Everything happens for a reason. Even a curse...
Finneas O'Malley is not a man built for love. He could never love a woman more than he loves the adventure and danger of a life at sea, the freedom to chase the wind wherever it takes him. The lure of a foreign land, the danger of a battle at sea, the exotic lasses he beds... how could any man turn away from that?
But when Finn wrongs Siofra, all of that changes. Curses. Magic. Centuries of being beholden to a vengeful fae who wants nothing more than to destroy him. Can he find a way to break the curse? Will he find the very thing he once scorned?
NOTE: This book should be read after Kissing Frogs.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
It was an interesting ride meeting and riding along on the shenanigans of Finn. He moves in and out of time as a frog and man learning life lessons. It's sometimes funny as he gets his feel for the time he's been dropped into and then back to being a frog. The witch is relentless and insist he needs to learn how to treat women. It's fast moving and full of excitement and is a really good story and then towards the end it kinda gets repetitive but it's only because you're getting his side. All is all more reason to love and empathize with Finn. It would be marvelous if some of the men of this day and age were able to get these life lessons, hell women too. While it's a good concept it's actually well done with this author. Makes you wonder if the kids having frogs is such a bad thing after all.