Authors: Cyndi Goodgame
Fey Court Trilogy
Also by Cynd
(Fey Court Trilogy)
Deception Book One
Tainted Book Two
Betrayal Book Three
Guardian (Companion to Deception)
(Marked Like Me Series)
Orion Book One
Son of Ra Book Two
Scorpion Book Three
Daughter of Anat Book Four
Shadow Queen Book Five
Protector (Companion Novella to Son of Ra)
s Kiss Series)
Denial Book One
Yield Book Two
Mary Never Had a Lamb, She Was the Lamb
(Twisted Nursery Rhymes for the Paranormal)
© August 2013 by Cyndi Goodgame Second Edition
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9781301962570 ASIN: B00C4Z6P62
[1. Supernatural-Fiction. 2. Fey, Faeries-Fiction. 3. Wilderness. 4. Arkansas-Fiction 5. Prophecies]
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To the Readers
Remember the quote, “How can a woman be expected to be happy with a man who insists on treating her as a perfectly
human being.” -Oscar Wilde.
Well, as with all who wish for the fairy tale, being human is not unlimited. Our dreams are hidden in the words of a book if only we would make them come true with every page.
-Top 100 List of YA Paranormal Romance Series
“Eeny, Meeny, Miny, Moe! I choose this one. What’s not to love about a girl with three guys who aren’t hard to look at? Who will it be?” -Reading Junky
“...I love the blend of romance and paranormal in the story. The book starts out very normal and then gets stranger and stranger until the real story begins.” –Andrea H.
“Gah! I’m in love with this series. :) The guys are yummy and the storyline is complex. The book is intense and full of plot twists. I hope she writes fast, because I am dying to get my hands on book three.” – Andrea H.
“...really good book. I only wish they would release the third book!” – Hilary S.
“As far as Fey books go, these are near the top of my list.” – Scarlett J.
Table of Contents
-n. 1. the action of deceiving someone. 2. a thing that deceives.
- n. an absurd pretense intended to create a pleasant respectable appearance
- v. hit forcibly and deliberately with one’s hand or a weapon or other implement.
-v. 1. contaminate or pollute (something) 2. to affect with a bad or undesirable quality
- adj. not guilty of a crime or offense
- v. organized or make plans for in a required order
- n. usually military observation of a region to locate an enemy or ascertain strategic features; preliminary surveying or research
- n. a thing said, written, or done to deal with or as a reaction to a question, statement, or situation.
-v. ask someone repeatedly and annoyingly for something
- adj. showing courage, determination, and spirit
- n. a precious or semiprecious stone, especially when cut and polished or engraved.
-n. the reason for which something is done or created or for which something exists. v. have one’s intention or objective
- n. self-punishment inflicted as an outward expression of repentance for having done wrong
- v. hide or disguise the presence( a person, animal, or object)
n. a tendency or partiality of a particular kind v. to incline or bend from a vertical position
1. disappear suddenly and completely 2. gradually cease to exist
- v. discover by investigation or searching
n. a device or implement; used to carry out a particular function
-v. to commit treason; to give aid or information to an enemy of
Court Gestures (Jesters)
- n. a movement of part of the body, especially a hand or at the head, to express an idea or meaning
-n.1. a professional joker or “fool” at a medieval court, typically wearing a cap with bells on it and carrying a mock scepter. 2. a person who habitually plays a fool.
- adj. not mixed or diluted with any different or extra elements; complete and absolute
Chapter Twenty One
- v. 1. keep from sight. 2. keep secret’ prevent from being known or noticed.
Chapter Twenty Two
- adj. truly what something is said to be; authentic 2. sincere
Chapter Twenty Three
- n. the inescapable or implacable agent of someone’s or something’s downfall.
Chapter Twenty Four
-n. the state of being away from a place or person.
Chapter Twenty Five
- n. the informal exchange of ideas by spoken words.
Chapter Twenty Six
-n. a long speech by one actor in a play or movie 2. the form or style of such speeches.
Chapter Twenty Seven
-n. a relationship based on an affinity in interests, nature, or qualities
Chapter Twenty Eight
- an instance where two or more people coming together again after separation
Chapter Twenty Nine
odd man out
- n. a person differing from all other members of a group in some way.
- n. a strong feeling of support or allegiance
Chapter Thirty One
- adj. having a visible (or non visible) mark
Chapter Thirty Two
-n. something done to get ready for an event or undertaking
Chapter Thirty Three
-v. to move backward
Chapter Thirty Four
- n. a feeling of worry, nervousness, or unease, typically about an imminent event or something with an uncertain outcome.
Chapter Thirty Five
-n. an agreement between two or more parties as to what each party will do for the other.
Chapter Thirty Six
- v. 1. the force or principle believed to predetermine events 2. a consequence or final result
Chapter Thirty Seven
optimistic- adj. hopeful and confident about th
Chapter Thirty Eight
- n. the action or power of focusing one’s attention or mental effort. 2. dealing with one particular thing above all others.
Chapter Thirty Nine
-v. twist or twine together
- n. the study of past events, particularly in
affairs (the Fey history remains hidden thus far)
Chapter Forty One
- v. 1. to refrain from treating harshly; treat mercifully or leniently. 2. to refrain from harming or destroying
Chapter Forty Two
- adj. being or amounting to a single unit or individual or entire thing, item, or object rather than two or more
Chapter Forty Three
-n. the ability to do something or act in a particular way
Chapter Forty Four
-n. a sound or series of sounds caused by the reflection of sound waves from a surface back to a listener.
Chapter Forty Five
- v. 1. make known to others 2. cause or allow to be seen
Chapter Forty Six
- 1. n. simple elegance or refinement of movement 2. v. do honor or credit to someone or something by one’s presence.
Chapter Forty Seven
- v. the refusal of something requested or desired.
-n. the act of consenting to receive or undertake something.
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