But acting on feelings would easily cost Magnus his license and ruin the life he’s built.
There’s a few seconds where they’re just breathing, where Alec’s fingers are burning against the skin under the waistband of Magnus’ underwear and Magnus just looks, infinitely powerful and looming over him - and then there’s meowing, loud and pitiful and Alec's mind comes to a stop.
In a world, where strange mystical creatures roam, there lies Pyxis.
A race to prevent the Cup from falling into the evil, exiled Lord Valentine's hands adds even more danger to the prince's quest.
On the way, he finds himself falling for the warlock, Magnus Bane.
The oh-so-proper marquess can pick locks, land punches, tease with sly wit . Charlotte tries to identify the mysterious lovers to clear her own name of scandal so she can get out of her engagement to Piers, a dashing yet cold marquess who’s also a spy for the Crown.
But as they set about finding the mystery lovers, Piers reveals a few secrets of his own. Piers and Charlotte hastily arrange a private engagement to salvage Charlotte’s reputation before word gets around, but Dare’s unconventional heroine is reluctant: she wants to marry for love, not honor.
There’s just the right amount of intrigue, and even the minor characters have layered personalities.
The irresistibly provocative, classy love scenes set the bar high for other historical romance novels. (Oct.) “With its free-spirited heroine and honorable hero, Dare’s latest is a riotous romance.
This just got a whole lot more complicated than Alec was expecting. One Queen offers freedom from the rules of the Clave; another promises an alliance with the Shadowhunters.