Dark Seduction [NOOK Book]

Overview

A lover like no other

The last thing Harold Wyatt, Earl of Hartley, needs is a beguiling stranger dropping in, claiming she's a fairy. As he hides her away from prying eyes, Harry's last hope to save his home hinges on believing the unbelievable.

The middle daughter of Mab, queen of the fairy realm, Sorcha has been sent to retrieve the Dearann Stone, which will restore peace to her divided kingdom. But her dangerous attraction to the handsome ...

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Overview

A lover like no other

The last thing Harold Wyatt, Earl of Hartley, needs is a beguiling stranger dropping in, claiming she's a fairy. As he hides her away from prying eyes, Harry's last hope to save his home hinges on believing the unbelievable.

The middle daughter of Mab, queen of the fairy realm, Sorcha has been sent to retrieve the Dearann Stone, which will restore peace to her divided kingdom. But her dangerous attraction to the handsome nonbeliever with the fairy-green eyes puts her mission at risk. Failure means casting her people into everlasting winter, but the penalty for yielding her heart to a human is harsher still.


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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781426812712
  • Publisher: Harlequin Enterprises
  • Publication date: 1/1/2008
  • Series: Daughters of Myth Series
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 288
  • Sales rank: 765,232
  • File size: 190 KB

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    fabulous romantic fantasy

    Her older sister Nuala has escaped the wrath of their mother by accepting mortality and love (see DANGEROUS TEMPTATION). Queen Mab has written off her oldest daughter as an undesirable exile, but her anger is at her two other offspring. Her middle child Sorcha was guardian of the Coilin Stone that was part of the crown of the Tuatha de Dannen before it was stolen due to her neglect and her sister Orla enabled the Dubhlain Sidhe to steal the gem. The seer warns the queen that the Dubhlain Sidhe grows stronger with no feminist balance since they lost the Dearann Stone while the Tuatha de Dannen will turn much weaker as there will be no spring without recovering the two stones eventually all on two realms will die. Mab commands her daughter Sorcha to travel through the gate to England to retrieve the Dearann Stone so that can be used to barter for the Coilin Stone. In England, Sorcha meets Harry Beverly, who does not believe that the fae exist although he wonders if his attraction for her is magically based. As he comes around to believe, they learn a rival seeks the Dearann Stone for some dark purpose. The duo knows time is running out for everyone. --- DARK SEDUCTION is a fabulous romantic fantasy starring a heroine who believes she is not worthy or capable and the mortal who brings her confidence in herself. The story is fast-paced with its world in jeopardy premise always at the surface even as the lead characters acknowledge their love for one another. Readers will believe in the Korbel realm where mythos species seem genuine while also knowing that Orla is out their on her mission. --- Harriet Klausner

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