The three friends and lovers unite at the request of Aristide the old wizard to whom they owe a favor.
Chloe, Oliver and Tristan have not seen each other for nearly three months and now they have gathered to hear the nature of the favor. It soon becomes clear that this is no ordinary favor and the three fall into the habit of calling this favor the task as they talk and prepare for it.
Still in love, Oliver and Chloe take up where they left off and the romantic moments are back immediately.
Tristan is so sad about the part he played in Chloe leaving the country and staying away for such a long time. Does he forgive himself?
Chloe still loves Tristan and the old dilemma of being in love with both the beautiful, immortal knight and the equally gorgeous modern guy Oliver dominates Chloe's thoughts through some bizarre incidents.
Who is Jean-Paul and what is his relationship to Aristide?
Has the magic in the waterfall always been because Tristan has special powers he does not know about or is it something much more ancient and supernatural?
Chloe faces danger from a surprising source. Time travel takes the reader to a rock concert and to the twelfth century.
There are so many romantic moments between the characters that you just know something is waiting to go wrong.
This book is about love and fate.
In book five The Task is not just about the favor owed to Aristide it is about Chloe deciding to choose between Oliver and Tristan.
This is a love story you will want to follow to the end.
Contemporary urban fantasy romance suitable 17+