One evening fae, Nash, is sitting with his twin brother and his wife at a caf‚ and the scent of a woman fills his senses. Victoire stops and peers into the caf‚ and then walks on until a man confront her for "favors". She blasts him with her unruly powers and almost kills him. Nash saw what happened and faced Victoire with the knowledge he can help her control her power. Vicki needs to release the overabundance of energy first which Nash insists sex is the most benevolent method and she soon surrenders to Nash's wile.
Vicki appears to be the all-powerful, reincarnated fae queen witch or something like that, wanted by factions desiring her wealth of power. Nash not only educates Vicki about power regulation but assists her when a fight ensues as she's confronted by an assemblage of assailants set on making her their queen.
The Bodyguard: Nash is a fast paced 71 page erotically entertaining story with conflict -good guys and bad guys - and a heroine that stumbles through life until her mate shows her the way. The settings have just enough color as the characters actions are the focus. Their amorous sex scenes tantalize rewarding author Michelle Hasker a gold star for a climactic job - well done. The plot is easy to follow with personable characters; perceivable settings, erotic love scenes, and conflict all in a neat little package.
Series: The Bodyguard; Previous Book: The Bodyguard
Genre: Urban Fantasy, Paranormal
Philly bartender Victoire Duramel picked the right night to lose control of her magic. The night Fae bodyguard Nash Dupree sensed his soulmate and a strong, untrained magic violently unleashed.
Struggling under the strength of her power, Victoire accepted Nash's help without question. Now he wants to train her and teach her how to control her magic. But there's a price. Her heart and soul.
When she denies him, Nash refuses to let her go. He'll do whatever he must to guard the feisty witch and have her for his own.
Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Anal sex, mild bondage, violence, voyeurism.