Fiona Pascalle lives a quiet life enjoying solitude and gentle magic, but the world has a different plan for her. Unwillingly, she meets an old love and an imperious queen, but does everything she can to avoid meeting the mysterious princess Minerva. Who will live and who will die when Fiona and her friends meet the Black Faerie Prince?
"Fiona and the Black Faerie Prince is one of those instructive fantasies that help us all to lift the veil between realities, both seen and unseen. Not short of intrigue or mystery, this engaging novel lends itself to late night reading, stretching the imagination to embrace multifaceted interconnecting worlds. A highly entertaining and enchanting read."
-Alex Holland, M.Ac., L.Ac., author of ‘Voices of Qi – An Introductory Guide to Traditional Chinese Medicine’
Ken Coffman was born in Medford, Oregon in 1953. He’s been a berry picker, cat food factory worker, dish washer, Air Force Sergeant, rock-n-roll bass player, concert promoter, author, publisher, electrical engineer and engineering manager. In tribute to a life-long love of the written word, he’s authored 13 books and counting. His latest novel is called The Sandcastles of Irakkistan. He splits his time between the international headquarters of Stairway Press in Washington State and a satellite office in Arizona.
Kristen was born in Brattleboro, Vermont in 1969. She spent her early years working in bookstores and teaching younglings. She eventually found her way into corporate America where she was discovered by Ken. After some gentle and not so gentle nudges, a writing partnership was born. While she had always toyed with the idea of writing, it was Ken who fueled the fire and the Fiona series came roaring into existence. When she’s not writing, you’ll find her walking barefoot everywhere, practicing sword and sparring with her son, brewing kombucha, out on her paddle board playing and swimming with her beloved harbor seals or in the kitchen cooking up wonderful foods. Kristen lives in a 200 year old farm house in a small town in Maine with her teenage son, their two cats Luna and Althea, and their dog Bailey.