A father she never knew existed, an impossible decision that had to be made, a lie she must keep to herself at all costs, and the realization that every choice she makes has consequences.
Fairy and law enforcement agent, Dulcie O'Neil has just discovered that her father is the Head of the Netherworld, and a double-dealing, illegal potions importer. Worse yet, she's now working for him. Knight Vander, Dulcie's boyfriend and Head of the Association of Netherworld Creatures is on to her father, but, in the process, will he discover Dulcie's secret? And if he does, will it mean his life?
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In my opinion, a good story evokes emotion. It'll make me laugh, angry, or cry. But it can't just be words on a page. It has to do something
This series is running out of steam. This one wasn't so good. I guess the storyline is hard to stretch or something. I think the narrator's okay, but the get up and go has got up and went.
OHmagosh! I just loved this installment in the Dulcie O'Neal series. It was smart and action packed with tons of intrigue and yet still keeping to each characters true voice. This one really takes the drama up a notch, so hold on for a Hell of a ride. :)
The only thing that saves this series is the excellent narration of Therese Plummer but even that became tedious.
I was enjoying the new, fresh and fun feel of the characters and the concept of a tough, gun toting fairy. Somewhere along the way the series lost its tongue in cheek humour,
The main character also lost her basic intelligence developing that tiresome attitude that "I'm the only one who can fix things. It's always me, me, me. Oh Dear - oops. Did I do that? Oh well, everyone will forgive me in the end because I'm so cute and lovable and I always try to be good". I felt she needed a really good slap and so did everyone else in the book.
Give me a strong, smart, real woman (even if she is a fairy) as a main character.
The ending was a big let down.
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