Jelise Jackson is facing off with the feds and the next
second a handsome stranger is helping her to escape. What
she doesn’t expect is to be told that she’s no longer on
Earth and that she’s not human, but Keen. Nor is she
legally an adult according to Kegin law. Now she’s under
the guardianship of Prince Michael and his mate, Danellan.
Jace, her ‘escort’ to Kegin, is assigned with helping her to
learn Keen culture and customs.
Due to her
noble and non-adult status, Jelise is forbidden to Jace. If
he crosses the line by ignoring the law, he will be
sentenced to death. How will he be able to contain his
feelings for a woman he’s wanted from the very start?
and loyalty combined with Kegin protocol make for the best
kind of angst in In Her Ladyship’s Service.
Tough gal Jelise is more than up to the challenge, and Jace
is an exciting prospect. I would have liked for this story
to be a bit longer because more Keen rites and ceremonies
are observed; definitely a story highlight. The length
didn’t make it less satisfying due to the chemistry between
Jelise and Jace. I’m the first to admit that the threat to
Jace’s life for becoming involved with Jelise added spice to
things. As with the other characters revolving throughout
the series, I hope this dynamic pair makes an appearance
again, no matter how brief. This chapter was a very