FAIRYVILLE
by Emma Holly

September 2007
ISBN: 978-0-425-21705-4
Reviewer Graphic Button Berkley
Trade Paperback
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Medium Zoe Clare not only sees dead people but she’s been pining after her boss, Magnus, for a long time, an attraction that Magnus seems not to return. Magnus’s seeming indifference only serves to reinforce Zoe’s feelings of inadequacy that were first stirred by her old boyfriend, Alex, who left her in disgrace. But Zoe has had enough and is determined to take a risk and pursue her attraction to Magnus, and then things turn interesting when Alex shows up again and sparks between them still fly.


Magnus never intended to stay in Fairyville but after he met Zoe he knew that there was no where he would rather be, even though it could cost him his freedom. The price for his freedom was one he was more then willing to pay before he met Zoe but now it is the very thing that keeps them apart. Magnus would rather be friends with Zoe then lose her, a situation he was content with that is before her old flame Alex shows up in town.


Alexander Goodbody has come back to his home town after accepting a case that takes him back to Fairyville, a situation that he is not looking forward after the way he left town because he will have to come face to face with his past. Alex’s newly developed romantic relationship with his best friend and partner Bryan McCallum will be tested when Alex’s feelings for his old flame Zoe are once again fanned.


Fairyville is a deliciously sensual experience that should not be missed. The wonderful intricacies in the relationships between all of these marvelous characters are one that readers will want to read about over and over again. Zoe’s dual innocence and sensuality is enticing because readers have the chance to journey with Zoe as she learns to flex her sexual muscles, no pun intended, and becomes the person who she is meant to be. Magnus, Alex and Bryan are all blazingly yummy and their dominant sexy ways are sure to cause palpitations, if not an outright riot. Emma Holly has once again delivered a fantastically sensuous and captivating story that I just couldn’t put down. Emma Holly’s ability to create such vivid scenes and characters that titillate and romance the heart is what keeps me always looking forward to her next novel and Fairyville is another wonderful addition to her work.


Reviewed in October 2007 by Claudia.

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