Nathan Alexander’s batty aunt has done it again. This time she’s sent him a rare plant he doesn’t want. Imagine his surprise when he finds a kidnapped fairy hidden within its leaves. As a man who heads a non-profit organization for abused women and children, Nathan makes it his mission to help her find her way home.
All her life Katenia was warned about the evilness of humans. Never was that proved more true than when she was kidnapped from her quiet valley home. Thrust into the human world, Katenia must fight her very instincts to trust Nathan if she ever hopes to return to her rightful place…and to her normal thumb-sized fairy form.
But with their lives in danger, finding home…and love…will be a journey worthy of a fairy tale.
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
(Source: I received a digital copy of this book for free on a read-to-review basis. Thanks to Lyrical Press and NetGalley.)
Nathan cares more about his job than his love life, so a pint-sized fairy is nothing more than another problem to deal with, until she becomes human-sized, and kind-of sexy that is.
This was an okay short story about a human and a fairy.
Nathan was a typical busy business man, with little time or inclination given to his love life, to the extent that he’d broken up with his fiancé.
Katenia was a tiny fairy who became human-sized, and even though she’d been brought up to hate humans she wasn’t adverse to having sex with Nathan.
The storyline was okay, but wasn’t really anything amazing. The relationship between the pair was okay, although it would have been nice if Nathan had offered Katenia his jacket a bit sooner after she became human-sized and totally naked!
There was some sex in this, but there seemed to be more foreplay than anything. When they actually got down to having sex it seemed to be over extremely quickly. If I had been Katenia I think I’d have been a bit disappointed!
The ending was okay, but again, I didn’t love it. I certainly won’t be reading this again in the future.
Overall; okay fantasy/erotica story,
6 out of 10.