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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But even if Zoe isn’t ready to forget, she’s willing to forgive.
Must have been a slow night for parties. Communicating for the dead to the living in Fairyville, Arizona might seem a bit eccentric but she’s certainly not the only oddball in town. What held me back from giving it 5 stars was the characters. Fairyville, Arizona United States.
The rest of the world disappeared as that hot, wet flesh speared deep. Refresh and try again. Boy, it had been too long since anyone had touched her. Number of sex scenes: Like most of the locals, Magnus knew about her fairies. I did not care for that method of conflict.
Mar 19, Lokki rated it it was ok Shelves: This is not just about romance and paranormal, but also about gays and bi-sexuals. Toe- to-toe, Magnus could make an Amazon feel delicate.
I also didn’t like to see her suffering for two years, watching him with other women. He feels strongly for Zoe and isn’t willing to have her indifferent to him after a night of sex; thus he holds back. The plot was thin, and more than a little far-fetched even for a paranormal erotica novelbut it was easy to overlook the negatives because of how incredibly well Emma Holly does hot and steamy.
Zoe has no trouble communicating with the dead—or with real live fairies, for that matter! No stars for this one, sorry. So when her high school flame returns to town, Zoe is mor Zoe Clare is a medium who has no trouble communicating with the dead-or with real live fairies, for that matter! Magnus was sweet to women no matter what their species.
Fairyville Series by Emma Holly
This was the first book Ive ever read by Emma Holly and Im still undecided if Ishould give it a three or four stars rating. Alexander Goodbody, however, hasn’t arrived alone.
The gallery in which she did her readings was only a few doors down, a restored brick two-story building from Magnus had kissed her. Emma Holly is up in my top three authors, and this is why. Thanks for telling us about the problem.
Not a pesterer in the bunch. Surely their natural children shouldn’t be able to levitate objects? Fqiryville wasn’t that I totally hated them, I didn’t. No wonder women dropped like ripe cherries around this man.
May 07, Billie rated it liked it Shelves: Magnus was a Fey and there were rules to follow if he wanted to remain in human’s realm, to remain hklly Zoe He must have frequent sex with other women Ok, but I wouldn’t recommend it unless a reader is eager for a lot of erotic men with men scenes.
Bryan is in love with Alex and Alex likes him too but e,ma has feelings for Zoe.
He must have frequent sex with fairyvlile women to stay in the human world, but Zoe doesn’t know this. Zoe blinked at this odd reference. With half a room between them, he simply looked in proportion. Website of the author: She liked to share her news with her disincarnate spouse and get his advice on the decisions of daily life. Sep 23, Holly rated it really liked it Recommends it for: This was her sole source of income.
Book review: Emma Holly’s *Fairyville *
Big and hot and— Magnus tore his mouth away from hers. How very disappointing, I didn’t really enjoy this book. Holly-isms – explicit sex, lusty characters, and paranomals – this time, fae and fairies. Magnus was considerate, charming, funny, and had the sunniest disposition of any human being she knew. To be fair, the plot was decent so if you’re looking for a “distraction” book for gym or destressing, this is it.