Fairy GodmothersCeltic Otherworld VII

Alice (Eilis) had previously agreed to be a godmother for Órlaith. Now the baby has quickened and a geas is triggered.

You can’t invoke a Fay blessing for a baby without invoking a Fay curse first!

© 2018 & 2021 by Ray McCarthy

Notes:
The cover is a detail of ‘The Lady of Shalott’ by John William Waterhouse.

Released 2018, typos corrected March 2021.

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