The Lost Boys are more than just a motorcycle club – they're a family. The last of their kind, the seven male nymphs banded together as children, creating a business empire in the human town of Neverland. Four others complete their odd little family; a trio of human siblings, and Tink, one of the last fairies in existence.
Life as a fairy is complicated for Tink. She is governed by a set of archaic laws due to the enchanted blood flowing through her veins, and she is also able to produce pure magic in the form of fairy dust. But her biggest problem? Her wings sprinkle the glittery stuff whenever she is aroused. Given she lives with a bunch of intensely alluring nymphs, Tink is in a constant state of sparkle.
Trouble descends in Neverland in the form of rival gang, The Hooks. The satyrs are the natural born enemies of the nymphs, and when they ride into town seeking Tink and her precious magical blood for their own twisted agenda, Pan and his two lieutenants, Nate and Tao, must step up and claim Tink as their own. It's hardly a chore – the three nymphs have been in love with the motorbike-riding fairy for years. But does the stubborn Tink feel the same way?