Dulcie O'Neil series:
Wuthering Frights: Dulcie O'Neil
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A father she never knew existed,
An impossible decision that had to be made,
A lie she must keep to herself at all costs,
And the realization that every choice she makes has consequences.
Fairy and law enforcement agent, Dulcie O'Neil, has just discovered that her father is the Head of the Netherworld, and a double-dealing, illegal potions importer. Worse yet, she's now working for him.
Knight Vander, Dulcie's boyfriend and Head of the Association of Netherworld Creatures, is on to her father, but, in the process, will he discover Dulcie's secret? And if he does, will it mean his life?
I can say with confidence when I pick up a H.P. Mallory book from the Dulcie O'Neil series, I know I’m in for an entertaining story. H.P. Mallory has a great sense of humor and a flare for the dramatic, and this installment of Dulcie O’Neill is no exception to that rule. I adore this series!
We end up on a wild ride immediately where the last book left off, in her new found father and Dictator of the Underworld. He has just given her an ultimatum she cannot refuse. Either she works from him, or Knight dies. It wasn’t a hard decision but this book focuses on the fallout from that choice.
Dulcie has always been cool and calm under pressure, but since she has left the underworld she is a wreck. She’s lost weight, she isn’t talking to any of her friends, she hasn’t slept in days and she got her a$$ beat the first day on her new “job”. She knows she has to break things off with Knight and its breaking her heart. If that isn’t enough Quin is acting like things never changed and plants one on her. Poor Dulce, her life has become a chaotic mess ever since she found out who her dad is. There is plenty of action, emotion and betray in this book, one thing can be assured you will not be bored, I had a hard time putting this one down. With the series just when you think that you have things figured out Mallory throws you a curve ball. At the end of this book you are left with another jaw dropper, not quite to the last books proportions but enough to have you wishing that book 5 was out like yesterday. Well done H.P. Mallory, well done!