Posted in Book Reviews on Oct 02, 2018
Volume 2 of Endangered Fae
Building a solid relationship between a human and a Irish fairy was never going to be easy. When Diego misinterprets a situation he finds Finn in, his anger opens a hole in the veil which has kept the human and fae worlds separate for hundreds of years. Diego is plunged into a world he has no knowledge, or at least no recollection, of, and Finn finds himself still an outcast among his own people. First, the two have to find each other, then they have to work out their differences, and finally they have to figure out how to get back to the human world, although they're unaware of what waits for them there. More
Posted in Book Reviews on Aug 07, 2018
Volume 1 of Endangered Fae
Irish fairy (pooka) Finn wakes from a centuries-long slepp to a very unfamiliar modern world. He somehow finds his way to New York City, which is no place for a being that gets their nourishment from fresh water and nature. He's weak and disheveled when Diego spots him on a bridge. Diego is someone who just can't help trying to make other people's lives better. Fearing that Finn might harm himself, and with no idea what he really is, Diego takes him home. Although both of them have reasons to not be interested in any kind of relationship, a natural attraction forms between them, but how long can it last? More
This web site discusses books and other themes of an adult nature. These pages are designed for ADULTS only and may include materials that some viewers may find offensive. If you are under the age of 18, if such material offends you or if it is illegal to view such material in your community please click EXIT now.