Locklin’s sex drive is so out of control that the elven
council in Scotland has taken notice. What’s the best
solution? Send in trained sex therapist and healer Fearghus
Brodie to teach her how to gain control over her magic and
physical needs. Aingeal is a red-hot wanton, and for all
his trained professionalism and painful past, Fearghus is
not immune to his delicious new student. He’s determined to
instruct her in all the ways of passion and self-control.
Everyone believes that Aingeal is experienced, an expert in
all things carnal. Fearghus is about to find out that she’s
been causing problems when ‘flying’ solo.
irresistible playfulness about Aingeal that makes An
Elf’s Desire loads of fun to read. She’s got this
mischievous quality and rebellious spirit that’s downright
cute and somehow works well with her insatiable sexual
appetite. I got a picture that Aingeal was someone lusted
after, envied, resented and coveted, but not wanted for who
she truly was. No one understood her, not her family and
friends, leaving her alone and lonely. Having a man like
Fearghus come into her world was overkill in the best
possible way. He takes the situation in hand and punches
in for loads of overtime.
Lynn Crain does a wonderful job of creating characters that
are likeable, intelligent and in need of acceptance, love,
change and self-discovery. The telling is humorously
insightful, picturesque and stamped with Ms. Crain’s
trademark eroticism. I’m always charmed by the Scottish
history and folklore, and tidbits of Gaelic language and
terms, which adds texture and authenticity. This hot series
featuring the fiery and feisty Locklin family will rock your
world even as the half-elf, half-human brood heat up their
hometown, the North Pole.