No doubt there are worse fates than being blood-cursed, but if so, Vadka doesn't know, because he's got his hands full being forced to drink blood to survive--especially with isolation the life it brings, and the unlikelihood of ever finding a cure.
The last thing he needs is trouble, but that's exactly what he gets, by way of saving a broken-winged fairy that would have wound up butchered for spell components. So what's a blood-cursed mage to do with an unwanted guest? Take him home of course--but that's easier said than done for a man who drinks blood and a fairy who can't use his magic.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Really liked the very different characters and their interactions.
Well written. Kept the reader invested in the plot and the world created. I would have enjoyed it fleshed out more with more explanation of what came before and after. I was left with some unanswered questions.