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Jerlayne by Lynn Abbey
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Jerlayne (edition 1999)

by Lynn Abbey (Author)

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Jerlayne's mother had warned her not to marry the handsome elf, Aulaudin, but Jerlayne, who inherited her mother's stubbornness, if not her wisdom, refused to listen.Now a century after her wedding day, Jerlayne's marriage is in shambles. None of her children have matured into elves like their parents. Her last daughter turned out to be a siren who leveled their home and killed half their household.And now Jerlayne wants answers--she demands to know why her mother opposed her marriage, and in finding those answers, these two elven women will confront an issue that will rock both realms down to their very foundations. For they will open a secret door, behind which every secret of faerie is revealed, every taboo is shattered, and elves and mortals will find themselves united against an unsuspected enemy.… (more)
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Info:DAW (1999), 528 pages
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Jerlayne's mother had warned her not to marry the handsome elf, Aulaudin, but Jerlayne, who inherited her mother's stubbornness, if not her wisdom, refused to listen.Now a century after her wedding day, Jerlayne's marriage is in shambles. None of her children have matured into elves like their parents. Her last daughter turned out to be a siren who leveled their home and killed half their household.And now Jerlayne wants answers--she demands to know why her mother opposed her marriage, and in finding those answers, these two elven women will confront an issue that will rock both realms down to their very foundations. For they will open a secret door, behind which every secret of faerie is revealed, every taboo is shattered, and elves and mortals will find themselves united against an unsuspected enemy.

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Jerlayne's mother had warned her not to marry the handsome elf, but Jerlayne refused to listen. Now a century after the wedding, Jerlayne's marriage is in shambles and none of their children have matured into elves like their parents. Jerlayne wants answers--she wants to know why her mother was so opposed to her marriage, and in finding those answers, these two elven women will confront an issue that will rock both realms down to their very foundation.
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