Ever since a near-fatal mistake stripped Mikhail Day and his brothers of their calling to be Riders, Day has hidden from his shame and his new, mortal life in a remote cabin in the Adirondack mountains. But when a desperate young woman appears on his doorstep, he cannot resist helping her—and cannot deny how strongly he’s drawn to her…
For generations, women in Jenna Quinlan’s family have been cursed to give up their first born child to the vengeful fairy Zilya. When Jenna finds herself unexpectedly pregnant, she is determined to break her family’s curse and keep her baby, even if it means teaming up with a mysterious and charismatic man with demons of his own…
To unravel the curse, Jenna and Day will have to travel deep into the Otherworld. But the biggest challenge of the journey might not be solving an ancient puzzle but learning to heal their own broken hearts.
I felt really bad for Jenna, she’s got so much going and so much hurt and buried emotions that her out burst was like an eruption once it happened.
She was still feeling like a pawn which sucked.
Jenna felt like the kind of person who was stuck in a situation where her life was a series of events dictated by other people’s actions.
It made her easy to relate to and sympathize with because that kind of thing can really suck. I really liked seeing Jenna coming into herself through the journey.
Dangerously Charming was my favorite so far.
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Krissy’s Bookshelf Reviews received a print copy in exchange for an honest review from Penguin/Berkley Publishing
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