Kenric of Blackstone is tormented. Not entirely human, he cannot live with his past or with that he truly is. When he is needed to help in a battle that could destroy the Earth, it is Megan who gives him strength, Megan whose kisses heal him.... In a strange land and time, it became clear to Megan Potter why she'd been summoned. This wasn't about Faerie prophecies or wizardry, or even a desperate struggle to find her way home. This was a quest to save a man's heart. And for the first time ever, she felt destined to prevail, because with her help she knew this handsome prince could discover the most powerful magic of all - love.
Yes, I would recommend this audiobook; because there is not a lot of sex it is just enough to make the book perfect. I like the charecters.
It was said that when her people danced, powerful things happened. Thus, when the golden stranger appeared before her, demanding that which he believed she'd stolen, Deirdre was not afraid. She had spent many nights dreaming of this man on his white charger, this errant Faerie prince. He was everything she was not: light where she was dark. He burned like the fiery sun she was forbidden to see, that she longed to feel on her skin, and she wanted him in the same way.
After years apart, the fae Allana returns to Darrick, the mortal whom she left at the altar, in order to save the kingdom of Rune and their love.
Fae Prince Alrick of Rune accepts a quest to another time and place with hopes of becoming sole heir to the throne. He must save a Texan beauty whose recent widowing had made it impossible to run her ranch. Little did she know she was being threatened by dark sorcery. Alrick would protect her and fate had brought them together. Fate and Lone Star Magic.
Heir to the Fae kingdom of Rune, Cenrick traveled to the world of mortals in a quest that could mean his very soul. Human Dee Bishop's life has gone to hell in a hand basket. So when she's told of a conspiracy that threatens a world she doesn't even believe exists, she is skeptical. Until she looks into this dark stranger’s eyes and realizes she can imagine nothing worse than a life without magic.