An Enchanted Occasions story
Being invisible makes it really hard to get laid.
A Note from E.J.
When I wrote Nudging Fate and later Devouring Flame, I imagined the Olesson-Pakulski wedding, the event that tanked Enchanted Occasions’ reputation, as akin to Sherlock Holmes’s offhand comment about the giant rat of Sumatra: “a story for which the world is not yet prepared.”
But then I started to wonder…
When half-human Kai Schiffer steps into the Interstices—the post-creation gaps between realms—his supernatural half kicks in and he literally disappears unless…well, don’t ask.
But in a stroke (heh) of good fortune, Kai finally has a chance to show his face (and other parts, stars willing) to his long-time crush Jovan Kos—Interstitial Law Enforcement agent, wolf warrior, occasional berserker, and best man at their mutual best friends’ Imbolc wedding.
Jovan, who’s half in love with Kai already, is grateful his best man duties are light enough that he can focus all his attention on Kai. After all, with Enchanted Occasions Event Planning handling the Olesson-Pakulski wedding, what could possibly go wrong?
The plot reminded me of those madcap screwball rom-com movies from the 1930s and 40s.
Frighteningly funny look at what can go wrong with a wedding. I love visiting the complex and magical world this author has created.
Hilarious and heartfelt, this is a delightful friends to lovers novella centered around the most disastrous wedding of all time.