Something with a weird sense of humor is stranding mythical creatures in Tiffany's courtyard. Renowned psychiatrist, klutz, and Arkansas hillbilly with her feet firmly rooted in reality, she isn't quite ready for a one hundred twenty pound fairy godmother sporting dragonfly wings, nor a unicorn to come waltzing into her life. Especially when the unicorn starts talking and farting rainbows and her new fairy godmother insists she's been sent because happily-single Tiffany made a wish to find her one true love.
Tiffany and friends are adjusting nicely to life with Miracai, the cantankerous, carnivorous unicorn, and Verna, the Fairy Godmother. They have high hopes of returning to a semi-normal life, but whatever is controlling the strings of fate isn't going to let that happen. Adding to the daily chaos, an honest-to-goodness leprechaun is dropped into the living room.
Aiden Middleston spent years surrounded by blood and death, first in the Army, then as a mercenary. But after helping a friend survive deadly espionage, and learning his love for her will never be returned as anything more than friendship, he heads home to the family ranch in Dillon, Montana. Yet escaping blood and death isn’t in the cards when he lands in the middle of a range war over water rights, and a family vendetta in the blood and generations old, pulling him into the sort of life he’s been trying to escape.
In New Orleans, Louisiana, something with a weird sense of humor is stranding myth in a non-magical world. Dr. Tiffany Crews and gang find themselves no longer chasing Damn Duck, running into walls or spilling soup. As a matter of fact, no accidents have happened in the last week. It isn't until they find Damn Duck sitting quietly on the balcony, Miracai, the carnivorous unicorn, eating greens without flatulence, and her klutz tendencies missing, Tiffany realizes something is up.
Riot Rippons, demigod and Braider, never forgave the gods for driving his mother to suicide. But carrying immortality and the ability to braid time into new endings has a price all its own--the two create an extreme evil that Riot fights every moment. But in the darkness is a small pinpoint of light warning him to save young, innocent,Braiders hidden from the gods to keep mortals safe. The gods found a way to track them, with plans to use the children's power and souls to win ego-driven wars.