A faerie curse promises that one perfect love awaits Laird Nial Maclee. To claim its passionate promise, he must find his fated lady while avoiding the traps, snares and schemes of females lured by his position, looks, charm and the blasted legend. A single misstep will condemn him to his father’s fate - a lifetime of craving the love he can never have nor ever forget. Despite his vow never to face that fate, Nial knows that a laird must put the needs of his clan first, even if it means wedding the wealthy heiress and daughter of the only rival clan on the Isle of Skye, “Heather the Hag.” To save the Clan Maclee and secure its future, he should marry the dowdy lass even though she won't “set the claws of passion” to his manhood, as the curse provides, so she can't possibly be his faerie fated forever. Before his solution to the dilemma sent Heather fleeing to transform herself for launch on the marriage mart in London, Nial should have recalled that faeries sometimes make the impossible the inevitable
This book is excellent, just magnificent.
This is going to be a quick review; I'll just hit the high points.
The characters are a delight. I loved Nial and Heather. They were adorable (and very HOT) together. The story is engaging. It was ADORABLE how Nial would get jealous over Heather. I usually get annoyed when a guy is possessive but I just couldn't find it in me to be annoyed with Nial. Heather is strong and doesn't give in to Nial the moment he claims her as his faerie fated forever. She expects him to prove it and prove it he does.
The story is fast paced and the ending was happy for the couple but ominous in what it foreshadows for the next book. If you like your romances hot, rest assured, this book is full of scenes of these two constantly going at it :). Seriously, I'm pretty sure it's not even possible to have that much endurance. They could never have enough of each other. It was mind-boggling.
So, Faerie Fated Forever is brilliant. I LOVED it!
No doubt 5/5