Their Fairy Princess
by Nicole Edwards
Release Date: January 14, 2020
Publisher: Nicole Edwards, Limited
Book #7 in the Office Intrigue series
Number of Pages: 422
Source: Amazon Pre-Order
Erotic Romance/Menage M/M/F
Read 1/16/20 to 1/18/20
Have you ever felt … incomplete? As though happily ever after is a fleeting, unattainable concept?
Not that I haven’t had memorable experiences because I have. Plenty of them. It’s more like what’s necessary to check off all the boxes for a successful HEA hasn’t been defined yet. At least not for me.
To say my desires—not to mention my expectations—are complicated would be putting it mildly. It’s bad enough I’m in love with my best friend despite the fact we can’t give each other what we both need: a Dominant who can tame our inner submissives.
Then the unexpected happens.
Secrets are revealed, danger unfolds, decisions are made. And it’s during the ensuing roller coaster ride that five peoples’ lives are forever changed. Including mine.
So many layers to this story. Which is no surprise with this author. I’ve been wondering what happened to Everly since the last book, Their Naughty Student. While I don’t feel we get to know much about Everly’s past, I don’t think it was necessary and, it turns out, this isn’t only her story. Of course, Nicole Edwards is a master at weaving the storires multiple characters together, she is the queen of menage romance. Usually there is one character that will take center stage, even when the story is about multiple people. In this one, the story is centered just as much about Dante as Everly. Maybe even more so since his is the deep emotional story that needs to be told here.
Dante has quite a background. He had me in tears many times. I love how much Ian and Isaac understand Dante and his need for alone time, while also knowing he needs the structure of rules and protocol. The feelings between the twins and Dante are so beautifully written and made me swoon for them all.
There was one character that I had issues with throughout the beginning of this story, and that’s Heather. I should have known that the author had a plan. So I’m going to tell you, do not fret. The story will play out the way it’s supposed to and you will learn to like (maybe even love) Heather by the end. She does serve a purpose and she doesn’t ruin things the way it seems may happen.
The biggest conflict that I felt in my gut was between Isaac and Ian. There is no question that they love each other and have a bond that cannot be broken. I was wishing and hoping through so much of this story for Ian to share his feelings and Isaac to open his eyes! I knew things would work out eventually, but I was aching for Isaac and Everly.
The only thing I found wrong with this story is the fact that I’m done reading it and now have to wait for this author’s next book to be published. Luckily, the next book in her Misplaced Halos series will be out in a couple of weeks!