The Outcast Prince - Shona Husk
Lydia and Caspian got the short end of the family stick. She is a famous (and slightly notorious) Callaway, and he is the changeling son of the Prince of Annwyn. Both situations come with a whole slew of trouble. Caspian is psychometric, meaning he gets impressions of an objects history when he touches them. Taking a job as a antiques appraiser is a good use of this skill. Not a skill I envy him for, that is for sure. Can you imagine everything you touch bombarding you with images and feelings that are not your own? Caspian and Lydia become each others safe harbor, a place to heal. I like what they represent to one another. It is more than just lust and passion. There is a sweetness to their love.

I get frustrated with fairies. They do what they want and no one make them pay the piper for the crap storm they inflict on others. The fairies in Outcast Prince were better behaved than most I have read, that is a consolation.

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