APRIL 30TH 2020
Most people think the fae are gone. Most people are wrong.
Owen Williams wakes after a horrific car accident to find his wife is dead—and somehow turned into a gryphon—and their kids gone after a home invasion turned horribly wrong. Shattered and reeling, he vows to do whatever it takes to find them.
When a fae scout appears and promises to reunite him with his kids, he doesn’t hesitate before joining her. But she warns him that if he wants to protect his family, he must follow the fae to their city, the hidden haven of Tearmann.
With enemies on the horizon, Owen needs to set aside his fears and take up arms to defend their new home alongside the people he’s always been taught were monsters—or he’ll lose everyone he’s trying to protect.
Content Warnings: character death, violence, and racism against non-humans.
MAY 28TH, 2022
The fae are on the brink of war.
It’s been nearly a year since the Battle of Tearmann. With their last legitimate trade routes cut off, the fae increasingly rely on the Corps away teams to get essential supplies. Owen Williams, now a Corps member, has spent the last ten months running the border to get the haven what it needs to survive. But his last mission nearly killed him and his decision to join the corps threatened his fragile relationship with his family—a relationship that was already stressed to the breaking point by his son’s death.
But after Percill, a battleborn vampire, reveals the location of a group of the fae captives, the corps leadership makes it clear that there isn’t much they won’t do to rescue them. When Percill refuses to say more without a guarantee that Owen will be on the team that rescues them, Owen agrees even though going on this mission could shatter what’s left of his family.
Success means he gets to retire a hero and go home to his family. However, failure wouldn’t just risk the captives, but could end with him held alongside them and separated from his family forever.
Content Warnings: character death, violence, minor body horror, medical experimentation, dehumanization, and racism against non-humans.
Custom Tea Blends
Tea blends inspired by the world and characters of the Fae Queen's Court
Beira's Evening Blend
The preferred afternoon blend of the fae queen herself.
Made from Black Tea, Lavender, Orange, Chamomile, Blue Cornflowers, Natural Vanilla Flavor, Rose Petals, Natural Bergamot Flavor, Natural Creme Flavor & Rose Flavor. Brewed best for three minutes in freshly boiled water.
Owen's Long Day
After a long day of chasing the kids around and working in his shop, Owen likes to relax with a nice cup of tea and a book.
Made from Black Tea, Hibiscus, Chamomile, Rose Petals, Natural Hibiscus Flavor & Rose Flavor. Brewed best for four minutes in freshly boiled water.
Tearmann Market Special
A popular blend in the Tearmann marketplace.
Made from Assam Melody Tea, Ceylon Sonata Tea, Black Tea, Natural Creme Flavor & Natural Vanilla Flavor. Brewed best for three minutes in freshly boiled water.