Princess Meredith, known to everyone
she works with as Meredith (Merry) Gentry, is back to work
at the detective agency in LA. Merry has turned her back on
both royal courts and the crown that was offered to her.
The most important thing for Merry is to keep those she
loves safe, stay healthy for her babies, to have a roof over
their heads and to keep her people safe in the human world.
Even though she turned her back on the crown and the royal
courts, Merry could and would never turn her back on her
A normal day at the beach turns into a
new case for Merry and her men when they are called to a
crime site to discover that somehow several of the smaller
fey have been killed. Itís clear to Merry that the murders
were premeditated and, whatís worse, the killer has more
deaths in store. Besides trying to discover who is doing
the killing and why, Merry also has to deal with LAís Fairy
Godmother, Gilda, who feels threatened by Merry being back
in town. If that isnít enough to keep them all busy, Merry
discovers that several mortals she has helped are gaining
magic. Merry also finds that sometimes tough love is the
only way to serve up reality checks to immortals. However
with the love and help of her men and the Goddess, Merry
will find a way to keep her extended family and her people
safe and cared for.
Gripping and unable to put down was my
reaction to Divine Misdemeanors. I was
prepared for that and waited until a Friday night to start
reading which was a good idea as I read through the night.
I have loved watching as Meredith fought her way through the
fey courts to discover her lovers and finally end up
pregnant with twins. Now that she is back in LA and with
the detective agency I was happy to see that Merry and her
men are just as loving and are determined to ultimately get
their happy ever after.
This time I watched as they felt sorrow
over the deaths of smaller fey, discovered that maybe they
havenít escaped all the court backstabbing and blood, worked
on just what their place will be in the human world, and
most importantly let their love grow and prepare for the
birth of their children. Not wanting to give much away, I
will say that while this book has a very different feel from
the past Meredith Gentry books, I loved it just as much and
still discovered new aspects to Meredith and her royal
guard. Ms. Hamilton has turned the page for Meredith and
her men. I canít wait to see what happens as the twins grow
and prepare for their births along with the adults.
Divine Misdemeanors has suspense, discoveries,
death, and most importantly the growth of love most divine.
For these reasons and so many more I canít put down here
Divine Misdemeanors is Joyfully Recommended from
me to you.
While you could read this as a standalone and not be too
lost, I would recommend starting at the beginning with A
Kiss of Shadows and following Merry and her men through
all their trials.