A Silver Thread
Growing up in the beauty of the mythical Evald, Tanya and her sisters enjoy a life of secrets and magical friends. The Mist keeps strangers at bay, as the childlike innocence of Tanya's refuge is often lost on the modern world. When her father and brother die, Tanya's mother and sisters give up their fabled existence, keeping with them secrets of the woods and characteristics they must hide in order to protect themselves in Lockwood, New York. When Tanya transitions into the real world and falls for Aaron Sands, she finds that life outside of Evald offers more tears than retribution. Tanya's fauth, M****, and familiars visit Tanya often, but as she ages, it becomes harder for the young fairy to travel through The Mist and back to Evald, because fairies must find a soul mate in order to survive in this hidden realm. A trip abroad to see her beloved aunt offers hope. Dreams from her past show Tanya a handsome red-haired man. When Tanya discovers Roy is a leprechaun, she is sure that he is the one to cross over with, but her dreams then point her to another young love in Ithaca. What could Chris have to do with her future? An untimely death and the revelation of her mother's sins leave Tanya in a whirlwind as she struggles to accept her identity and find a soul mate that will make the transition between two very different worlds. Only one thing can help her, and it may be as simple as A Silver Thread.
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