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The Fifty Shades of Fae trilogy follows the story of a human girl kidnapped by the fae and taken from modern America to their otherworldly kingdom to serve as concubine to their grim prince.

When the Prince departs on a ritualistic quest, Brianna insists upon accompanying him, desperate for a closer personal connection with the man she desires. Little does the Earth girl understand the peril the journey entails... or that she is the biggest danger to the Prince herself. Will she strengthen their relationship, or doom them all?

Back on Earth, Brianna Cross was a powerful advertising executive, holding her own in a man's game, in a man's world. Forced to protect herself with an emotional shield, she never let a man get close enough to really learn about herself, her sexuality. Now that she's had her control stripped from her, can she learn to embrace the power of submission?

Fairy Prince's Companion is the second in the Fifty Shades of Fay paranormal erotic romance series. The story contains scenes of voyeurism, sex, sensuality, bdsm, leather bondage, and sado-masochism.

©2012-2013 Ophelia Upmoore (P)2013 Ophelia Upmoore

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Not good at all

So confused. This was just as bad a book 1, I don't even know why I gave it a try. I thought just maybe this one may be better since she is already the prince's concubine...but no...it was bad too.

3 of 5 people found this review helpful