A Stroke of Midnight by Laurell K. Hamilton
A Stroke of Midnight
I am Meredith Gentry, P.I., fathoming cases in Los Angeles, a long way from the risk and duplicity of my genuine home–because I am likewise Princess Meredith, beneficiary to the darkest position of royalty faerie brings to the table. The Unseelie Court injects me with its energy. Be that as it may, at what cost does such enchantment come? What amount of my human side will I need to surrender, and what amount of the evil side of faerie will I need to grasp? To sit on a position of royalty that has led through carnage and brutality for quite a long time, I may need to wind up distinctly that which I fear the most.
Adversaries keep a close eye on me. My cousin Cel endeavors to have me executed even now from his jail cell. Be that as it may, not all the death endeavors are his. Some Unseelie nobles have sat tight hundreds of years for my close relative Andais, Queen of Air and Darkness, to end up distinctly sufficiently feeble that she may be toppled from her royal position. Foes unanticipated move against us–enemies who might kill the minimum among us.