Friday, April 21, 2017


Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Date published: 
February 22, 2017
High Fantasy, Urban Fantasy
Audio book

Reviewed by Gabrielle (

Obtained via publisher

Rating: 4 Hearts

David has had a bad time of it lately. Ever since his last relationship breakup became the schools gossip he has held himself back from everyone. When he finally decides to go to a Holiday party he lets himself go and becomes tipsy enough to flirt with the one fairy he truly loves. Yet there is so much that stops the two from becoming more than friends.  Even with all the obstacles that they face both David and Tulip find their attraction hard to resist. Their pasts hinder any future they might have but David cannot stop himself from longing for Tulip and no matter how hard he tries to stay away he always finds his way back to the fairy. Will love finally find its way to these two or will they both lose out?

David and Tulip’s story is a great addition to this series. No matter how hard these two try to avoid their emotions they can’t hide from them. Love will not be denied and you must be brave to grab and fight for it. I loved Tulip and David. The two make a wonderful couple. David may have grown up with a fairy as his best friend but there is still so much about the fairies that he doesn’t understand.  As he tries to give Tulip the space he needs he can’t help but feel the longing for him but he must remember Tulip does not date humans. So David tries to keep himself in check around the fairy but that is harder to do than he imagined. Tulip fights his attraction as well until they both are hurting.  I loved seeing these two find their way. Their story is so full of emotions and pulls at your heart at times.  Not only did the main characters make an impression but many of the supporting characters had a lot to say. I also enjoyed seeing an appearance of a special dragon in this story.  Each of the characters in this book is brought to life vividly and you cannot help but love each one in their own way.  The author does a wonderful job of painting a great world for readers and narrator Michael Fell does a wonderful job of bringing the characters of this book to life. As I listened to their story I became immersed in their world and all that it encompassed. 

This is an objective review and not an endorsement of this book.



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