Monster-slaying doesn’t pay the bills. No one knows I protect them from the things that go bump in the night. So after dark, I hunt. During the day, I drag myself through work to earn a living.
Everything was fine, other than the beasts and demons, until they showed up. Three sexy men who say they are Fae Lords, Guardians of the new Queen
Yeah, I didn’t believe all that bullshit either.
But I can’t deny that the attraction between us is tangible, irresistible. Despite my skepticism, my desire for each of them is growing.
Not everyone is pleased to have a half-blood queen in the Fae Court, though.
And I’m beginning to realize not all monsters can be seen at face value.
Fans of Linsey Hall, Laurell K. Hamilton, and HBO’s Carnival Row will love this reverse harem paranormal romance.
This is a Reverse Harem Paranormal romance, meaning that the heroine is involved with three men.
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When Malcolm Gould stared at you, you were frozen in place, rooted to your seat on the uncomfortable bar stool, unable to move, let alone breathe. When those midnight blue eyes fell on me, I couldn’t tell whether he wanted to kill me or fuck me. Regardless, I longed for his callused hands to wrap around my throat the way they wrapped around the bottle of beer he was drinking, and touch me in ways I had never been touched before.
I liked pain, and Malcolm Gould was known for giving pain.
And he seemed to know that.
This was the second night I was here, hoping to get closer to him despite the danger. I never frequented the same bar twice. The last thing I needed was to be made as a monster hunter who let one of the bastard’s mind-fuck me like I was letting this
A week ago, I had steadied my hand from plunging the dagger into his heart the first night I came here and he froze me in place with a mere glance. I had tried to shake it off and done eight other kills in the meantime. But Malcolm drew me back in, evading my thoughts, my dreams, which is why I was here again. To figure out why he had such sway over me and to
The bar grew hotter, quieter as the intensity between me and my prey spiked. Or maybe I was imagining having the upper hand and I was really the quarry. I licked my lips, hating that they trembled more than I planned, and inclined my head in an invitation to the empty bar stool next to me. His mouth quirked in a crooked grin that made my breath hitch. He shouldn’t be affecting me like this. Not when I had a job to remove all of his kind from the city.
Translation in progress. Translated by Hrushikesh Khot
Already translated. Translated by Thais Barros