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While she waited by the open door of the plane for the passengers to isembark, the flight attendant watched as the man in 8C—ruggedly handsome with tall, dark, and come fly the friendly skies with me looks—unfolded himself from the aisle seat.Friday 56:
"Um..." Cor screwed up his face, as if trying to figure out an excuse that wasn't going to get him killed. He gave up and evidently decided on telling the truth. "I-I was following Max, but he took off when—"Unholy Blue by Darby Kaye. This is the second book in her Bannerman Boru urban fantasy series. I was invited to read this book by the publisher. Here is the description from Amazon:
Strong and Irish.
That's how Shay Doyle likes her whiskey. And her men. As Healer to a clan of immortal Celtic warriors living in modern-day Colorado, she has been gifted with such a man: Bannerman "Bann" Boru, who is warrior, lover, and father. The only problem is keeping the stubborn warrior alive. For Fate seems to have it in for Bann, and his son, Cor, descendants of the kings of Ireland, and recipient of an ancient grudge from the mad god, Cernunnos.
But, with a bit o'luck, Shay, Bann, and the rest of the Doyle clan - along with the aid of a legendary huntsman known as the Black Hand - might just suss out how to kill a shapeshifter that refuses to stay dead, prevent clan warfare, and make a choice that could change their lives.
If they don't lose them first.