Bevan O'Neil's coming of age in Oberon's Unseelie Court—as if being the son of an Unseelie father and a Seelie mother isn't hard enough…
On the eve of his 521st birthday, Lord Bevan decides to kick up his heels, venture out of the fairy mound and visit a local Irish pub to taste ale for the first time. He persuades his two best friends Eoin and Niall to accompany him for some harmless fun, but once inside the pub, the three young fairies decide to try whisky too. Bevan, the prince of all pranksters, ends up enchanting the entire pub while dancing an Irish jig, gets into a fight with a couple of townies then summons the powerful Sluagh to attack the men while he and his friends flee back to the fairy mound.
King Oberon has run out of ideas on how to punish the young Lord, so he enlists the help of Bevan's godfather, Colan de Paor. Colan hasn't seen his godson recently and finds himself unable to keep his thoughts—and hands and lips—off the handsome, newly matured Bevan. So instead of punishing Bevan, he takes Bevan to his bed. At his wit's end, Oberon sends Bevan to the Seelie Court to spy on Queen Tatiana and to stop her from taking the American fairy Prince Christian Garvey to her bed.
Oberon wants Bevan to keep Tatiana away from Christian. Tatiana plans to use Christian to get her pregnant because Oberon cheated on her. Bevan and Eoin lust after each other, and Colan just wants to keep Bevan to himself. But will everyone's plans backfire when Christian gets his first look at the gorgeous blond Bevan?
|Publisher:||Totally Entwined Group Ltd|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||250 KB|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
Imari is an avid romance reader. Her favourite genre is paranormal romance and she has a thing for vampires and werewolves. She is a Buffy the Vampire Slayer fanatic and was totally depressed when the series ended. When she’s not reading or writing Imari spends her time watching Japanese anime. The romantic ones are her favourite and she’s also has a pretty extensive collection she hopes to pass down to her grandchildren.