Following her heart in pursuit of the human she loves, Nahia hides her faery identity in order to enter the human dimension.
After giving birth to a daughter, Nahia’s secret is revealed, as is the realization that she has forever altered the genetic human footprint. Faced with death, Nahia returns to the faerie realm only to have its dormant weight thrust upon her after the demise of its magical keeper.
To save her home and renew ties with both her human and faerie family, Nahia must find a way to reawaken the realm, become the new Faery Queen, and provide a royal descendant for the new Keeper of the Forest.
“Bossano’s writing is beautiful and rich with detail . . . A vivid and intricate fantasy tale about the ties that bind and the conflicts between two realms.”
“A novel of truly epic scale . . . With its deep and detailed dive into the fairy realm, as well as its vivid, high-level vocabulary, Nahia is a complex fantasy novel that should not be missed.”
Buy the book, and follow the author on social media:
Learn more about the writer. Visit the Author’s Website.
Buy the Book On Amazon.
Visit the Facebook Fan Page.
Visit the Twitter page.
Award-winning author Patricia Bossano grew up in Ecuador, South America and moved to the United States in the mid 1980’s to pursue a career in International Sales Operations, as well as work as a translator, interpreter and instructor in Spanish.
Over the years, writing continued to be Patricia’s main passion whether journaling, writing letters, short stories, and eventually, composing full-length novels. Patricia published the first of the Faerie books in 2009, starting with Faery Sight (winner of the 2010 Golden Quill Award of Excellence from the League of Utah Writers), followed by Cradle Gift in 2013.
In 2016, Patricia left the corporate world to follow her dream of being a full-time writer, allowing her to complete the third installment in The Faerie Series with the 2017 release of Nahia. The trilogy chronicles the history of a hybrid faery-human family and serves as “a celebration of the relationships between mothers, daughters and sisters” in Patricia’s family. Her short stories have appeared in the acclaimed Tales from Beyond anthologies, including Carolina Blue, 205 ó 25th Street, and Alison.