Lightly entertaining - involves fantasy, Greek mythology.
I loved the way Grayson created one story out of several known legends. It is truely a good read.
Conclusion of an off beat "fairy tale" characters in modern times series by Grayson. Very well done.
Funny, light-weight romance. Good book.
Part of a related set of books based on skewed visions of fairy tales and legends. An L.A. psychologist goes to her brother in Las Vegas and ends up helping the Fates find a magic spinning wheel.
L.A. psychologist Megan Kineally has always had her feet planted firmly on the ground, which is more than she can say for her pampered clients. So she has to wonder what she's now doing hanging around in Vegas with her brother, Travers, his mysterious new fiancee, his son, Kyle and three loopy women who call themselves The Fates.
Travers says he called her there for babysitting duty, but Megan soon learns that there's more to this little trip. A whole lot more, not the least of which includes getting the Fates an appointment with elusive business tycoon R.H. Chapeau (known to friends as Robbie), and helping them get hold of a magic (yes, magic) spinning wheel...hidden in a faerie casino.
If she weren't so concerned about her brother's sanity, Megan could write a bang-up paper on this delusional crew. The problem is, charming--not to mention drop-dead gorgeous--Robbie makes the whold bizarre plan seem perfectly rational. It also doesn't hurt aht he calls Megan "fair maiden" without a smiden of irony, and is smitten with her red hair and generous curves. Would it be so wrong to let to--just this once--and go something crazy?
There's only one way to find out...