Publish date: May 1st 2008
Publisher: Samhain Publishing
Pages no: 224
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, M M Romance
Insta-love and not really much of interest. A cliched "action" plot.It is not really bad, so I will not rate it, but I am not fascinated enough to read on.The long, raven tresses that hang to Joe's waist gave me a bad Laurell-K-Hamilton-Moment.
I read this one a while back, but I remember thinking it was kind of meh. Not bad, I guess, but not really that exciting either.The composition of the cover's gorgeous, though.
First off, I really liked the whole theme of fireflies in this book. Well, it wasn't actually a recurring theme, or some deep and meaningful concept, but the appearance of fireflies was endearing (especially at the end) and introduced this 'awww' factor at some parts.That really was an unnecessary ...
I kept struggling to finish it, I'm not sure why. Not sure why the struggle, not sure why I stayed with it given the struggle.
3.5 starsThis book kind of reads like an erotic children's book.This is the story of Joey, who met a fairy as a child and couldn't ever forget about it, and Braeden, said fairy, who stayed in the human world to watch over Joey until he was old enough to know the truth.Joey is half fairy, and has ama...