Winter’s Orphans – Book One
Winner 2001 Dream Realm Award and 2002 Eppie for Best Fantasy Novel
Discovering that she’s half-faerie is only the beginning of Mina’s troubles. Not only must she juggle the factory job that’s slowly draining her body and soul, but now she has to spend her nights learning to control the dark winter magic that lives in her blood. Because if she doesn’t master her talents in time, the Seelie Court will most certainly kill her.
“Winter’s Orphans is a superb… fantasy with a great romantic subplot. Mina, the heroine, is gutsy, flawed, cocky and sincere. Duncan, the hero, is intense, dedicated and torn…It’s a tale of dark magic, of age- old revenge and totally original world-building in Corvidae’s setting of Niune…I loved the book.”
–Linnea Sinclair, award-winning author of Finder’s Keepers and Gabriel’s Ghost
Prince of Ash – Book Two
Winner 2006 Dream Realm Award
Sixteen-year-old Pooka spends his days running with his gang…and his nights battling seelie fae. Without any hope for his own future, he fights against the creatures who would prey upon the inhabitants of the slums that are his home.
Alexandreya fled her homeland hoping for a better life in Dere. But her faeling blood makes her a target from the moment she sets foot on the docks. Before long, her life will be entangled with those of the faelings of Dere…and her heart with a boy who may unknowingly hold the key to their survival.
5 Stars “Elaine Corvidae deftly depicts the profound psychological wounds that twist how we see ourselves…Prince Of Ash is a spellbinding saga of love, acceptance, forgiveness, and inner beauty.”
- Dena Kosche, Fallen Angel Reviews
The Sundered Stone – Book Three
Finalist 2007 Dream Realm Award
The battle lines have been drawn, and the seelie and unseelie fae will stop at nothing to destroy one another. Caught in the middle of a war that none of them wants, the faelings of Dere must fight for their survival.
Street-wise Pook has no desire to take up the role of Prince of the Unseelie Fae. Yet he may have no choice if he is to live through the coming battle and win the heart of the girl he loves.
With little magic of her own, Alexandreya hopes that her mechanical inventions can help turn the tide of the war. But as a danger from Alex’s past draws ever closer, she finds herself in the center of the maelstrom, torn in a contest between seelie and unseelie, with Pook as the prize.
For all is not as it seems, and the faelings will soon learn that everything they believed about the faery war is nothing more than a terrible lie.
“The Sundered Stone is an excellent, character-driven, fast-paced fantasy. But it’s also a bit of a love story between Pook and Alex, lending tenderness to a plot that’s loaded with perils on every side. They fight against insurmountable odds to be together while trying to help those around them. You can’t ask for a better hero and heroine than that.”
-Margaret Marr, Nights and Weekends
Daughter of Snow – Book Four
Although the Faerie War has ended, the battle rages on for faelings Alexandreya and Pook. Despite the decree of the Faerie King, rogue fae who prey on humans still haunt the night, and it’s up to Alex and Pook to protect the mortals of their city.
Between hunting the fae and attending university, Alex has more than enough to worry about. But her life is about to be upended by the appearance of fae from her homeland, which seem determined to drive her back to the place she risked her life to escape. And when a figure from Alex’s past returns, she and Pook discover that the strength of their hearts will be tested in ways they never imagined.
“…gripping…” – Night Owl Reviews
Hunter’s Crown – Book Five
When Pook and Alex return to Niune, they find a land in turmoil: mermaids attacking ships, plagues decimating the countryside, and the capital city of Dere completely cut off from the rest of the kingdom. A usurper has stolen King Dubh’s throne and led the Faerie Realm into an all-out war on the mortal world.
To save the kingdom, Pook and Alex must first battle their way across a land under siege by faery magic. Joining them in their quest is Ethna, a bean-sidhe with a grudge against the usurper; Bug, the faeling cat; and Fox, the mad seer.
But getting to Dere is only the start of their problems. The Wild Hunt is on their heels, determined to capture or kill everyone who opposes the usurper. And in the end, Pook may have to choose between his heart…and the lives of the mortals he has sworn to protect.