A novella in the Enforcers and Coterie series, Throwing Away the Good delves deeper into a world where magic co-exists peacefully with the ordinary, for the most part . . .
Karl can’t remember life before the Fae. He can’t even remember his own last name. Abducted as a small child by the faeries, he lives as a slave and dreams of freedom. He’s learned to remain quiet and obey his master to avoid beatings.
As an adult, he has the chance to escape, but can he trust the two unknown faeries who want to help him? He’s seen the cruel, vicious side of the race. Can he believe in the compassionate side?
If he chooses wrong, it’s not just his life at stake, but the woman he loves.
About the Author
An avid reader, I enjoy paranormal romance, urban fantasy and fantasy books. It wasn't a far stretch for me to write a paranormal fantasy. I'm also a computer/sci-fi geek and I've been in computer field for well over 15 years.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
A wonderful read! I immediately sympathize with Karl and hope for not only his escape but some form of revenge. His attraction to Wendy is sweet and his unsure feelings about the true nature of their relationship feels real. Overall, I was drawn in, I was taken along for a fun ride, and I was left curious and wanting more. Perfect way to draw a reader into a series! I enjoyed this short introduction into a beautiful and terrifying world of magic and hope that the rest of the series is just as fulfilling.