Opposites attract when a troublemaking faery and a failing farmer meet for the first time and find out they’re soulmates.
The door between the Upperworld and Otherworld only opens twice a year. Samhain marks one of those days and even though Talli’s Oberon forbids him from leaving. Talli walks right through the door and into the arms of his soulmate.
Laith is a farmer with a problem. Failing crops year after year have left him questioning his life choice. And it’s not only his livelihood on the line but that of his older brother and his two best friends who all have a stake in the farm. Everything changes when he meets a trespasser with big ears and a pretty face. Laith hasn’t decided if it’s a change for the better or not.
A farmer in the Otherworld. What could possibly go wrong?
Otherworld lube. Cool! Colton deserved something for going through the portal. One thing was for sure, the Otherworld was about as unique a vacation as Colton was ever likely to get. Unfortunately, it turns out stealing is a very big no-no. He gets taken to the worst place anyone could go. Of course, he’d meet his soulmate in the pits of the Otherworld. Colton’s vacation majorly sucks!
How did Wyatt’s life go from failed farm to horror film in his corn field in less time than it took for his crops to grow and why the heck is he attracted to a man with pointy ears?
Wyatt couldn’t get the image of that monster in his corn field attacking the feisty faery out of his mind. One minute, Kele was a sexy faery trying Wyatt’s patience with his bossiness and the next he was broken and unresponsive. Wyatt was still trying to figure out how Kele was even real when Kele’s leader, Oberon-what-his-face, shows up to fix Kele.
Three is better than two except when one is the leader of his realm, another is a stubborn human, and the dragon shifter is emotionally disturbed.
Sly’s one endeavor at being a responsible adult goes sideways. For his next great adventure, he plans on wallowing in self-pity. Having the flu makes that easy to achieve. He was getting rather good at it when faery from the Otherworld landed on the farm and turned everything upside down. One of them comes to save the day, claiming to be Sly’s soulmate. As much as he wants to follow yet another man around a parallel universe, doing so seems irresponsible and he promises himself he would turn over a new leaf. He just didn’t expect feeling so horrible at the separation.
Dasan doesn’t have a lot of time for nonsense. As Oberon of his realm, he has to focus on leading his people. When he finds out two of his mischievous friends are in trouble, he goes and saves them only to find his human mate. He can’t stay in the human world and his human, Sly, refuses to come with him. He’s heartbroken when he goes back to the human world but doesn’t have a lot of time to think about it because he meets yet another soulmate.
Novak has been alone for a long time. Having been thrown in the pit at a young age, he’s learned to fight for everything. When his chance comes to escape his prison, he takes it only to discover being free isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. Discovering he’s mated to the Oberon does nothing to help him adjust. And then he human mate falls into his arms, literally.