Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Goblin Fires Blog Tour with Author Brantwijn Serrah


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book info

Title: Goblin Fires
Series: Chronicles of The

 Four Courts, #1
Author: Brantwijn Serrah
Genre: Fantasy Erotica
Audience:  Adult
Formats: .E-book
Publisher: Breathless Press
Cover By: Victoria Miller
Editor: Jayne Wolf
Pages: 179 pages
Date Published: April 25th, 2014


From the moment she laid eyes on sweet Ceri, Reagan knew she

 would be lost forever. A Sidhe Royal, though, could never

 return such feelings for a War-Child...
As the daughter of the fae Goddess of War, Reagan was sworn

 into service to the Sidhe monarchies before she was born.  Her

 contract forever binds her to the beautiful goblin princess

 Ceridwen. When an unseen enemy threatens the Fae Courts

, Ceridwen is caught in the attack, and Reagan must fight to the

 ends of the earth to save her. But will this battle tear her away

 from her princess forever?

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We came out on the other side of the park, across from the

 Terrace, in time to see the three Princesses and Erin emerge

 from the restaurant patio, bright with conversation. There

 were flittering butterflies—or at least, what mortals would

 take to be butterflies—drifting playfully around them. Pixies

, three of them: one dusky lavender, one a pale coral orange,

 and one pristine white.
It happened in a perfect storm of a moment. Ceri distracted me,

 my head perhaps too busy with all Finn had said. She

 captivated me, such a joy to behold, and in the beautiful

 noonday sun all the pretty kindness of her face radiated

, brimming with unspeakable serenity. She walked between

 Nina and Neri, laughing at something Nina told her. Erin and

 Puca scampered ahead, the latter bounding and barking at the

 coral-colored pixie with seamless dog-like excitement.
We had no reason to expect danger. I brushed at the snowflake

-white pixie, who flew up very close to tug prankishly at my

 hair, trying to shoo it away as I watched the girls enter the

 street at the light change.
Then—almost too late—I realized the little creature wasn't

 trying to play with me.
It wanted to get my attention.
That's when my hackles raised and my spine stiffened. I sensed

 it—a brief split-second warning, a flutter of heat in my

 stomach: my portent of ill to come. Finn noticed me react and

 in turn he lunged to be ready. I saw it first, though, coming up

 the street too fast, swerving between lanes, and heedless of the

 light: an old, rusted, ugly car, something enormous and boat

-like, full of dents.
Careening straight for the Ladies.
We moved quickly. I have said I am no hand at magic but this is

 why: as the adrenaline rushed through my limbs, I surrendered

 to a surge of unearthly power. I launched myself into the street

 like a charging beast, lunging violently through the knot of

 strolling pedestrians, and avoiding collision with wildly

 preternatural speed. Finn, even bigger and broader than I,

 danced through the started people with the precision of a 

practiced gymnast.
Erin stumbled, caught off guard as she saw us rushing at her; at

 the same time a blue truck waiting to turn noticed the 

oncoming sedan and sped up to get out of the way.
I grabbed the handmaiden and swept her to one side, bringing

 my hand down on the truck's bumper hard enough to dent it as

 I forced it to a stop. A second vehicle, a utility SUV leaving the

 park, saw the rust-bucket coming and swerved to the right to

 avoid being hit; Finn squared himself in front of it, seizing the
 grill in both hands before it could barrel through the

 crosswalk. I bounded up over the hood of the truck and

 managed to grab Nina and Ceridwen out of the way of the

 oncoming car.
Neri, though, froze, caught in an instant of paralyzing shock

. The rust-bucket screeched, desperately trying to squeal to a

 stop... and instead going into a skid.

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character bio


Reagan of the Morrigan
Reagan is the Knight of Autumn Court. Half goblin, half Unbridled Sidhe, she was born into a contract which binds her to the King of the Autumn Fae and his daughter, the Autumn Lady. Reagan is a brazen Cassanova, sweeping lady fae off their feet—though her heart truly belongs to the princess she can never have.


Ceridwen, Lady of the Autumn Court
Ceridwen, daughter of the Autumn King and Poet of the Four Courts, is known throughout Thairy for her haunting beauty and quiet grace. As the princess of the Season of Change, she acts as an ambassador between the Courts. Her courtiers, Erin, Reagan and the Puca, are very dear to her.


Erin, Sidhe Handmaiden
Ceridwen's distant cousin and unique lookalike, Erin acts as the Lady's handmaiden and aide. Flighty, flirty and fun-loving, she's a classical mischievous fae. Her specialty lies in creating faerie glamours, able to change her appearance and even the appearance of the world around her.


Finn of the Morrigan
Finn is Reagan's half-brother, born of the Morrigan and an elvyn nobleman. Like Reagan, he was chosen to serve the House of the Springtime Court, becoming guardian to the Springtime Ladies Nineva and Nerissa. Though he can be a charming devil, he holds one love true to his heart, and has never strayed.


Talaith of the Winter Fae
Fourth daughter of Oberon, Talaith is an adventurous free spirit and happily distanced from her crown.  She spends most of her time in the human world enjoying the charmed life of a princess in New York City. Though Tala can be spoiled and impish, at heart she is all royal: a cool, unshakeable sovereign.