Faeries Gone Wild
Counting Woes--Mary Janice Davidson
Scarlett is a six foot 4-inch tall faery. She is sent to Cannon Falls ,Minnesoto by the faery king. She has been sent to count the residents who live on Shea Farm. Coffee Ray was born to a human father and a giantess mother. At over seven feet tall, Coffee spends a lot of time alone. He works at the local garage. Can a woman who has been ensorcelled into an SUV bring these two love-shy people together?
Ms Davidson takes us back to Shea Farm and the people who live there. The first story with these characters was in the anthology No Rest for the Witches.
Pixie Lust--Lois Greiman
Avalina came to the mortal realm to look for a plant called the Pinquil Fern before it is gone forever. Alalina only has so long on the mortal realm to find the plant, but things go quickly down hill when Avalina loses her memory. William Timber was born Elder Mann to a hippie mother. William is a self-made millionaire. When William brought the glen to cut down the trees, he never expected to find a woman who would change his way of thinking.
Can a nature loving faerie and a millionaire businessman find happiness together?
Dust Me, Baby, One More Time--Michele Hauf
Sidney Tooth worked as a librarian by day and is the tooth faery by night. Sidney loves living in the Mortal Realm. She follows the rules so that she can stay there. One night while getting a tooth, Sidney finds a note stating that the tooth faery is not real. As she leaves the house she runs into the sandman. Tall, blond, and sun-bronzed sexy, Dart Sand is every fairies dream man. All expect for Sidney. She has no time to find Mr. Right, even when she fly’s right in to him. It is against the rules for two night workers to start a relationship. But Sidney finds she has to team up with Dart in order to find out why parents are starting to ban all childhood beliefs. Now all they have to do is fix the problem without falling in love with each other.
A Little Bit Faery--Leandra Logan
Tia can’t figure out why she can't find a man. She is smart and gook looking. When she is kicked out of her apartment building and forced to move back home with her mother. Then her mother tells her the truth about her father, that he is a mortal. With Tia being half mortal that is the reason she can't find her Mr. Right. Tia ends up going to Manhattan to find her father but she finds love instead. Alec Simon lives and manages the apartment building that Tia's father owns. Alec is a New York firefighter who is on leave. When he rents Tia an apartment, he feels something for her that he thinks is just lust. The more time they are around each other the more they start to fall for each other.
Overall a great read that any fae would love. Each author transports the reader into a fantasic world filled with magic and love.
Book Blurb for Faeries Gone Wild
MARYJANICE DAVIDSON “Tall, Dark and Not So Faery”
Scarlett is not your typical pint-sized faery. At six feet, four inches tall, she’s an unlikely candidate for a match made in heaven. But when she ventures to Cannon Falls, Minnesota, on royal orders to survey its extraordinary residents, she stumbles upon the one man who just may measure up to size…
LOIS GREIMAN “Pixie Lust”
William Timber is a cutthroat developer who refuses to let a few trees come between him and his next million. But when Avalina—a sparkling faery charged to protect all things green—comes to town, William is forced to choose between life as he knows it and the unknown reaches of his heart.
MICHELE HAUF “Dust Me, Baby, One More Time”
A librarian by day and a tooth faery by night, Sidney has absolutely no time to find Mr. Right. Until she flies smack dab into sexy, sun-bronzed Dart Sand, a man who makes her wings a-flutter…and whose allure could get her banished from the Mortal Realm.
LEANDRA LOGAN “A Little Bit Faery”
Tia is mystified when she strikes out on the Luna faery singles scene, in spite of her hourglass curves and vivacious charm. Then she takes off for Manhattan and lands on the doorstep of a steamy firefighter who sets her soul on fire—and shares a strong connection to her secret past.
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