Hybrids and full bloods became sworn enemies millennia ago.
A hybrid witch, a full blood warg, and a fairy make unlikely companions, but maybe that’s what it takes to save the world.
Gabrielle McCallaghan sucked it up and quit a job she hated to spare her uncle the embarrassment of firing her. With her bond fairy on her shoulder, she’s wandering through a crowded neighborhood contemplating her options when a full blood magic wielder makes a beeline right for her. Gabby’s hybrid witch magic is no match for his, so she turns to flee. The contest is laughable. Even in his human form, the wolf-man is far stronger than she—or the fairy—ever dreamed of being.
Warin is weary and disgusted with the long running war targeting hybrid mages. There’s a bigger picture, but his kin refuse to consider it. His next stop is the Coven’s council. Maybe he can light a fire under the hybrids. He’s on his way there when an alluring witch crosses his path. Recognizing opportunity, he shifts strategies fast. If he can persuade one witch to his side, maybe others will see the light.
With sex as a lure, Gabby is drawn into a deadly game of intrigue that started over a thousand years before. The stakes are high and the timing abysmal, but she falls in love in spite of herself. Can she and her full blood lover make a life for themselves? Or will the long-running battle between full bloods and hybrids pound their fragile bond to dust?
Wargs, witches and fairies, oh my!
Oh how I loved this book! I hope and pray she writes another and makes this a series. I say that about every book Ann writes. Lol. This book gave me warm fuzzy feelings. I love anything with fairies in it. The whole concept of having a fairy bond was interesting. I just love the world and all the creatures.