Down Came a Blackbird
Cait O’Keefe’s mother is human and her fathers are Sidhe, their sisterline’s last remnant of a once proud and populous people. How does she make friends and find suitable mates when most humans believe the Sidhe are imaginary creatures from old folk tales? And how does she explain to her prospective mates, who are also part of the advance team to mine an asteroid alongside her and know nothing about the Sidhe, that Sidhe culture expects every woman to have at least two husbands? And can the three of them stay alive long enough to mate at all?