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Rites of Winter by A.K. Faulkner (Inheritance #6)

Quentin and Laurence are on their way home to San Diego when a blizzard turns their brief stop in New York City into a proper Christmas vacation. And what could be better than being snowed in at a luxury hotel with no responsibilities except to each other? Of course, new troubles find them in Manhattan: Quentin goes missing. More than just missing... as far as Laurence can tell, Quentin is dead. And, in a way, he's right. Quentin's in the Otherworld. The only way back to Laurence is to make a dangerous bargain, one which will keep him trapped in a world he isn't equipped to survive until he can find--and kill--a faerie. CONTRIBUTOR(S): RJ Bayley (Narrator) PUBLISHER: Ravensword Press YEAR: 2019 LENGTH: 395 pages (11 hours 46 minutes) AGE: Adult GENRE: Fantasy, Romance RECOMMENDED: Highly Queer Rep Summary: Queer Rep Summary: Gay/Achillean Main Character(s), Bi/Pan Main Character(s), Ace/Aro Main Character(s). RITES OF WINTER begins with an airplane trip and a sudden diversi

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