I Give You The Entire First Chapter Of Dark Waters

It’s been over a week since I last blogged, so I thought I’d give you guys a little something special. The available excerpt of my latest release Dark Waters is just a snippet of the first chapter. But that’s not enough to share with my wonderful readers. So here is the whole first chapter, from the beginning :)

Hope you enjoy!


“Lady Adora Belira, Princess of the Seelie Court, daughter of King Polara, and future ruler of the Water Lands.”

As the kingdom’s attendant announced her arrival in the court, Adora rolled her eyes. Stating her entire title each time she entered the room was so ridiculous and unnecessary. But Father had always been a stickler for rules. He was one of the last remaining old-school faeries, insisting his lands follow the ancient laws laid down by the Originals.

Adora had never followed the rules. Her mother was the enforcer of the family. Since she’d died, Adora had used her father’s obliviousness to her advantage and rebelled against him and the kingdom at every chance she got.

Father looked down at her clothing with a frown. She preferred to wear combat gear, consisting of a skin-tight top, pants, and versatile boots. The rest of the kingdom would prefer she conform and dress in something more fitting for a princess, a flowing gown that had no practical use whatsoever. She was a healer for the army. She needed to be prepared for anything.

“I do wish you’d wear something Kilip has prepared for you, even if only when dining in the court.” Father spoke with a slight wheeze.

“And I do wish you’d see someone about that cough you have,” she told him, sticking out her chin stubbornly. “It’s getting worse, Father.”

Adora sat by his side at the head of the royal dining table. Several heads turned and people gasped when she spoke to the king

with a tone of disrespect. Once again, she rolled her eyes. She’d been doing a lot of that lately.

“Mind your business,” Adora snapped at the gawkers. All of them looked down and focused on their own conversations. She turned back to her father, filled with concern. “Please, Father. You’re becoming ill. You need to slow down.”

He waved a dismissive hand at her. “Oh, please. I’m Fae. We don’t get these illnesses you keep referring to. I’m twelve hundred years old. I’ve had a full life. Maybe it’s the Fates telling me it’s almost your time to rule the Court.”

A shudder spread through Adora’s very being. Although she’d been trained for it her entire life, she never wanted to be a queen. She hated politics and had also grown tired of death threats. Ever since she was born, there had been several assassination attempts. While the majority had some from the Unseelie Court and the Fire Lands, some had come from her own kingdom. Her parents had the traitors executed. She hated being royalty.

“You know how I feel about becoming queen, Father.”

The king picked up his fork and waited for a servant to place a plate of food before him. “We are not discussing this again. Especially in front of our guests.”

Guests. Adora scoffed. Those who shared the dining room were friends, followers and sexual slaves of her father’s. Faeries were very sexual beings. They partook in intimate acts in front of company just as they would eat or drink. While she was no prude, Adora definitely didn’t approve of women fondling and kissing her father while she sat inches away.

When a blue-haired vixen ran her hand up the king’s thigh, Adora stood so quickly her chair flew out behind her. “I’ll be in my quarters if you need me.” She almost growled the words out.

Father barely seemed to notice, too busy concentrating on his food and dick to pay attention to her hissy fit.

Adora stormed down the hallway toward her living quarters, angry at the vulgarity of the woman with her father. Crossing the bridge over the lake that separated her quarters from the rest of the castle, she came to an abrupt halt. She was acutely aware of the fact that she was by herself. She’d never been truly alone. Guards always followed her. No matter where she went, at least one pair of eyes watched her. She always sensed them.

But right now, she was completely alone. Adora called to her magic, feeling the water beneath immediately respond. While faeries were attuned to nature and able to control all four elements, most of them specialized in one area. As future queen of the Water Lands, she’d been born attuned to the element—but that wasn’t her only strength.


As the most successful faery assassin in the realm, Randor wasn’t surprised when the Unseelie queen ordered him to kidnap a member of the Seelie royal family. The two kingdoms had been at war for over ten decades. It began because of a simple territory dispute. Now, each just wanted to one up the other.

He left the Unseelie army to stay out of the fight he deemed “ridiculous and unnecessary.” Unfortunately he was labelled as a traitor after that. He struck a deal with the late Unseelie king to leave the faery realm so he could lead an anonymous life. The one condition was that he work as an assassin. After all, he’d been the most successful officer in the Unseelie army, rising to the highest ranks before his fortieth year, a feat that took most eighty-plus years to accomplish.

Very little surprised him anymore. He’d always thought he was immune to the emotion—until he saw his target.

