Seducing the Stone

I have to say, I thoroughly enjoyed Seducing the Stone. It is a charming tale of Raya, a fairy, and Max, a human, and their united attempts to rejoin a very precious gemstone to its home. Raya has located the stone she needs to save her home on Earth in a museum, and Max is trying to guard it. The adventure begins. Raya is an extremely dynamic character, quite fully developed and well thought out even though this is a shorter novel. Max is an exceptionally driven character, having many of the admirable human traits that are found in hero/heroine types of characters. The story itself is quite fun, and the characters are quirky and delightfully charming on all levels. The story is also detailed enough to easily develop a spinoff or series, which I personally would enjoy seeing. This is a very fun story that will bring many people great enjoyment.


Book Blurb for Seducing the Stone

A charming fairy and a diligent security professional both claim rights to a precious sapphire, the Starry Night. Raya needs the stone to save a valuable lake, and Max needs to make sure the gem stays in its proper place for a private showing at the museum.

Chasing Raya and the stone, Max travels between Earth and Raya’s planet, and while Max starts out with only one goal in mind, to return the stone to its home, he ends up on a lively adventure, interacting with several races of exotic beings who once resided on Earth.

Though captivated by the lovely Raya, Max has sworn to stay away from women after having been deceived by a beautiful but unscrupulous girlfriend in his past. The more time he spends with the enchanting fairy, however, the more he wants her. Raya is different from anyone he has ever met and even a man with iron willpower will have a difficult time resisting a determined fairy with her own secret agenda!


Night Owl Reviews Mar, 2012 3.50