Well, I am an Anita Blake fan, and enjoy that series (also written by Laurell K. Hamilton) a lot. I liked A Kiss Of Shadows, the previous novel in this series about faerie princess Meredith NicEssus, aka Merry Gentry, and I also liked this one, A Caress of Twilight. No doubt the Anita Blake series is the best one though. In this one, Princess Merry finds herself back from faerie-land, in her apartment in Los Angeles, where she is working as a private eye. But Merry has other things on her mind, and her detective skills are put somewhat on hold in this one. Her more or less evil aunt, the Queen of the Unseelie Court, has named Merry heir to the faerie throne IF she produces as child before the queen's own son, Prince Cel, does. The Queen has given Merry a handful of men from her royal guard, and they take turns trying to impregnate Merry. Her goblin-pet Kitto also turns out to be something else in this book, and even though there is a little mystery, it is other things this story revolves around. I still haven't found out if Sidhe, Fey, Slouagh, Seelie, Unseelie etc are real words in the English language (I cannot find Danish translations for them), but the book is entertaining and easily read. There are some (toned down) sexual scenes in the book, but it is not as 'weird' as in the previous novel. I did not love this book, but I am nevertheless looking forward to read the next one.