Author: Moriah Gemel
Length: 200 pages
Publisher: Interlude Press (March 17, 2016)
Heat Level: Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥4 Hearts
Blurb: The Los Angeles music scene has not been kind to Devon Caelin. He struggles to fit in and has a streak of bad luck the length of the Sunset Strip. One rare rainy night, he drowns his sorrows from bar-to-bar, until he stumbles into an alley club called Céilí. He discovers that its home to a small community of mystical people making their way in the human world, and that he found it only because he is Fae himself. With mentoring from the pub’s proprietor, Eldan—a powerful Fae Lord protecting his kind in the city—Devon unearths his past and discovers his magical abilities.
His life appears to be back on track—until a member of the Faerie Court is murdered and the secret of their world is threatened to be revealed…
Review: I really enjoyed this story about a down on his luck musician, Devon, who goes to bar to drown his sorrows so to speak. He discovers a community he never knew existed and in the process finds out who he really is.
Eldan runs Céilí.What made his character so great is he was made up of several layers. Not one or two but many. He was intriguing, quirky at times yet serious.
I was amazed at times that Devon did not know who he truly was but at the same time I understood. Both Eldan and Devon seemed so right for each other.
The entire story draws you in slowly as the story progresses. It was well written and holds your attention from start to finish.
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