The first book in an extraordinary new urban fantasy series based in a Melbourne populated with beautifully imagined fairies. Perfect for fans of Laurell K Hamilton and Karen Marie Moning!
Welcome to a secret world hidden behind shadowy fairy glamour, where thieving sprites rob you blind, beautiful banshees mesmerise you with their song, big green trolls kick heads at King St nightclubs and sadistic vampire Mafiosi rule the Carlton streets. Here life as a soul-sucking succubus rarely involves lacy lingerie, hot guys or great sex. Instead, Jade must spend her nights seducing gangsters and murderers, or simpering as a trophy girl for hell's minions. Her quest for freedom brings her face to face with Rajah, a 400-year-old incubus who's been pitted against her.
Rajah's raw sensuality makes him both a formidable adversary and an irresistible lover. But when she discovers the key to breaking her bonds, she faces the ultimate choice: win her freedom and doom Rajah to a lifetime of servitude, or spend eternity in hell so Rajah can escape?
About the Author
Erica Hayes has been a law student, an air force officer, an editorial assistant and a musician. She lives in Newcastle, NSW, where she is writing the next book in the Shadowfae Chronicles.
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This is a book really different than the others on the market, but for me it didn't really come off as an unforgettable read.
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Not the best chick lit book I've ever read, but not the worst either. There is some rough writing in there, but overall its not a bad book. Plenty of raunchy sex scenes which were very engaging. The plot was quite predictable, and lacking in any depth. There are some original ideas and has the potential to be fantastic, just needs a little more plot involvement, not just sex then a plot on the side.
"A thrilling and darkly erotic tale of betrayal, passion and redemption, SHADOWFAE is a rich novel that will ensnare the senses with lush prose and a deadly vision of the Fae that conjures fairy tales of old." --Caitlin Kittredge, bestselling author of "Second Skin"
"SHADOWFAE is a mind bending blast into a darkness that enfolds and ensnares you from the first page...Pure magic from the word go" -"Bitten By Books"
For Ages: 18+ years old
Number Of Pages: 277
Published: 1st October 2009
Publisher: St Martin's Press
Country of Publication: AU
Dimensions (cm): 20.8 x 13.6 x 2.0
Weight (kg): 0.268
Edition Number: 1