It was fine, but not one that I enjoyed, per se, unlike most of her other books. It was fine, it was good. Just not great.
Oberon steals Tamisin and brings her to his court because he believes she is his daughter. Only she isn't. The other fairies there hate her and Dasmas wants to make her fall in love with him to curry favor with Oberon. But then Oberon and Titania are going to go to war, so with the help of other fey creatures like ogresses and brownies and nymphs, Tamisin is able to prevent calamity, along with the aid of Jak and some old friends. For me, not too compelling or humorous.
Also, where is Lurinda? Is she the one messing with the gates? So, a third one as well? *sigh*