Visiting Ireland with her daughter Lee, author Fianna Leighton expected only to see her daughter become reunited with Patrick O'Neill, the man she'd fallen in love with. Instead Fianna falls through a set of standing stones to find herself in an antiquated world much like Ireland, she facing far more than even she could imagine.
Eladun LeGrey is the King of the Gypsies, the perfect tall dark and handsome hero, someone she had always considered a figment of her imagination. But in Eireland, he is startlingly real - a man she knows intimately, a character she'd written about for years, a man she'd already fallen deeply in love with.
Aldeir is a handsome, silver-haired elf, light to Eladun's dark, and another of her beloved characters but also far too real. Arrogant and proud, he is a powerful Fae with magick Eladun does not have.
Together they will fight against the Giant Tadhg, who intends to covet not only Eireland, but the real Ireland, and Fianna as well. Fianna must choose between the Fae, and decide which of the two worlds is really hers.