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by Emly Forrest
Description: They don't call it spellbound for nothing. Faolan didn't mean to look, but the White King's Premier Wife was just too juicy. It was purely accidental and if that pesky magpie hadn't caught him looking, the young, handsome faery spellcaster-in-training might have gotten away with it. The problem? In Faerie, it's a supremely serious crime. The only prudent thing to do is own up to the king and take his punishment. Luckily, his majesty appears to be quite drunk when Faolán arrives to learn his fate, and the punishment the king hands down is a joke: Faolan must get a human woman from Dublin to fall in love with him. Too easy. However, when love strikes the cocksure faery--and is not returned by his heart's desire--things get complicated. Then a few spells go haywire, a friend contributes his own misadventure to the mix, Faolan works a bit of careless magick, and things get complicated fast. WARNING: Some strong language and explicit sex.
eBook Publisher: Lyrical Press, Inc., 2012 2012
eBookwise Release Date: March 2012
Available eBook Formats: OEBFF Format (IMP) [81 KB]
Reading time: 46-64 min.
Faolan had to work to keep from bubbling over with laughter when he told Conchobhar about his so-called punishment.
"The crazy king thought he'd given me a horrible sentence. Me! Make a human fall in love with me. What a laugh." Faolan was nothing if not convinced of his ability to secure the admiration of any female creature, whether from Faerie or Dublin. With hardly more than a wink and a glance, he'd whisked many a fair female to his chamber for a round or two of buck and roll.
Like that time a few months ago. He and Conchobhar were at a gathering--could it have been a wedding?--where the number of stunning faery lasses was astounding. Faolan danced with practically the lot of them, then chose one especially fine specimen to take to his bed. He hardly had to ask, so compliant was the girl. And the things she'd agreed to do! Plenty of other faery girls made it clear to him that he only had to give a sign--any time, anywhere.
Besides, he knew an incantation or two...