Re-released in a second edition. Re-edited but no substantial changes.
A stranger in a strange land
Megan Starke has given up believing in knights in shining armor. With an unrewarding job and a failed marriage, no one would confuse her life with a fairy tale. No one is coming to save the day or carry her off to a romantic fantasy. So when she wakes up in a magical world and discovers she is to be the grand prize in a fierce and bloody tournament, she isn’t sure if she’s having a sexy dream or a horrible nightmare.
Two kings without a kingdom
Beckett and Cian were raised to be the saviors of their people. Prepared all their lives to lead the Seelie Fae, prophecy proclaimed they would find a bondmate whose love would complete them and unleash their magical powers. But the thrust of a traitor’s blade stole that future and now it threatens to take their lives. Struggling in exile, their glorious destiny has become a curse. Unless they can find the perfect woman to save them, they will descend into madness and ruin. When all hope seems lost, Beck sees Meg and knows she’s the key to their salvation.
An epic battle begins
In a world filled with dethroned kings, upwardly mobile vampires, and dangerous, feline-loving hags, Meg will need all her strength to survive. Finding herself caught between Beck and Cian, she’s willing to do whatever it takes to claim her happily ever after.
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Lexi Blake does it again!
I was so excited when I heard this series was being re-released, since I didn’t get to read it initially, and that excitement was not misplaced. Lexi Blake delivers another fabulous story. It’s super-steamy, naturally - ménage and dominance in a Lexi Blake book couldn’t be anything else. But it’s so much more than hot sex. Drama? Yes, this book delivers that. Humor? Absolutely! A cast of characters that you hope to see again and again? Definitely. Tie-ins to the rest of the Lexiverse? Yes indeedy. And at the core, a story of growth as Meg, Beckett and Cian find themselves and each other. Both Meg and Beck were listening to old tapes about what they were or how they were expected to behave and watching them break free from those expectations was satisfying. I wasn’t certain about Cian, at first, but he quickly overcame my doubts. This book had all the feels - and I’m super-glad that I only have to wait a week for Dante’s story in Beast!