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The Lost Queen

The Lost Queen

Magic is real. So are the Fae. And I’m one of them. But am I meant to be their queen?

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About the Book

I’m just a misfit college student with pointed ears who ruins technology with a touch. Until my twenty-first birthday, when three seductive Fae warriors kidnap me from my party and tell me I’m so much more. Fae magic is fading, and only one person can fix it… Me.

Unfortunately, the enemy also hunts me — and they’ve already killed off the other heirs to the throne.

There’s no denying the attraction between me and my newfound royal guards. They say they’ll always protect me. But they’re keeping some secrets of their own.

With these powerful warriors by my side, it’s time for me to unravel the mysteries of the Fae’s past and my future… If I survive.

 

Note: 18+ only. Some of Glori’s love interests are bisexual and begin the book in previously established polyamorous relationships. The story contains scenes of trauma dealt by the baddies but no sexual violence. All intimate encounters with Glori’s consorts are consensual.

The Lost Queen is the first of a six-book paranormal fantasy romance series with characters who love without limits. If you enjoy slow-burn romantic tension and steamy group scenes with M/M, you’ll devour Traci Lovelot’s reverse harem MMFMMM series, Our Fae Queen.

Details
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Series: Our Fae Queen, Book 1
Genres: Fantasy Romance, M/M Bisexual Romance, Reverse Harem, Why Choose
Publisher: Worldbinding Books
Publication Year: 2021
Length: full-length novel
List Price: FREE
About the Author
Traci Lovelot

Addicted to stories without love triangles, Traci Lovelot writes reverse harem fantasy romance books where our leading lady lives happily ever after... with ALL the guys. Because why choose? Her characters love without limits in fantasy worlds that overlap ours. As a polyamorous person herself, Traci spends her non-writing time with her small polycule.