Three Kings by Freydís Moon

Three Kings has magic and a witch. Trans representation and a selkie.

From the blurb:

Ethan Shaw—lighthouse keeper and local witch—lives a charmed life in his chilly, coastal hometown.
Blessed with a flourishing garden and a stable livelihood, Ethan can’t complain. But when his husband, Captain Peter Vásquez, brings home a wounded leopard seal after an impromptu storm, Ethan is faced with a curious situation: caring for a lost selkie named Nico Locke.

As Ethan struggles with the possibility of being infertile, insecurities surrounding his marriage, and a newly formed magical bond with a hostile, handsome selkie, his comfortable life begins to fracture. But could breakage lead to something better?

With autumn at their heels and winter on the horizon, Ethan, Peter, and Nico test the boundaries of a new relationship, shared intimacy, and the chance at a future together.

Janet's Review:

Three Kings was beautiful and heartwarming. Ethan is a witch that is struggling with infertility, possibly. Peter is his husband and who Ethan saved and brought back from the dead. He is supportive of Ethan’s struggles. Peter, being a fishing boat captain, brings home a seal/selkie that he thinks is dead, but Ethan brings him back. Nico is a grumpy selkie that is kind of a wanderer. All three make an unusual throuple, but actually work really well together. 

Ethan’s magic plays an important part in the story. The scenery is quite descriptive and nicely written. 

Ethan’s trans representation was handled beautifully. Overall, a great story. Quick pacing and beautifully written.

Rating: 4.5 Stars

Three Kings is available to buy as an ebook.