Overview

Kristine Grayson’s popular Fates Trilogy—Simply Irresistible, Absolutely Captivated and Totally Spellbound—together in one volume.

The Fates, who are in charge of True Love, anger Zeus—who hates True Love. Love has never worked for him. So he decides to depose them and put his teenage daughters in charge. That puts love—and life—in jeopardy. And it’s up to the Kineally ...
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The Fates Trilogy

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Overview

Kristine Grayson’s popular Fates Trilogy—Simply Irresistible, Absolutely Captivated and Totally Spellbound—together in one volume.

The Fates, who are in charge of True Love, anger Zeus—who hates True Love. Love has never worked for him. So he decides to depose them and put his teenage daughters in charge. That puts love—and life—in jeopardy. And it’s up to the Kineally siblings to rescue them.

The Kineallys all have magic but don’t realize it, at least at first. They think they’re pretty normal—a comic book collector, an accountant, and a psychologist. But they’re not normal. Neither are their heroic love interests. Together, they must save the Fates and find love, one couple at a time.


“[Simply Irresistible] is an enchanting blend of sweet romance, mythology, and magic as Grayson puts her own unique magical stamp on figures from Greek myths and fairy tales, including a deliciously over-the-top super villain and a hero who inspired the creation of Superman. And Grayson’s clever, humor-tinged writing is absolutely delightful.”
—Booklist

“Kristine Grayson paints a vivid picture of Las Vegas, the glitzy tourist side, the seedier side that the tourists don’t see, and the parts that are inhabited by faeries and the mage. The characters are just as colorful (sometimes literally) and just as well drawn.”
—Romance Review Today

“Rounding out her Fates trilogy, the spellbinding Grayson again gives readers their money’s worth by taking the familiar and turning it on its ear, with humor and charm.”
—RT Book Reviews
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016187372
  • Publisher: WMG Publishing Inc
  • Publication date: 8/10/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 450,404
  • File size: 3 MB

Meet the Author

Called “The Reigning Queen of Paranormal Romance” by Best Reviews, bestselling writer Kristine Grayson has made a name for herself publishing light, slightly off-skew romance novels about Greek Gods, fairy tale characters, and the modern world. Her novel Utterly Charming, which Sourcebooks reissued in October of 2011, won the 2001 Romantic Times Reviewer’s Choice Award. Her most recent novel, Wickedly Charming, appeared in May of 2011 from Sourcebooks. Charming Blue, her next novel from Sourcebooks, will appear in September 2012. For more information on her work, go to www.kristinegrayson.com.
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