Mason Larue a former military man turned carpenter isn't looking for a one nighter when he lets his friend drag him to a masquerade party. That is until he sees a slender fairy dancing not far from where he's standing. And he is further surprised when Avery the fairy comes over and introduces himself. The attraction is hot and instant between them.
Mason is used to his one-night stands being as big and burly as himself. He's not sure about his choice even after their night together and leaves without a word to Avery. When a few days later he finds that he misses Avery he goes back to find him. Can Mason repair the hurt he's done to Avery and gain his trust again or will he loose the love of his life?
The Carpenter and the Fairy is a very entertaining read and well worth staying up late for. It’s packed with a lot of story and humor. The love scenes between Avery and Mason were as entertaining as the rest of the story. They are really hot and steamy. This book is definitely a keeper and I will recommend it to readers and friends alike. I hope to read more from this author in the future.
Former military man Mason Larue is into one-night stands and big, burly guys, so he is not happy to find himself attracted to a sweet, slim young man wearing eyeliner and dressed in a fairy costume. After a night spent with Avery, however, he begins to change his mind about what he wants. Can Mason get past fear and stereotypes in time to get what he never knew he wanted?