Camulos, the God of War, lost his family when he couldn't give up what his wife, Ashlyn, called his "warlike ways". After she leaves, taking their twin sons, he secludes himself. He's unprepared when 10 years later Cayleigh, Ashlyn's aunt, shows up with his now-teenage sons. With his wife dead, he's shocked to realize that after centuries of waiting the Fates have finally given him the headstrong TrueMate he requires. Even as Cayleigh denies his claim, in the throes of the assero vel'abeo he has no choice. He has to have her submission.
She's supposed to be the enemy - too bad the voices in his head claim otherwise. Kennet Baghadur, the oldest living son of Camulos - the God of War and a minor Serenity Faerie - hides his pain behind his laughter. Cursed by an angry demoness, the two parts of him, the faerie and God, are split. The result - the inside of his head is a constant battleground. To protect himself and those around him, he shows the world his Faerie side all the while hiding the dark passions he's inherited for his mighty father never wanting to cause a woman to go through what his own mother went through.
Braelyn has been sent to the Earth realm for one purpose. Her lord and Master, Bile wants the final member of Camulos's family tied to him, wanting warriors with Flannery Baghadur's blood. Proven in battle, the God of War's youngest son is undefeated. So she's been charged with seducing Flannery and not to return until she's carrying his child. It should be easy right? He even shares the same kink as her but as a Banshee, for her to become pregnant, she has to sing her mating song and no human has ever survived the mating call of a Banshee.
"What?! Confusing & Boring"