H.D. Hunter
Risin' Sun by H.D. Hunter

Lily Towell has never been one to follow the rules. She has an unfortunate
habit of disregarding anything that is considered proper and expected of a
young lady, despite coming from a wealthy family in the late 19th century
Great Britain. In fact, her preferred pastimes include daydreaming, not paying
attention in her lessons, and making a game of manipulating her younger
brother, Liam. Simply put, she leads a comfortable, albeit dull, life.

But her life is thrown into turmoil when she has an unorthodox meeting with
Jasper, a "homeless," self-proclaimed sorcerer from a different dimension.
Soon, Lily finds herself in a world very unlike her own, one that is fully
equipped with creatures she thought—or rather, hoped—didn’t exist. As if the
trauma of being in a place where humans aren’t at the top of the food chain
isn’t enough, Lily has a bigger problem: Jasper, the red-headed, freckle-
faced vagabond, is her key to getting home…assuming they can survive long
enough for him to remember the way.

Risin’ Sun is a dark fairytale full of magic and mischief, beauties and
beasts—and just a touch of nonsense.
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