WEALD FAE JOURNALS
For over five thousand years, the two most powerful Fae clans have fought to determine the fate of humanity. The Seelie clan stood in support of human life, while the Unseelie clan sought to cleanse the earth of what they considered a pestilence. Two thousand years ago, the Seelie prevailed for the second time and saved mankind from annihilation, but only after a human, a Maebown, sacrificed himself to defeat the leader of the Unseelie Clan. When the Fae wars ended, the Seelie forced the remaining Fae into obscurity and left the physical realm to the dominion of humankind. By the twenty-first century, the Seelie have become disillusioned with human stewardship of the world, and the once vanquished Unseelie have expanded their ranks and are fiercely determined to finish what they started. One person stands in their way.
Sixteen-year-old Maggie O'Shea has never met an immortal, never heard of the Aetherfae or elemental trials, and she doesn't know anything about the ancient conflict between the Fae clans. All that changes when Maggie moves with her family to Eureka Springs, Arkansas, an eclectic mountain village with a colorful past. Like most humans, she doesn’t believe in fairies or Fae. She promises herself that she'll do her time in the "sticks" and return to Florida as soon as she can, resolving not to grow attached to Arkansas or the people who live there.
Maggie's plans begin to unravel when her eccentric aunt reveals the existence of the Fae and tells Maggie that she is to become a Steward—a liaison between the Fae and the human race. Despite her desire to return to Florida, she reluctantly accepts her new role. Her life is thrown into a tailspin when she learns that she may be the first Maebown in more than 2000 years, thrusting her into the center of the ancient Fae conflict. Maggie must fight to protect her family, herself and the fate of the human race.