Charlotte Bennett likes her orderly life. Her job as an accountant for Yancy & Tate fits her need for things to be logical and the logic & numbers come easily for her. She has been raised by her Fae gating father after her mother's suicide. With her own nightmares concerning some of the more unusual of the Fae, the last thing she would logically do is go to Piefferburg where the Fae are being held captive. Yet it seems that logic is not going to keep her from being compelled to do just that against her own will
Kiernan is a dream wraith and as such is able to invade others dreams and influence them. He also has the ability to bind one person to him in the hopes of finding love, but since he is under a curse to never know love or die a horrible death as the result, he has no intentions of ever using this part of his power. Plans change when it becomes apparent that is the only way to get the necessary information that is locked inside Charlotte's bloodline in order to find and retrieve the 3rd piece of the bosca fadbh they need in order to break the spell holding the Fae captive.
When I was first introduced to Anya Bast a couple of years ago I quickly became enchanted with her work. It seems that I cannot read her work fast enough to satisfy the need. Dark Enchantment is the 2nd book in this new series and liked the rest of her books it holds the reader spell bound while in its pages. The Tuatha de Danan are always an interesting read and it seems that Anya has found a way to make them even more interesting. Like all her books Dark Enchantment is well put together and a pleasure to read. I hope you take the time to get lost in a "Dark Enchantment" yourself -- you will not be disappointed.
Seduced in a dream by a handsome, rugged man, Charlotte Bennett decides to let pleasure and desire lead the way-only to discover her "safe night of passion has dangerous repercussions.