She had teeth, and he wouldn’t put it past her to bite, so he loosened his hold, allowing himself to whisper in her ear. “Hello, little witch.”
It’s a race against time before the next Samhain, and both sides are determined to win. With the battle lines drawn, only fools would dare cross.
Fools and Fae.
“One ass kicking not enough, Fae?”
“Not at all, little witch, tonight I’m going to even up the score.”
As the wheel of the year turns another quarter, Jet and her coven sisters are no closer to saving Akasha. With each step forward the Fae presents them with another challenge to overcome.
But will Holt’s personal vendetta, to take back what is his, be the undoing of more than the witches attempt to rescue the girl?
A poison laced blade, caught in a conjured wind is bound for disaster.
For Witch and Fae.
“The one thing you will learn, little witch, is that I rarely follow the King’s command.”
There’s no room for witches in Tray’s world.
Two of his brothers have been seduced, battle lines are now blurred. Who is the lover and who is the foe?
But Tray doesn’t do love, which makes him the only one positioned to save his brothers from their fate. He kidnaps the weakest, Dami, and hides her in the Fae village, determined to make her pay for her sisters’ crimes.
In the end, who is the one to pay?
Witch or Fae?
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