Lady Rebeccas life changed forever in the blink of an eye. One moment she was fleeing her father across a storm-swept Bodmin Moor; in the next, her carriage overturned on a steep gorge. But she did not die. Somehow, she was pulled clear.
Safety, her rescuer promised. But how could Becca feel safe? There was an eerie luminosity about him, a fluid silver aura like the lightning filling the night. And while his voice was deep, mellowcomforting, like the music a stream made while rushing over pebblesit, too, held a hint of the otherworldly. Who was this strange savior, this displaced foreign nobleman who offered up his home and did not want her to leave? Long moonlit walks to the nearby waterfall, tight-lipped servants, a kiss unlike any other: everything about the Count was an enigma. Becca had heard myths of the Fossegrim: creatures driven to find ecstasy with human women and then vanish forever. From their world, humans never returned. This man, Becca was willing to follow.
story line is about a prince (half-breed) part astral being and part human. the lagecy is for the prince to go through the magical gate to the human side. find a willing girl to get pg, then back to the astral plane. only this time he fell in love with the girl, and had to fight for her life as well as his own. we all know that love is stonger than any other emotion. love will win the day. a must read. i enjoyed this one.
interesting storyline with likable characters.
Liked the hero. Had a predictable beginning, but had some twists and turns after first 80 or 90 pages and kept up til the end of the novel. Interesting paranormal romance with fairies and various waterfolk.
I didn't even finish it. Not really for me.