The Earl & the Fairy
Volume 1Book - 2012
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Sexual Content: Edgar is shirtless a few times, but I don't think it's meant to be sexual. When Lydia searches for a mark on Edgar's tongue while he's sleeping to see if he's a famed killer, he thinks she wants to kiss him and tries to comply (he's stopped by a slap). When Edgar approaches Lydia when she's asleep, Nico thinks he might molest her, but he has no intention of doing so. Prostitution is mentioned.
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Lydia's used to people thinking her mad. After all, to them, it looks like she's talking to herself all the time and jabbering on about how fairies are real and how they exist. It definitely isn't easy to stand in their disapproval, but that's what being a fairy doctor is. Lydia thinks her quiet life couldn't get any more exciting when a young man with cuts and bruises all over his body sneaks up on her, warning her that she has been kidnapped by the man who supposedly said he would escort her on her journey overseas back to London to see her father. And then this same man, drags her away as the men hunt him too. Lydia learns that he is Edgar Ashenbert, and that he needs her help as a fairy doctor to find the legendary sword with the Merrow Star to "claim his birthright" as Lord of the Fairies (and merrows too). But, is he REALLY the Blue Knight Earl's descendant? Can Lydia trust a man who has lied and stolen and has his own servants kill for him?
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