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by Laural Merlington,Laurell K. Hamilton

Free eBook A Caress of Twilight (Meredith Gentry Series) download ISBN: 1423362357
Author: Laural Merlington,Laurell K. Hamilton
Publisher: Brilliance Audio; Abridged edition (August 28, 2008)
Language: English
Category: Imaginative Literature
Subcategory: Genre Fiction
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A Caress of Twilight.

A Caress of Twilight. To become queen, she must bear a child before Cel can father one of his own. But havoc lies on the horizon: people are dying in mysterious, frightening ways, and suddenly the very existence of the place known as Faerie is at grave risk.

A Caress of Twilight, . Part of Merry Gentry series by Laurell K. Hamilton. Just another human with fey ancestry working for the Grey Detective Agency, where we specialized in supernatural problems, magical solutions. Legend says that a fey exiled from faerie will wither and fade, die.

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She is a full-time writer; she lives in a suburb of St. Louis with her family. The year was 1989 and I was.

Please note: Each book in this series is a whole story with a beginning and an ending, however the plot of each book relies .

Please note: Each book in this series is a whole story with a beginning and an ending, however the plot of each book relies heavily on the prior books i. .

Written by Laurell K. Narrated by Laural Merlington.

I cannot read one book from a series and not read the rest of the series. I cannot read one book from a series and not read the rest of the series. This is an okay series a little too much sex stuff for my taste however I picked up one of these books on a trip cross country and found out it was part of a series so I bought the others to see what it was all about.

By Laurell K. Author : Laurell K. Genres : Fantasy, Romance. Series : Merry Gentry Published : March 1st 2002.

I am Princess Meredith, heir to a throne - if I can stay alive long enough to claim it. My cousin, Prince Cel, is determined to see that I don't. As long as we both live, we are in a race for the crown: Whichever one of us reproduces first gets the throne. So now the men of my royal guard - frightening warriors skilled with blade, spell, and gun - have become my lovers, auditioning with pleasure for the role of future king and father of my child. And they must still protect me from assasination attempts - for unlike most fey, I am part human, and very mortal. All this royal backstabbing makes it difficult for me to pursue my living as a private investigator in Los Angeles, especially since the media made sure the whole world knows the Faerie princess is alive and well in sunny California. Now, in the City of Angels, people are dying in mysterious, frightening ways. What the human police don't realize is that the killer is hunting fey as well. Havoc lies on the horizon; the very existence of the place known as Faerie is at grave risk. So now, while I enjoy the greatest pleasures of my life with my guardians, I must fend off an ancient evil that could destroy the very fabric of reality. And that's just my day job...
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3.5 stars

The story continued right after the first book. The aspect of Meredith slept with the guards to get pregnant weird me out a little. This was the first time I ever read a plot where a heroine was some kind of polygamy. She loved Frost as well as Galen but it seemed like Doyle was the one that proper for a king. And now that Rhys got his power back and changed, I wonder if his personality going to change much.

I enjoyed the book but sometimes some chapters contained too much of information. I can’t put my fingers on but I felt almost bored sometimes.

Anyway I’m going to read the next book right away.
Ok, book #2 in the Merry Gentry series!

I still am a little hesitant with this series, just because I see some seriously mixed reviews. Between my Goodreads friends, real-life friends, and other bloggers...there really is no consistency.

That being said...I really did like the second book.

I felt more comfortable in A Caress of Twilight than I did in A Kiss of Shadows, mostly because the main characters we've finally met and gotten to know more as well as the life of being a sidhe.

I've read fantasy books before that revolve around the fae (mostly Karen Marie Moning's Fever series), so I understood most of it. But the first book did have a lot of important information that I probably didn't pay enough attention to, but now I understand a whole lot more after reading this book.


So, Merry is back in LA with all of her guards/lovers. We have Frost (yum), Doyle, Galen, Rhys, Nicca, and Kitto (not a guard but more 'pet'). She is having her fun romps on the sacks with all so far except Doyle and Galen...both for very different reasons. Though, in this book we finally get to the bottom of what's going on with Galen as well as some unexpected turn of events in the sack for our little Miss. Meredith.

Merry and the boys have had to take a step back from the PI business because of the bad stuff going down with the Nameless and some crazy group deaths. Lots of time for plotting and planning without having to go into work for now, huh?! Or maybe, just some extra time for some lovin...yea, not so much really. LOL

We still have our little humor bits here and there, and we even having feelings of love floating in the air.

Merry is definitely a very special heroine. She is very educated and knowledgeable about the faerie life and those that live in it. I love her brain and her personality! Dare I think I like her more than Anita Blake.....no....not yet, but she's could be in the running!

Great book. Laurell K. Hamilton did another great job!
Merry is back working for the Grey Detective Agency in L.A. along with some of her guards. Her one bedroom apartment is too small for the five guards plus Kitto, the small snake goblin she's taken on for six months in order to have the goblins as allies. It's difficult to find a place they can afford for so many people.

Maeve Reed, a prominent Hollywood actress for fifty years and a former goddess of the Seelie Court, wants a favor from Merry, which she'll only agree to if Maeve will share the secret to why she was banished, and the reason could rock the balance of power.

Politics and the mystery of what has been unleashed by the sidhe and how to stop it take up the majority of this second story. Merry has to negotiate with the demi-fey, a number of members from the Seelie Court as well as her aunt. Each of the different courts and types of fey has their own cultures and rules.

And because she's trying to get pregnant and keep all of the guards--who'd been forced to be celibate under their queen--happy, sex is a common activity. Sex with Doyle for the first time is especially eventful.

Action, humor, mystery, politics and sex round out this story that fit a number of genres. We learn more about the guards and the world of the fey. A great job at character and world building.
Merry is fully back in the mix of faerie even as she is most definitely outside of it. She and her guards have returned to LA and are trying to make the best of that situation. For some of them, like Rhys and Galen, the outside world isn't new because they've experienced it before, but for others like Doyle and Frost, well, the modern world is full of surprises.

I love the way that the characters develop in this series almost as much as I love the story line itself. These amazing sidhe warriors are infallible and have fears like the rest of us. It is fascinating to see that play out amidst the modern streets of LA.

In this book, we meet Maeve Reed and we start to see a bit more of the dirt under the King of Light and Illusion's rug. There are parts of this book that seem inconsequential now that become hugely important later (which is something I love about Hamilton's writing overall).

There are terrors even the sidhe fear, and we meet some of those in this story, but for me, the bigger story is the characters and how they interact and how they come into themselves as the tale progresses.
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I enjoy the action and budding romance. Good versus evil is alive and well with a side of magic and erotica thrown in. I love Merry and the storyline. I don't like the overexplainations, but in the next breath, it helps me to visualize the characters and settings. When things are intense, I find myself skipping parts of paragraphs or jumping ahead and going back because it becomes a bit tedious. Overall, I'm thoroughly enjoying the series as I did Anita Blake and that whole series.