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Book Three of the Fates Trilogy.

Child psychologist Megan Kinneally answers an urgent message from her brother Travers: Come to Las Vegas immediately. He needs some kind of help. When she arrives, she finds her nephew alone with a dog and three strange women whom everyone calls the Fates. Her practical brother suddenly believes in magic and secretly, Megan does too. Otherwise the experience she just had on the interstate between Vegas and Los Angeles makes no sense.

Rob Chapeau, aka Robin Hood (yes, the Robin Hood), has just made a mistake. He let one of the most beautiful women in the world see him hunting fake rabbits in the desert with his very real falcon. Rob still mourns the death of his true love eight centuries before. But if a woman can ever bring him out of mourning, it’s the surprising Megan Kinneally who has no idea that she has the strongest magic of all—or that she’s enchanted him.

Can Rob and Megan save her family, rescue the Fates from a fate worse than death, and find true love? Their journey will take them into the bowels of Las Vegas, where the Faerie Kings rule and emotions vanish. And, to make matters worse, an old enemy of the Fates appears just as everything looks like it will resolve in a true happily ever after.

“Rounding out her Fates trilogy, the spellbinding Grayson again gives readers their money’s worth by taking the familiar and turning it on its ear, with humor and charm.”
—RT Book Reviews

Called “The Reigning Queen of Paranormal Romance” by Best Reviews, bestselling writer Kristine Grayson has made a name for herself publishing light, slightly off-skew romance novels about Greek Gods, fairy tale characters, and the modern world. Her novel Utterly Charming, which Sourcebooks reissued in October of 2011, won the 2001 Romantic Times Reviewer’s Choice Award. Her most recent novel, Wickedly Charming, appeared in May of 2011 from Sourcebooks. Charming Blue, her next novel from Sourcebooks, will appear in September 2012.

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