She’s always been a dutiful daughter…
Janet MacLeod has spent the last ten years dedicated to her clan, acting as the Lady of the castle—at the cost of her own happiness.
She aches every time she looks at her brothers, both happy with their wives, and wants nothing more than a love of her own.
He’s a broken soldier…
Xander, a former Fae Warrior, sacrificed his wings and magic to live in the Human Realm and became a traitor to his people.
When he finds Janet forlorn on the beach, Xander gives her a ring he’s had since childhood, not realizing it’ll reveal her as his fated mate.
The ring’s magic activates the Faery Stones, and Janet is sucked into the Fae Realm. Her life is in immediate danger, for the Fae sense—and seek to destroy—any human who dares step into their world.
Xander is the only one who can retrieve her, but he too, wears a target.
Can he rescue his soul-mate and return with her to the Human Realm or will temptation of great magic and the rebirth of his wings force him to abandon their destiny?
Janet Macleod has always put others needs first. When at the tender age of sixteen her mother died she stepped up and became the lady of her clan. Janet has stood by and watched as both her brothers found love and has even acted as a surrogate mother to her nephew when his mother was held captive, but the one thing she wants is a man of her own. Her age is against her and she realizes she may never know what it's like to truly be loved, When Xander, the fearsome warrior, is compelled to place a ring upon her finger Janet finds her life turned upside down! The ring is imbued with a special kind of magic that sends her to the Fae Realm. Xander will not stand idly by and lose her, no, he's set to follow and then Janet's adventure truly begins!
I loved The Fae Ring. It's short, but full of magic and it's just such a feel good book. Ms Szarek has the ability to write very sexy tales transporting the reader on a wild ride. The first book in this series was a time travel novel, but I'm pleased to see this had a different feel about it. I really liked the heroine, Janet, in the last book so it was wonderful to see her get her happy ending. As for Xander, well he is certainly the sort of alpha male I enjoy reading about in romance. I truly enjoyed this book. I will certainly look out for more from this author.