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Despite the selkies, brownies, goblins, and ogres in this book, it's not for children. The fey are "creatures of the senses"--and in the Unseelie court, sex and pain go together. Merry is sexually adventurous and surrounded by gorgeous, powerful males, most of whom want her badly. She's politically savvy and no coward, though she's not the warrior Anita is. Hamilton fans and readers of adult fairy tales like Anne Bishop's Black Jewels trilogy will want to give Merry a look. --Nona Vero --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
it is a replacement for the book i loaned and did not get bback. it meets my expectations. i love dark fantasyPublished 25 days ago by pattywett
like trying to read through confusing sludge everything takes to long and she either over explains everything or under explain other things making you bored or confusedPublished 26 days ago by Neva express
I love all Laurell's books. I believe I prefer the Anita Blake series to this one so far. However, if you like fantasy and fey then you should read the first 2 before you make a... Read morePublished 1 month ago by frogprincess2
I am looking forward to more adventures for Merry. I was drawn in from the first chapter!Published 1 month ago by Michaline Morrison