Queen Mab's niece, Fiona, has long been bored to tears by the intrigues of Court life. She'd prefer to cut loose at a punk club, knock back a few Thai beers, and hook up with a likely lad of similar interests. But when Fiona goes AWOL, she only gets as far as Manhattan's Inwood Park before a nasty demon nearly puts a permanent crimp in her plans---and a dark stranger sparks her desire.
All work and no play make Tobias Walker one cranky werewolf. After six months of doing his part to keep the peace during the delicate negotiations between the Others and humankind, he'd like nothing more than a good night's sleep---preceded by an enthusiastic mating session. The alluring woman he rescues in the park might be the answer to his most lustful prayers, but only if they can both stay alive long enough to find out who wants her dead and why. Now, Fiona and Tobias must unravel a tangled web of treachery that spans branches of the Fae, Other, and mortal worlds, all the while falling into a dangerous attraction that could be the beginning of a beautiful friendship---or the end for them both.
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"The strong chemistry between the leads; a multitude of well-drawn, unique secondary characters; and a gritty urban setting make this a winning [listen]. Though part of a series, Warren excels at making her complex world accessible to new [listeners]." (Publishers Weekly)
Excitement, Romance and Action...What more could you ask for? Very reminiscent of Laurel Hamilton.
Fun and sexy book. The banter between the couples was enjoyable. These books are like candy, sweet and a treat. Character development for this style of book was pretty good over all.
Love to read!
I listened to this book almost straight through! It started off strong and held my interest throughout. I love the world Christine Warren has created in this series. Each book can stand on its own and they don't have to be read in order, but it is great to encounter the characters from previous books.
The "Faerie Princess" is one of my favorite characters so far. She is strong, independent, and a little haughty when needed to combat her domineering werewolf. They fight often, but making up is completely worth it.
The performance is good. The narrator does an excellent job of creating distinctly different voices for each character and giving them a little personality.
I will probably listen to this book again in the future!
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