FayeLynn Roberts didn't intend to get pregnant. Instead of going to art school in the fall, she'll be stuck in her hometown and under her dad's roof. Her baby's father isn't going to be any help; he disappeared weeks before the two pink lines showed up on the stick.
When she tells her father about the child, he drops a bombshell. Her late mother was a fairy and when her father married her mother, he made a promise to her people: the first male child born to his line would belong to them. While the revelation explains a lot, it also opens the door to dozens of new questions.
Suddenly, FayeLynn is becoming more and more protective of the unborn child. There's no way she's giving the baby to a bunch of fairies, even if they are related to her. On a quest to find out more about her family tree, she meets Alvin, a man who claims to know how to access the fairy realm. He might be crazy, but she needs answers and it isn't hard to follow a man who fills out a pair of Levi's like he does.
Alvin has his own agenda. A prince who was tossed from the fairy realm after a stupid decision, he's determined to find his way home. Offering a male child to the King might be the ticket back to his family. He convinces FayeLynn to trust him and she follows him across hell and half of The Realm. Literally. She's not the wilting violet he expected and before he can help himself, he's falling for her.
When they arrive in the Fairy Realm, things aren't as Alvin remembered. In the time he's been gone, his father has weakened and Drake, an evil upstart with a score to settle, intends to take his place. Drake has been busy in both The Realm and the human world. He's the father of FayeLynn's baby and he wants custody.
In order to save the baby and The Realm, Alvin and FayeLynn must band together and battle Drake and his forces all while fighting their growing attraction to each other.
©2016 Blaire Edens (P)2016 Blaire Edens
Report Inappropriate Content
If you find this review inappropriate and think it should be removed from our site, let us know. This report will be reviewed by Audible and we will take appropriate action.