. She thinks she’s come up with the perfect plan to find an epic romance and help her older siblings win the coming fae war, if only she can locate the missing fae prince of a neighboring kingdom.
A Fae Prince in Disguise
Prince Gavril Garramond has spent his entire life being told he’s not good enough and will make a terrible king. He’s too human for the fae, and too fae to fit in with the humans. So he spends his days disguised as the mysterious Hunter, helping the people of the Flarazian forest deal with the magical creatures causing them trouble.
A Daring Rescue
When Princess Anna gets tricked by a vengeful forest spirit, Hunter comes to her aid. Now she can’t decide who she wants to share her love with, the fae prince she is seeking or the hunter who saved her life.
Gavril can’t help but be drawn to the charismatic human he rescued. He knows she is more than what she says, but who is this young woman really? And why is she heading to Raven’s Breach to seek out Prince Gavril?