Publisher: Dark Quest Books
Publish Date: August 22, 2012
Origins: From Publisher for Review
Format: Trade Paperback
Order From: Amazon / Barnes & Noble / Dark Quest Books
Synopsis: Get Your Bad-Ass On! The rumble of a Harley... the gleam of black leather... The shine of polished chrome... the freedom of the open road.... Motorcycles meet magic and mayhem as Lance Cosain, the halfling leader of The Wild Hunt MC, protects his turf and his people from attacks ordered by Dair na Scath, the high king of the fae. Holding his own against rogue fae, redcaps, and the gremlins of the road, all Lance wants to do is settle down with his lady. Instead he goes toe-to-toe with the high king's champion over an ancient dagger and the claim to a throne. Who will triumph? The king of the road or the king of the realm? Either way, the Hunt is on! Based on the stories "At the Crossroads" and "Within the Guardian Bell" from the award-winning Bad-Ass Faeries Anthology Series.
Review: Lance Cosain knows he is a halfling, half-human half-fae, but does not know his true origins. He’s the leader of The Wild Hunt Motorcycle Club and he’s known as the Wind Walker. He’s going to come up against some nasty characters and he’ll need the help of his Four Winds and all members of The Wild Hunt MC to come out ahead. He will also be forced to face his true past and can only do so alone. Filled with funny and crafty characters, ‘The Halfling’s Court’ is a book you will become engrossed in easily.
‘The Halfling’s Court’ is a book with an interesting and diverse set of characters running through them. I absolutely loved the illustrations accompanying the story. This book reminded me a lot of ‘The SERRAted Edge’ series by Mercedes Lackey. ‘The Halfling’s Court’ is fun and engaging even with the perils and dangers of the road and Fae Court faced by Lance and his MC, and easily re-read many times.