Eero might be gone, but does his revolution continue?
Coming November 1, 2013
On September 3rd, the one year anniversary of the release of Fairyproof, Constance Phillips unveiled the cover to the novella follow up, Council Courtship. Follow Tristan and Quinn, along with some familiar faces, as they deal with the aftermath of Eero’s revolution…finding love in the ashes.
Also, please visit http://wwww.constancephillips.com/blog to participate in Fairyproof’s birthday party, which runs September 3-10. Prizes!
About Council Courtship
Tristan Ipsly knows firsthand how Eero’s ideals have ripped houses apart. More than half of his family was prosecuted for supporting the revolution, the remaining fled to the otherworld, leaving him the lone member of his house, and one of two candidates for the recently vacated Council seat. As a healer who is seated on the Repopulation Project, he has real solutions to the problems that face them all, but fears he’s been branded a traitor, not worthy of the seat. How can he even think the head of the Vettore House would allow him to court Quinn.
Quinn Vettore knows that Fairykind is dying. Eero and his revolution have left them a people divided, but she believes tradition and the Canon’s writing are equally to blame. She wants to see the Council fill the recent vacancy with someone who will be the voice of change. The prime candidate in her mind is the same choice of her heart: Tristan.
Too bad her grandfather is the one man who stands in the way of both.
About the Author
Constance Phillips lives in Ohio with her husband, two ready-to-leave-the-nest children, and four canine kids. Her perfect fantasy vacation would involve hunting Dracula across Europe with her daughter, who also digs that kind of stuff. When she’s not writing about fairies, shifters, vamps, and guardian angels, she’s working side-by-side with her husband in their hardwood flooring business.
Constance is actively involved in her local Romance Writers of America chapter (MVRWA) and the Southeast Michigan chapter of the United States Pony Club. When not writing or enjoying the outdoors, she loves reality television or can be found at a Rick Springfield concert (just look for the pink Converse high tops).