I do liked both Lor and Ryland and in a way I liked their tentative to remain faithful to their feelings in a world where sex is more or less a recreational activities. Lor claims he wants romance, I think Ryland is more interested in hot sex, but if he can have it giving to Lor the romance he wants, then he is in for the ride. That is probably the best part of the story. What I didn’t like so much were all the attempts of cats and fairies to get into Ryland’s pants and unfortunately some of them succeeded. Apparently this is not upsetting Lor, at least until it’s only a matter of sex and not love.
I got a bit lost, and I lost Lor, in the second part of the story, when Ryland’s education was taken as a task by Nox, the king of the fairies. I think that Nox, in the author’s mind, was to be a positive character but I read him like an obstacle between Ryland and Lor; without him to interfere, probably Ryland would have reached, and pretended, Lor as a lover well before, and we would have been more to read of them as a couple. In any case I think this was probably one of the goal of the author, to prove to the reader that sex is not love, and that you (Ryland) can have sex, and enjoy it, even if you are not in love, but when you finally obtain your true love it will be way more satisfying.
Amazon Kindle: Delicious
Publisher: Noble Romance Publishing, LLC (July 29, 2010)