Being in high school isn’t all tea and cupcakes for anyone. For Minerva—Minnie to her friends—it’s especially hard. She and her guardian get by in the small, rural, Western town where they’re hiding, but the whole “hiding” thing is part of what’s hard. They’re on the run, missing their old lives, and Minnie’s supposedly some sort of princess. But the very worst part is not being able to use one single, tiny, iota of her magic. If she slips, even once, The Black Faerie King will find them.
Being an orphan isn’t easy, either, but Minnie has Fiona Pascälle, who took her in after Minnie’s mother died. They used to have Sean, too, the mysterious man of peculiar and wonderful talents who taught Minnie to use her magic. But after a prophetic dream, Fiona and Minnie were forced to flee to protect Sean and their magical world.
Trevir—The Black Faerie King—is ever watchful. He’s on the fast track to world domination, bringing violence, corruption, and Black Death into the world. He won’t stop until he has it all, including his foretold bride. There’s only one way to combat the malevolence that is Trevir: the reluctant Queen and the Moon Maiden will be forced back into the world of magic. But will their powers be enough against such determined evil?