Griffin Flaherty wants nothing more than to create a perfect Valentine's Day for his lover, Dr. Percival Endicott Whyborne. Dinner at a fancy restaurant, an evening at the theater, and a romantic interlude at home should do the trick.
But a new client with an urgent case puts Griffin's plans in jeopardy. A magic talisman has been stolen, and if it isn't returned by sundown, disaster will befall not only on the thief but the innocents around him.
Can Whyborne and Griffin track down and return the amulet by nightfall, or will dinner reservations become the least of their worries?
Note: This story takes place between the events of Widdershins and Threshold, and is narrated from Griffin's point of view.
Short and engaging. Worthwhile If you are reading the whole series. If not, I'm not sure it's satisfying enough. I like the love affair. I'm rooting for these two crazy kids...we'll see where the next book takes us.
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I loved seeing how Griff wanted to have a very special evening setup for Ival but things didn't go quite like planned. I just wish they would see that neither has to prove anything to each other and that they truly love each other. The story was way too short, would have liked a little bit more but overall it was a great short story. Still wish the narrator would differentiate the voices a little bit more