Reviewed by Tori
Favorite Quote: “If I start slapping people, I may not be able to stop.”
Pia Cuelebre, mate to the Lord of the Wyrs, is on her way to Hollywood to spend a week with Light Fae Queen, Tatiana, after a diplomatic pact is made between all the Elder Races. Though Dragos was not invited, nothing is going to stop him from tagging along to make sure his mate arrives and departs in perfect health.
When an enemy threatens not only the light fae but all the magically inclined, Dragos and Pia find themselves caught in the middle of a feud spanning centuries. As they struggle to defeat the threat looming over them, Dragos and Pia may be forced to reveal some secrets that could further endanger them.
Pia Does Hollywood is the second in a three part novella trilogy that centers around the Cuelebre family. Each novella is based on one person. They can each be read as standalones but are much more fun when read in order. Short and sweet, Harrison delivers full richly detailed stories all centered on a particular problem or issue this family has to deal with.
Once again, Harrison uses Dragos and Pia’s strong relationship and formidable personalities to help save the day when Dragos is injured by an old enemy of Tatiana’s who unleashes a deadly plague on the Light Fae. A plague that infects anyone with a hint of magic in them. Mystery and intrigue blend together with previous storylines as secrets concerning Dragos and Pia are threatened with exposure while new plotlines are introduced in order to prepare us for the next full length Elder Races novel. We learn more about Tatianna, her past, and how Dragos plays a part in it. A part he cannot remember.
The conflict resolves in a believable manner as a new character makes an appearance that has Dragos and all of the Light Fae wondering just how far this enemy will go to destroy Tatianna and her people. As always I love these intimate little glimpses into our favorite Elder race family & I am looking for ward to the third novella in the trilogy-Liam Takes Manhattan (12/22).