Princess Adora. She was officially the most beautiful creature he’d ever seen. Long, wavy blonde hair touched the small of her back and was highlighted with every imaginable colour. Her tall, curvy body was covered in a tight top, pants, and boots. She dressed like a warrior rather than royalty. For the first time in his life, he hesitated to approach a target. In two silent steps, he stood behind her, alert and ready. The moment he called for the air, the ability he used to knock out his victims, a wave of power washed over him. With wide eyes, he regarded the princess and reached for his sword.

Water from the lake where they stood whirled and surrounded him. His hair whipped around his head and a force of power held him completely still as the whirlpool closed in. Concentrating, he called his energy forth and the familiar heat of power rushed through his veins. An invisible shield formed around his body, encasing him in a cocoon that was virtually impenetrable. The golden aura spread from

his body, pushing the water back a few inches so he could unsheathe his sword. It took more effort than it should have. She was far stronger than he’d expected.

The water dropped back into the lake but he kept his shield up as a precaution. Who knew what else had been kept from him?

“Who are you?” Princess Adora asked in a low, threatening tone. She’d also drawn her sword and stood in a defensive stance, a shimmering black aura surrounding her body.

He said nothing. That was his golden rule—never speak to the target. Do the job and get it over with. What happened to them wasn’t his concern. All he wanted out of the deal was money and anonymity—the ability to live away from both kingdoms.

“If you don’t tell me who you are and why you’re here, I’ll assume you’re hostile and deal with you accordingly.”

He couldn’t help but smirk. Though this woman looked like a warrior, she spoke like a royal. Still, he didn’t doubt she’d strike him. He’d have to use his gift of invisibility to capture her.

Without another thought, he concentrated on his inner core, the space beneath his ribs where his power pulled from, and made himself and everything on him disappear.

The princess’s face went blank and her stance became more wary. Funny. Most people blinked twice and ran. But this woman stood her ground.

“Whoever you are, you’ve picked the wrong night to piss me off.”

He moved around her, sheathing his sword as he did. Holding both hands just a few inches from either side of her head, Randor concentrated on entering her mind. This was how he retrieved his targets. It was also the part of his job he hated. It could be draining. The stronger the target, the more energy it took to enter the mind. And Princess Adora was strong.

He closed his eyes and saw her mind. The barrier her magic formed was thick and strong. Surging forward with his own power, he opened his mind to hers, melding the two of them together. The moment he pushed through the mental barrier, he felt a sharp pain in his stomach.

Shit. He’d been stabbed.

Hostility and triumph rang through to him from the princess’s mind. Then it weakened before she completely blacked out.


Adora awoke lying on a cold, hard, stone floor. Her head ached and throbbed. What happened to her? She left the feast, headed for her quarters and…nothing. Her mind was completely blank.

So what was she doing on a floor? Sitting up, Adora rubbed her head and found she was shackled. Both her wrists and ankles were bound in iron cuffs. The metal shimmered with green energy. They’d been charmed, no doubt with a captivity spell.

Good gods, what am I supposed to do?

It was no use trying to free herself. Captivity spells were almost impossible to break without the proper words. Wait, could she pull the chains out of the wall?

Jumping to her feet, Adora stepped back until the chains were tight. They were attached by one hook embedded into the wall.

This should be easy.

Grasping the cold iron chains, she gave a mighty yank. The instant she did, pain shot up her arms. Adora hunched and winced as the cuffs around her wrists tightened, digging into her skin.

“The more you struggle, the tighter they become.” A deep male voice cut the silence around her.

She spun to find a man she didn’t recognise standing at the door of her small cell. He was tall and lean with muscle that she didn’t doubt held immense strength. His sky blue eyes shone in contrast with his tanned skin and brown hair. While this man was obviously Fae, there was something different about him. Something else emitted through his aura.

A smirk spread across his full lips as he took a step toward her.

Refusing to back away, she straightened and stood still. She was Princess Adora, first in line for the throne the Seelie Court and fearless warrior in the Seelie army. People feared her. She feared nothing.

“So, Princess,” he spoke as he continued to slowly approach her. “I’m supposed to deliver you to the Unseelie queen.”

Adora’s breath caught in her throat. The Unseelie queen had tried, many times, to invade the kingdom. But her soldiers never made it past the gates.

“But,” the stranger continued, “I think I’ll keep her waiting. Just for a little while.”

Adora cocked her head. What kind of soldier disobeyed his queen? “Who are you?”

“Forgive my rudeness.” He approached her and bowed his head. “My name is Randor, The Assassin. Former leader of the Unseelie army.”

“Former?” To her recognition, soldiers weren’t granted leave from the army. The only way out was death. It was the same with the Seelie army.

“It’s a long story, Princess.”

Frustration built in her chest. “Apparently I’ve got a lot of time.” She gestured to her cuffs.

