Publisher: Changeling Press
Date published: January 19th, 2011
Paranormal, Elves, M/M
Reviewed by Dawn
Obtained by Publisher
CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE! Ario is trying to live his life away from the deception and betrayal that caused him to be banished from his family. Now determined to live a life without magic he finds himself drawn back into the world he left as a determined pixie and one hunky fae draw him back in.
Cailte was the right hand to the legendary Finn mac Cool. Now awake from a long sleep, Cailte finds himself in a time he doesn’t understand and with a man who stirs his every desire. If they are to survive, both Ario and Cailte must embrace the bond that is growing between them.
I have to admit I am a huge fan of this author since I read HOW NOT TO DATE AN ALIEN. The humor and sex appeal she puts in her stories has me either giggling like crazy or squirming in my seat. The writing is tight, the action is fast paced and the characters literally keep you on the edge of your seat with a few twists I wasn’t expecting. I loved the way this author delivers a story-full of humor, sexiness and a hint of mystery that draws the reader in until the very last page is read.
Meet Ario, a man who turned his back on magic and his family after he is tossed out of his family. I loved this character. He was complex, intriguing and one I wouldn’t mind meeting in an ally. The sparks that flare between Ario and Cailte were quite hot. You could literally cut the sexual tension between these two with a knife. There were a few secondary characters that had me snickering and intrigued while reading this latest story. The characters are well rounded and keep the readers’ attention.
HOW NOT TO DATE A FAE is a fun, sexy tale that will leave you eager for more. Stephanie Burke is a talented author who knows how to keep her readers glued to the last page and clamoring for more afterwards. If you are looking for a hot tale, then grab HOW NOT TO DATE A FAE and settle in for an afternoon of reading pleasure.
This is an objective review and not an endorsement of this book.