There is one rule above all others: never make a deal with the fairies. Nelay is about to break that rule.
One promise can change everything.
The fairies must never know of Nelay’s sight, for the attention of such dark and terrible creatures brings more things dark and terrible. But when Nelay’s father is near death, the fairies are the only ones who can save him. All they require is a simple promise that she’ll return the favor one day.
Some promises are lethal.
I loved the imagery, I loved the edgy, dark fairies, I loved Nelay, I loved it all. ~Deborah Andreasen
[Of Fire and Ash] is a tale of survival and strength of will. A tale of magic and cruelty. It’s about a girl who never yields and fights against all odds for her father’s life. ~Babel
Nelay, the heroine, wants to make her family proud, her violent brother to love her, and to hide her secret ability to see the fairies all around her. But her world is harsh and cruel. And the fairies don’t give anything without a price. ~MR Buttars
Amber Argyle always writes tales that inspire, enthrall, and firmly tug on the heart strings . . . These are fairies like you’ve never know them. ~Aimee, Getting Your Read On