The story so far…
Logan Manleigh, Donna Abrams, and John Frost—the operators of the Manleigh Cheese food truck in Washington, DC—are asked to make an appearance at the White House for a special event in appreciation of this year’s crop of interns. Not being idiots (publicity sells products!), they agree. Unbeknownst to them, Lois Nasen-Hedges (the Presidential Social Secretary), is planning to place a supernatural artifact in their truck so that the owners can’t find it.
Lois is playing a scary game of her own, trying to keep the President in office, and hide the fact that he’s a morally reprehensible human being. She struck a deal with supernatural entities to borrow the Rose Thorn Ring—an object that holds the distilled power of fairy glamor—to keep President Hank Chillum smelling like… a rose… when manure wouldn’t be horrible enough.
Logan, and company, attend a party thrown by Duke Thorson, the owner of the dairy they purchase raw materials from. Duke’s family has a long-standing relationship with the local supernatural community, and a questionable rune reading suggests that he invite the paranormal neighbors to the shin-dig. He does this, and a number of things happen between the local fairies and his guests.
John Frost finds himself drawn across the mist that separates our world from the realm of spirits, and meets a lovely woman. Their love is as instant and powerful as anything out of a fairy tale. Before too long, John discovers he has exponentially grown family members… and gained a wife.
It is Tuesday night, the evening before the Manleigh Cheese command performance at the White House, and there’s more to come before dawn.