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My music made a lovely magic. It was tiny magic, sure, but effective: it thickened the air and deepened the candles’ warm light, caressed the listener like intimate fingertips and teased sleeping nerve-endings toward a gently quivering wakefulness.
Go, me. I made it all happen.
Need help? You probably shouldn’t ask Grey.
He’s a runaway Fey prince in New York City. He feeds on love like some kind of vampire. He really doesn’t like people.
Then a monster hunts him down in late-night Manhattan, ruins his vacation, and forces him into the fight of his life.
He’s marked, and monsters are coming for him. Grey had no plans to be a hero, but that doesn’t matter. Sometimes, no matter what you do, you aren’t the one pulling the strings.
4 stars: funny and entertaining
By Devann M. on December 12, 2017
I received a free copy of this book from Story Cartel in exchange for an honest review
This was so fun! I haven’t read the first book in this series [although I am definitely going to go back do that now] but I don’t think you necessarily HAVE to have read it in order to understand this [although it IS free on the author’s newsletter so really there’s no excuse]. Anyway this was a really fun short story about a somewhat whiny but still very entertaining fairy prince who gets roped into saving the world. I really like the reluctant hero type so this was right up my alley. It was also very funny and did some interesting things with the mythology so I’m looking forward to getting into this series some more. One person found this helpful
5 stars: Great Book!!!
By A. Hampton on September 4, 2017
I loved this story and was crazy about the main character. I’d give it a hundred Stars if I could.
5 stars: This world is deep
By SparklyShiny on January 26, 2017
This is the third book I’ve read in the series and I’m completely enamored by the Mythos. Reid slowly gives her readers information as the story unfolds – well-paced and with the narrator’s biases included – until a full image is unveiled by the end. Except that when I reach the end I know we still don’t see the whole picture and I’m left wanting more. I am eagerly awaiting the next story. 2 people found this helpful