Author: Raven Raye

Raven Raye was born to an Air Force family and so moved around a lot. She was born in Kansas, but spent her formative years in England where she developed a love of rain and gray skies. She embraced the mythos of the Fey and all things magickal. She even spent time associating with gypsies at the local markets learning palm reading and tarot.

Moving back to the USA was almost culture shock. Her worlds of magick and witchcraft were shunned by most, so of course she embraced them further, making them her own. She began to write dark poetry, delving deep into untapped emotion and pouring it onto the page. She had three of these poems published. When she discovered Wicca, she knew she’d finally found an emotional ‘home’.

She now lives in North Houston with her husband of 28 years where she works as a Radiation Therapist, further embracing the spectre of death. She writes technical articles for continuing education for Radiation Therapist, a professional journal. Her son is grown and on his own. Her daughter is progressing through a Nursing program and looks forward to being on her own.

Raven still crawls into that deep well of emotion, looking for new ways to describe what she sees and hears in her mind and in her dreams.


Broken Prophecy - Heirs of Aeden, #1

Broken Prophecy
  • 5 Stars
  • Number: B009HIYQ3I
  • Release: 2012-09-26
  • Author: Raven Raye
  • Genre: Romance
  • Tags: * Romance: Speculative / PNR
  • Publisher: Soul Mate Publishing LLC
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Only Killian’s bloodline was created with the planet. No other can accept the Seal and no human can carry the seed to bear the Heirs of Aeden.

Killian, King of the Fey, is in love with Marcella Rowan, human and forbidden to his kind. An errant Angel, seeking revenge, awakens creatures thought long dead or mythological. Marcella’s life in danger and against the Divine Council’s orders, Killian saves her from death—by claiming her as his soulmate. As earthly and other-earthly creatures polarize toward good or evil, Marcella and Killian must survive the forces driving them apart. Only their love can unite the worlds of magick and mundane. Only their love can force their peoples to put aside bigotry, jealousy, and fear to overcome the evil tearing the earth apart. Only the magick they make together can repopulate Earth’s garden in Aeden.