Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Emma Holly reads and re-reads a wide variety of authors, including Nick Hornby, Sharon Shinn, and Christine Feehan. Emma Holly’s *Fairyville *, reviewed & recommended women’s fiction. Sexy, contemporary fun from the USA Today bestselling author of All U Can Eat. Meet Zoe Clare, a medium who has no trouble communicating with the dead.
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A super hot read. Alex’s infatuated with Zoe, longed to explore-reconnect-renew his passion with Zoe while facing his fall-from-grace situation with the town.
The first time Zoe had heard him do it, her heart had clenched.
hokly Alex left Fairyville under a cloud after being discovered having sex with his football coach, but Zoe still loves him and his arrival in town rekindles some of the feelings. Zoe Clare is a medium that has a small shop where she helps people get in touch with their loved ones. Even that seemed unnecessary with a enma as clear-spoken as Leo Darling.
This book had an element of fantasy in it no, not in the sexual way with fairies and the mystical. It did fit in with the plot and the entire book was one of the better written books I’ve read lately.
The author gives us an interesting view of fairies living in the human world both by choice and also as changelings fairyvi,le switched at birth. One of them has to have sex during the full moon to be able to stay in this world rather than fairie, but he can’t sleep with the heroine because “he would have to give her heart back” after the full moon. The rules they’re about to break holyl bring out the jealousy in Magnus-and the astounding truth.
Fairyville Series by Emma Holly
There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Fairyville is a quality story, with great characters, deftly used paranormal effects that never overshadow the humanity of the story, and a strong, hot, sensual plot.
His only flaw and, to be fair, it was only a flaw to Zoe was his fauryville to look at her in a sexual way. She has it bad for her landlord Magnus.
As a reader I can buy just about anything as long as there’s an explanation that makes some sense. The sight of his shoes momentarily blanked her mind. Website of the author: View all 7 comments.
I’ve read one of Holly’s Upyr series and really love the way she writes, but this one was a struggle. Failing to see the distinction, she wrenched her hand out from under his. You deserve that, you know. Oct 13, Megan rated it liked it Shelves: And they were that much more gross considering how great all the other characters were But she can’t seem to get her feelings across to her landlord-slash-manager- Magnus Monroe, Fairyville, Arizona’s most eligible bachelor.
I thought it was really good romantic porn. Why would a guy with his looks and charisma restrict himself to having sex once a month? One should read fakryville for the sex, not for the story.
The story is okay too but having now read it, the part I remember mostly is the amazing sex scenes. From where she stood, she could see the potted prickly pear cactus that guarded the entrance, the fairgville of its lush hot-pink flowers drooping off.
No wonder women dropped like ripe cherries around this man. Zoe is human and loves Magnus. Holy really enjoyed this book. I wish there would have been a warning for that, or I wouldn’t have wasted my time to read the first chapter and a half. Although Magnus has an unusually strong sex drive and has gone through most women in the Fairyville offers an fairyviole blend of erotica and paranormal romance, the setting and unusual characters providing a paranormal twist.
Zoe has no trouble communicating with the dead—or with real live fairies, for that matter!