Dasha Maurice isn't in the market for a serious relationship, much less one with one of the leather-wearing fairies residing at her best friend's beach motel. Sure, Ethan Gotch is built like a linebacker and tongue-numbingly sexy, but he's also a smidge intense and has a pesky ex who insists he's her fated mate.
He's not. He's Dasha's.
Being the only human in the fairy clique makes Dasha the perfect little soldier to play messenger in the fairy realm. She can't be detected by raging Queen Rhiannon's magic, and can help pull more oppressed Sídhe to freedom. The realm is collapsing and the people need a way out.
When Ethan's ex pulls a stunt causing Dasha to get stuck in the realm, she starts to believe she was right keeping her distance from the fairy, but that's the least of her concerns. If Dasha can't accept what it means to be the mate of a shapeshifting fairy knight and work a little magic of her own, the two may never make it home alive.
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Loving a Fairy Received this book from the author for an honest review. Ms. Trent has struck the right tone with this book balance warrior like dragons living in the human world that hunt rogues and trying to save their family and friends in another realm. The story line reads so smoothly that I could not put the book down until it was done. Now mix in a human (Dasha) whose best friend (Simone) found out she was a powerful fairy and watch her grapple with learning about the "others" in the world. Little did she know that she would soon be traveling to the other side to help rescue others. This story is not sugary sweet but sassy, tart and determined. These characters are more than they seem. Read the book Prince in Leather book 1 of the series Hearth Motel to find out how this all started.