Faery Special Romances is a collection of ten wonderful fairy stories. Kelly is your guide through the whole book. She stars in each story as a special girl who helps people find love. She helps both the fey and humans. Some stories are about two fae falling in love, while others are exclusively human and some a fae and a human.
The book begins during Medieval Times. At that point Keely is very young fairy. When the book ends, Keely is much older and of marrying age. So, you get to meet Keely throughout the ages. The book also has some very memorable stories titles. Here are some to wet your appetite. Faery Much In Love, My Faery Lady, Faery Foxy Flapper and Faery Hot Date
Out of the ten stories the first was my favorite, as I really liked the medieval setting. The title of the first story is Faery Much in Love. It takes place during the summer of 1199 and deals with a knight and a fae. Shaylah a fae female has been having problems with her magic. The fae Queen Yana demands that Shaylah help Sir Darian, as he has not smiled since his cousin passed away and he was saddled with eight children. It's Shaylah's task to find a true love for Sir Darian. With a little help From Keely Shaylah and Darian will find true love.
If you like short stories with lots of laughter, fairy magic and love make sure you pick up your copy of Faery Special Romances. From the first page this book makes you laugh. From then on out you will continue to laugh and love though each of the ten wonderfully magical fairy stories.
Once Upon A Time, the faery princess Keely tried to match . . . . . . a misguided faery maiden and a surly but handsome knight, the pirate Devlin Angell and the ever-hopeful Myra, a faery under the ruse of Lord Kembell and a lady of nobel birth, a blacksmith and a duchess, a flapper and a barnstormer pilot . . . But can Keely keep her own heart? With faery magic, anything can happen! This enchanted carpet-ride features ten romantic faery tales, ten happy couples, and a journey through history with Keely, who grows from a kindergartener to a beautiful young faery woman. Brilliantly magical! Ms. Rogers' special brand of humor and imagination will have you believing in faeries from page one. Absolutely enchanting! ~~ Dawn Thompson, author of The Falcon’s Bride and Blood Moon Royalties go to Children's Tumor Foundation, ending neurofibromatosis through research. http://www.ctf.org