His brows furrowed and Randor’s eyes showed a flicker of regret. “I apologise for the shackles. I didn’t want you to wake and run.”

With a wave of his hand, the chains detached from the cuffs and the ankle manacles disappeared. Though the wrist cuffs loosened slightly, they remained. She looked at him with a questioning glance.

“I don’t trust anyone enough to leave them un-cuffed in my residence. Even beautiful princesses.”

Heat rose to Adora’s cheeks. He thought she was beautiful. As ridiculous as it was, she couldn’t help but be flattered by that remark. She was called beautiful on a daily basis, but Randor’s words held an intensity she hadn’t heard in…well, ever.

Randor closed the gap between them and raised his hand to her cheek, brushing it gently with his knuckles. “If you try to harm me or yourself, you’ll be struck down by a pain so strong you’ll wish you were dead.”

Adora shuddered, but wasn’t sure if it was because of the words he’d just spoken or the way he touched her.

His lips curved into a small smile and he withdrew his hand. “You may leave the room. I’ve bound your cuffs with magic so you will move no farther than five feet from me.”

“Five feet?” Most assassins held their captives in their cells. The fact that Randor was allowing her to roam freely rang alarm bells. That he wanted her so close to him just confused her further.

“If you’ll follow me, I’ll give you a quick tour of the premises.”

Without another word, he turned and walked out of the room. He’d taken less than five steps before Adora felt pulled toward him. She followed, her senses on high alert and her hands by her side, ready to strike out at any moment.

He turned to face her, his eyes crinkling when his gaze locked with hers. “Nothing will attack you, Princess. We’re alone here. In fact, there’s nobody around for miles. Literally.”

He swept two French doors open and Adora was hit with a burst of fresh salty air. She stepped out onto the porch and took in the stunning sight before her. Sand dunes, an empty beach and the ocean. That was it. No other houses, no people, not even a boat.

They weren’t in the Water Lands. They weren’t even in Fae territory anymore. That much she knew. Everywhere in the faery realm had a bluish tinge to it, even the black night sky. This was…clear.

Adora turned her head to look at Randor, who watched her with a keen eye. “Where are we?”

“Western Australia.”
She gave him a puzzled look.
“The human realm.”
She couldn’t stop her gasp. She’d always been fascinated with

the human realm and had studied it for decades. But she’d never visited it. As a member of the royal family, she wasn’t allowed to leave the faery realm without permission, something Father would never give her.

“You kidnapped me and brought me to the human realm?” “I live here.”
He spoke as though it was no big deal. It was a huge deal to

Adora. Very few Fae were allowed entry into the human realm, unless they had human ancestry. Something in her mind clicked, as though a light switch was turned on. That’s what he was. He wasn’t pure faery—he was part human.

She turned and looked him directly in the eye. “You’re part human?”

His blue eyes glistened as he smiled and nodded curtly. “My mother was human. Technically.”

She raised her brows, waiting for him to elaborate. He didn’t. He merely turned and walked away.

Frustrating freaking male.

Adora felt the magic pull her body toward Randor as he stepped farther from her. This was going to be irritating.



Randor is a Fae assassin. As the most feared military officer in the Faery Realm, he only got out by striking a deal with the late King to become an assassin for hire. Something he was only able to do because of his place as adopted family member. When he’s ordered to kidnap the Unseelie Faery Princess and deliver her to the Seelie Queen, he doesn’t think twice, until he sees his target. Adora. Unseelie Princess. Most beautiful being in existence and feared witch warrior and his soul mate. Disobeying orders is something he’s never done before. But when he brings her into the Human Realm; his home, he has no regrets. Until his Elvish friend, Kiel, disapproves and an unexpected attack raises questions about his loyalties. The only way that could have happened was if Kiel tipped off the Queen’s witch, Maleficent.

Adora was fearless, powerful and intensely unhappy. Until she was kidnapped by a mysterious stranger, who happens to be her half human, half Seelie soul mate. After being attacked, Adora, fearing she’d lose Randor, admits her feelings for her soul mate. The two of them just need to find a way they can survive together – away from the feuding kingdoms. Entering the Seelie castle, under a pretence of needing the witch’s help to bind Adora’s immense power, they ask for Maleficent, whom they plan to eliminate so she can no longer track them.

When all hell breaks loose, they’re involved in a fight including the witch, Kiel and the Queen. A fight that not all of them will survive.


Excuse the formatting, there’s only so much I can do with WordPress. Just wait until I get PageLines sorted out!

Have a great weekend lovelies!!

Liia x

The Final Six Sentence Sunday

So here we are, the final Six Sentence Sunday. Ever. It’s a bittersweet moment really, but I’ll get to that after my final SSS excerpt.

