By Christine Warren

ISBN-10: 0312357222

ISBN-13: 9780312357221

After her top associates marry a blood-sucking vampire and furry-faced werewolf, Corinne D’Alessandro is creating a vow of her personal: NO interspecies relationship. but if her editor asks her to enquire “leprechaun” sightings, the sassy ny reporter reveals herself at the path of the most popular tale of the year—and the sexiest guy alive…His  identify is Luc, and he’s as stunning as any Prince captivating in any bedtime tale. There’s only one challenge: He’s no longer human, he’s fae. A captain of the Fae Queen’s safeguard, Luc is on a perilous mission—and he may perhaps use assistance from a definite leprechaun-hunting reporter. but if their worlds collide, the sparks start to fly. If Corinne and Luc can’t keep watch over their lust—and specialize in the villains during this story—their faerie-tale romance won’t finish fortunately ever after…

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Her friends’ husbands, Dmitri Vidâme and Graham Winters, had impressed upon her from the very beginning the importance of keeping the existence of the Others a secret. Given the many pitchfork-, wooden-stake-, funeral-pyre-, and silver-bullet-wielding examples dotting human history when it came to supernatural creatures, Corinne couldn’t say she blamed them. If she were a werewolf, she doubted she’d want anyone to know, either. Misha and Graham had told her the Others worked pretty damned hard to stay under the radar of their human neighbors, but if the TV stations started reporting on a story about elf sightings in Manhattan, secrecy would go right out a thirty-story window.

Corinne nearly tripped over a riser. ” “Wait. Not so fast. ” “Clearly,” Ava said, her tone changing from melodramatic to business-like in a heartbeat. ” “No, Ava, I will not ask the editor to do a full-color spread on the Markham Agency. ” “Will you stop jumping to conclusions? This is another matter entirely. ” Corinne lowered the now half-empty soda can and made a face. ” Corinne froze right there in the Chronicle’s doorway. ” “You heard me. Four of my models have bailed on bookings in the last six weeks because they said they were being stalked by an elf.

Which means I can use all the help I can get finding the bastard. The last thing I need is for you to go off after some cute little furry thing and leave me to do this on my own. ” “Be careful, my friend. ” Luc shifted in his seat. It wasn’t that he disliked humans, precisely, but he couldn’t understand how an Other like Dmitri or Graham could possibly have a lasting relationship with such a…such a mundane creature as a human. What could they possibly have in common? “But you needn’t worry,” Rafe continued, twirling his snifter.

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