It's mating season in the Magical Forest, and the Faery Prince is on the hunt for a special Snow Fox. If all goes well, he'll capture the heart of his chosen mate.
Dalla won't make it easy for him. Gualin will have to be master of the hunt if he hopes to catch his Foxy Lady.
Praise for Foxy Lady
"This is a couple that will charm their way into your heart and cement Ms. Karland as an author you'll want to add to your 'watch' list."
4.5 Ribbons! -- Chrissy Dionne, Romance Junkies
"If you are looking for a quick read, sure to turn up the temperature go get a copy of this book today. This book is a great to read when you only have a short amount of time and want something that is sure to pack a punch."
-- Jacquelyn R. Ward, The Romance Studio
"Another great addition to the Snowfire series with well developed characters and vividly descriptive erotic scenes."
4 Cherries! --Agapanthus, Whipped Cream Reviews
This e-book file may contain adult scenes and language which some may find offensive and which is not appropriate for a young audience. Changeling Press E-Books are for sale to adults, only, as defined by the laws of the country in which you made your purchase. Please store your files wisely, where they cannot be accessed by under-aged readers.
Foxy Lady (Snowfire)
All rights reserved.
Copyright ©2009, 2018 Marteeka Karland
Dalla stretched and snuggled into the soft blanket of her tail, tucking her paws closer into her chest. She still smelled winter outside her den, but spring's clean scent teased her nose. She took a deep breath and sighed, happily…
There was another scent. One she'd never thought to smell in this neck of the woods. At least not in winter. Dalla raised her head and squinted her eyes, straining to get a look at the faery prince. What was Gualin doing here before spring?
There! It took no time at all to find him; his scent was so clear in the morning air.
He stood beneath a holly tree, naked in the snow. The early morning sunlight barely peeked through the evergreen leaves, but faery dust caught that light and sparkled around him. His silver and green wings fluttered in the breeze, looking much more delicate than they actually were.
Knowing she'd never get back to sleep, Dalla uncurled herself, shifting from a full Snow Fox to her partially human form. She fluffed her tail prettily and crept from her den. Maybe she could find a hiding place to watch the faery prince without him noticing her for a while. He was so beautiful she could watch him the rest of the winter and be perfectly content.
Pale golden skin rippled with lovely muscle and sinew. His chest was dusted liberally with hair that she itched to run her fingers through, and his long, dark hair whipped around him in the cool, wintry gusts, revealing delicately pointed ears. Eyes as cool and blue as the winter sky were framed by dark lashes and slanted brows, giving him that exotic Fae look his people were so famous for. Dalla knew they would change with the seasons, and by spring they would be a sparkling green. Mystical. Magical. Gualin was masculine, yet exotic, and so beyond her reach she might as well be back in her den deep in hibernation.
Then he looked at her. Straight at her. It was as if he'd known she was there all along. "I hoped you'd come out, Dalla."