Since it’s the last, I thought I’d go out with a bang. And why not make it a sex scene from my latest release? The first of many Fae books to come from me :)



Randor growled and buried his face in her neck as he fucked her hard and fast. Sex had never felt so good. He pounded into her, changing his position at small increments until he found the spot inside her core that literally made Adora scream.

Her fingernails bit into his back and her teeth grazed his neck. “Come with me, Assassin,” she breathed into his ear. Rubbing her clit, Randor slammed his hips to hers and felt her

muscles clench around his cock. He came moments after her, letting an almighty moan out as her inner muscles milked him until he was completely dry. 

And that’s one of my favourite scenes from Dark Waters.

Now while I’m sad to see Six Sentence Sunday go, because it was a lot of fun for a long time, it was also a LOT of work for a long time. Our fearless leader Sara Brookes has been an absolute champion keeping it up for as long as she has. Seriously, it was hard enough being an admin, but as the full on organiser of it – which I did about 5 times for her and that was enough – she’s just one hell of a human being for doing all she has for us all over the last few years. SSS very quickly went for 4 participants to over 200. That’s a lot of work for her and the admins who go through and verify each post every single week.

For those of you don’t know, the admins were (yes I’m outing them) myself, Lisa Fox, Dee Carney, Graylin Fox, Layna Pimental, Rebecca Royce and of course Sara Brookes.

Each of these women deserve a huge thank you from every participant of SSS for their tireless efforts in keeping the whole program running smoothly without too much drama.


Thank you very much for stopping by for the very last Six Sentence Sunday ever. Thank you to the great friends I’ve made along the way. And thank you for keeping Sara Brookes’ brainchild alive and kicking for as long as we possibly could.

And last of all, thank you to my fellow admins for all the fun we had along the way. I love all you lovely ladies :)

Liia x

Dark Waters Giveaway!!



Dark Waters has finally released with Evernight Publishing. First of all thank you to everyone there – it’s been awesome working with them. Second of all, thank you to people who’ve hung around while I took an unfortunate 9 month hiatus from all things writing.

NOW, onto the giveaway.

If you can tell me which TV shows I got the names of my hero & heroine from (Adora and Randor) you’ll go into the draw to win a copy of any book from my backlist. You can comment here, tweet me @LiiaAnn or email me at liia@liiaannwhite.com

I won’t just be giving it to one person either, so get googling people!

Note: Anyone who knows who their namesakes are without googling get an extra something special



Randor is a Fae assassin. As the most feared military officer in the Faery Realm, he only got out by striking a deal with the late King to become an assassin for hire.

When he’s ordered to kidnap the Unseelie Faery Princess and deliver her to the Seelie Queen, he doesn’t think twice, until he sees his target. Adora. Unseelie Princess. Most beautiful being in existence, feared witch warrior, and his soul mate. Disobeying orders is something he’s never done before. 

Adora was fearless, powerful, and intensely unhappy. Until she was kidnapped by a mysterious stranger, who happens to be her half-human, half-Seelie soul mate. When all hell breaks loose, they’re involved in a fight that not all will survive.

Six Sentence Sunday & My Beautiful Cover For Dark Waters

Hi Everyone!

This week I received my cover for Dark Waters, my first release with Evernight Publishing (but hopefully not the last because they’re a great company to work with) so why not share yet another six from this erotic fantasy romance of mine?



After drying and composing herself, Adora rummaged around the food and water emergency supply she always kept in case she was holed up in the hideout for an extended period of time. Returning to the lounge area with water, she paused for a moment and took in the sight before her.

Randor, in all his naked glory, was sprawled out on the lounge, a piece of fresh fruit in his hand. Adora watched as he bit off a piece, juice sliding over his lip to his chin. Sliding his tongue out, he licked it up, the movement sending a shudder throughout her.

She was a goner. 


And that’s it for the second last Six Sentence Sunday! Don’t forget to check out the main site for almost the last time and check out snippets from some great authors and writers :)


See you next week where I’ll have an Australia Day, new release & last SSS ever special giveaway :D


Six Sentence Sunday – Dark Waters

Hey everyone!

Thanks so much for stopping by for one of the last Six Sentence Sunday posts ever. It feels like the end of an era doesn’t it?

So, before I continue rambling, have some smut from my coming release from Evernight Publishing, Dark Waters

“But before we get out,” Randor continued.


He thrust his fingers inside of her pussy again and she stopped speaking. Her eyes rolled back in her head and she bit her bottom lip. Within seconds she was on the verge of climax again.

Damn she was beautiful when she came.

Don’t forget to visit the Six Sentence Sunday site for more snippets from some great writers.

Liia x

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