Every child deserves a pet, right? The problem is that Trix is an elf and, although she looks like a child, she’s really a seasoned adult and her ‘pet’ is a savage wolf. All in all, it’s an interesting combination but Zenith, as Trix calls him, isn’t a normal wolf by any stretch of the imagination. He’s definitely cleverer than the average pet and he proves that by saving his young owner’s life on more than one occasion. Meanwhile, skulduggery is afoot in the fairy settlement. There’s been a robbery and the trail leads to ….where? Also, a double agent is on the loose, but who can it be and how can he be found? Stephen, erstwhile human, deposited into a fairy clone, and his friends (Thorn, the beautiful but temper prone fairy who secretly, and not so secretly, carries a torch for Stephen, and Nix, the sardonic goblin) strive to find out before all hell breaks loose. But can they stop an impending war? To complicate matters, Tracey (Thorn’s glamorous and sexy sister) has confessed her love for Stephen also. So, what’s a boy to do when two dazzlingly beautiful females profess undying devotion? Form a threesome? Run away? Never look at either of them again? The final answer to Stephen’s dilemma is bizarre beyond belief.