These three short novels about forbidden and otherworldly desires reveal deeply buried erotic truths. Met by Moonlight asks the questions Can it be possible that a handsome stranger met by moonlight is a mischievous fairy out to sample a taste of human love and passion? What will happen when the magic witching month of May is over? When he loses his human form, will he lose his memories of her as well? In the tale The House of Dust, the king is dead, but the queen cannot grieve until she's had vengeance. She must descend into and brave the Underworld in order to bring her lover back from the dead. Lastly, The Dragon Lord takes place in the misty marshlands of Navarone, where the princess is about to be married. Her parents desperately hope this will cure her of the problem that they have fought to keep secret for years her tendency to play with fire. The princess lights fires in the grate with her eyes when no one is looking, and she is lustful in a land of rigid morality.