Spellbound - Legend (2011)
October 13, 2011
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One was from another world and the other from another time…
In a failed attempt to turn him into an ageless lover, the evil, not-quite-a-vampire Lamia DuLaine poisoned hunky Druid high priest Julian Talbot on his wedding day. The Seelie Fae transported Julian to their realm for treatment and captured DuLaine, but not before she brutally murdered his new wife, Maxine.
Now, nearly two centuries later, the Fae have revived Julian from his coma and returned him to his ancestral estate, where he finds his bride’s many-times-great- grandniece and namesake, Maxie Reigate—who could be his beloved dead wife’s twin. Also there is Breslyn, Royal Fae Prince of Dagda. Because he’d honored the Treaty prohibiting Fae interference in the human world, Breslyn hadn’t been able to prevent Maxine’s death. This time, however, he will do whatever it takes to protect Maxie, rules be damned. It’s not just guilt that motivates him—the sexy immortal has long admired humans, and he is especially taken with this human woman.
While she might look like her ancestor, this Maxine is a modern, spirited woman with emerging Druid powers of her own—and she will not be a stand-in for a long-dead love or a temporary playmate for an immortal prince. And yet, she can’t help but be attracted to these two very different and absolutely mesmerizing males.
Together, the three of them must work to combat treachery from the highest levels of the Seelie Fae Realm, for one of the Seelie queen’s closest confidantes is plotting to unleash Dark and monstrous Unseelie Fae on an unsuspecting human world. If that weren’t trouble enough, Lamia DuLaine has been released from her Otherworld prison, and her obsession with Julian and hatred for the Reigate family are as strong as ever. But now she has even more Dark Magic knowledge at her disposal.
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was something in his expression that made Maxie realize the Prince wanted to taunt Julian. Oh yes, she thought, these two had some sort of history.
“It won’t take money…it will take…”
Julian interrupted harshly, “Me. It will take me, Breslyn, make no mistake.”
Breslyn shrugged, “One can only hope this time, you will use some caution.”
“This time I will use everything it takes.” Julian snapped.
The Prince chose to ignore him and took Maxie’s glass of wine from her without lifting his silver eyes away from hers. He sipped from her glass and when he gave it back to her, he made sure she had it in place so that her lips would touch where his lips had been. It was bold, and it was infinitely sexy. Maxie didn’t ordinarily allow guys to get away with stuff like that, but she thought as she bit her bottom lip, these were not ordinary circumstances, and Breslyn was no ordinary guy!
Flirting was good—she excused herself. Flirting was fun. When did a girl ever get to flirt with a Fae Prince and have a hunk looking on? She downed her glass of wine.
Editorial reviews: This is one book I'll never forget. The author has done a magnificent job of creating the world of the Tuatha De Danaan, the Druids and the humans who interact with them. She succeeds in making them so realistic, I found myself believing they really exist – and who knows, perhaps they do. Prince Breslyn is a magnificent hero, one to excite any female reader. But then, Julian MacTalbot is just as heroic. The author has given him very real fears and doubts, along with a background that becomes very real to the reader. This reader had a difficult time making her mind up between the Prince and Julian MacTalbot.
Maxie is an absolutely wonderful character. The author has given her spunk, wit, and the ability to work through the most difficult situations imaginable. Her interactions with the Prince and Julian MacTalbot are realistic, her doubts and fears exactly as on -- From Amazon.com Product Description
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