In a blatant power play, Zeus managed to trick the Fates into giving their jobs to three of his teenage daughters. But without the original Fates in power, the world may soon be deprived of true love.

Until she receives a call for help from her brother Travers, Megan Kineally never believed in magic or its consequences. But after arriving in Las Vegas, Megan learns that her nephew Kyle is psychic, her brother is getting married to a mage and the Fates want her to help them get Robin Hood to steal back their spinning wheel.

Rob Chapeau—aka Robin Hood— still steals from the rich and gives to the poor, but now he does it legally through charities. Rob also still holds a major grudge against the Fates for allowing his mortal love to die centuries earlier, so he's not inclined to help them recover their powers. Still, Megan is the first woman to make an impact on him in a long time, and, after seeing the actions of the inept new Fates, he knows he has no choice.

Rounding out her Fates trilogy, the spellbinding Grayson again gives readers their money's worth by taking the familiar and turning it on its ear, with humor and charm. (Aug., 384 pp., $6.50)
Reviewed by: 
Jill M. Smith