Finding Roanoak


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Emme is the midwife for the Roanoak Colony. Circumstances threaten their survival, but Emme has met a European man calling himself Tighe in the forest where no European man should be.

Tighe has problems of his own. His people fled across the sea to escape mortal men and their iron weapons, but now they are dying out. Stealing children is not an option, but Tighe hopes if Emme and some of the other women from the failing colony will agree to come live with his people, they will interbreed. However his mother is opposed to bringing mortals into Faerie and threatens to close the border sealing the Fae in and sealing their doom. At the same time, he has lost Emme's trust and does not know how to regain it. His efforts to protect her with Fae magic have also cast a suspicion of witchcraft on her from the expedition.

Praise for Christa Maurice:
“…readers will definitely want to stay by the characters’ sides for the whole ride.” –Romantic Times

"A novel full of spicy, hot, sizzling moments that will hook readers in forever." – Diana Urban

"Reminds me of Susan Elizabeth Phillips.” –Night Owl Reviews

“It was completely unexpected but yet extremely entertaining. It was the best ending to an extremely good read.” – Night Owl Reviews

“Send Me an Angel by Christa Maurice is one stunning romance that will have readers instantly coming back for more. Her plot is addictive and enticing.” – Universal Creativity Inc

“I found myself missing lunch because I didn’t want to put the book down.” – You Gotta Read Reviews

“Christa Maurice is a new to me author, and I can say after reading this story that I will be on the lookout for other works by her. This was a refreshing twist to the normal HEA of romance, and it didn’t disappoint in the least.” – Long and Short Reviews

“My emotions swung from crying to laughing and back again.” – Manic Readers

“All the necessary ingredients whipping up a delicious novel, making it a delectable read.” – Red Roses for Authors

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