Faetal Distraction (Blood Crown #1)


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Tori has been a lot of things over the past 2500 years- a sister, a daughter, an illegitimate heir to a missing crown, a soldier, an assassin, an explorer, and a con-man. The one thing she hasn't been is a babysitter, but when the sleeping human she's been hired to transport across the mortal realm wakes up, Tori suddenly finds herself adding nanny to her resume.

As if that wasn't enough, her tribe of Fae has triggered a Reckoning- fate's way of balancing the karmic scales- which is systematically bringing Tori and her sisters face to face with their past, including the man she's just been partnered with. But Ryn is no ordinary blast from the past, he's the gorgeous hunk of flesh she duped, doped and ditched over 200 years ago, and has been running from ever since. See, he's her anam-cara- her soul mate- but that's not necessarily a good thing. Because to be with Ryn, Tori will have to give up a piece of her soul, and that's the one thing she's not willing to part with.

After one intense night of passion that ended badly, Ryn never thought he'd see Tori again, but he's never gotten her out of his system either. So when she shows up 200 years later- as his partner, no less- he's shocked and angry, but just as drawn to her as ever. And this time, he's not going to let her get away so easily.

Between paying karmic dues, the nanny gig, and protecting her heart and soul, Tori is pretty distracted these days. And distractions will get you killed.

~*~ Warning: This book contains explicit language, violence, sexual situations, and a healthy dose of sarcasm. ~*~

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