Thousands of years ago, Eledon was created for the Elves by their Mentors when they were forced to leave Earth. At least, that’s how the legend goes. In return, the Elves must pay them a tribute in gold, known as the Golden Harvest, every four thousand years. The Elfin Council of Elders appoints Lady Alexin (Alex) Dumwalt, the Keeper of the Keys, to manage the next payment, due 244 years from now. That is, until the Mentors show up unexpectedly and demand immediate payment of the Epsilon Account. Since the Harvest has never been called that, Alex suspects foul play and uncovers a sinister plot by the Star Elves, a rival clan from the Constellations, who want to steal the gold. To make matters worse, they’re willing to do anything to succeed to include murder. Can Alex stop them and save the Elfin gold before it’s too late?
Targeted Age Group:: adult
Heat/Violence Level: Heat Level 3 – PG-13
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I was inspired to write this book after reading "The Hunger Games." I didn't want the tribute to be children; I wanted it to be gold, because nothing stirs greed more than the desire for gold.
How Did You Come up With Your Characters?
I loved the Elves in "Lord of the Rings" so I created a character named Alex, who was half Elf and half mortal. She has been the main character of my books from the first one called: The Black Elf of Seaward Isle. Over ten books, she's matured and remains the main character of my books. She's the Keeper of the Keys and works for the Elfin Council of Elders, but she has gotten special permission to finish a contract as a fashion model which she signed when she was exiled to the mortal world. I try not to base my characters on real people, but I did use Yves St. Laurent for Alex's fashion designer boss, Etienne.
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