Tori Minard is a good observer and I loved all these details, she engaged to tell the story. The plot idea itself is very particular and compelling. The hero is a strong character and I liked it a lot when he had to deal wiith a certain dumbness of the heroine, which led her to defiance, when she'd better used her brain. - A minus (but this is my very personal view) is that Tori serves the overused cliché of the initial adversity between heroine and hero, trying not to fall in love with each other. Here I'd wish she would have chosen something fresher, less predictable. Who loves romance and believes in happy-ends, will love this book.
What is this book about?
Full length novel. Captured by fairies. When Laine encounters a gorgeous bad boy in a Portland park, she has no idea he's not human until her attraction draws her into Unseelie territory & she's captured for the period of one moon. Now she just wants to survive her captivity & go home. She doesn't want to fall in love with Roan, who offers protection, glorious sex & nothing more.
Freed by love. Roan Tanais is an Amaki - or fairy - who spends all his time hanging out with the Unseelie Court Gang, a vicious bunch he loathes. He's there to steal back the Tanais shield, a family talisman he believes can cure his brother of a deadly plague. The minute he recovers his Clan's property, he's out of there. The last thing he needs is prickly Laine Hamilton getting in the way, no matter how delectable she is.
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