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FAIRYVILLE
by Emma Holly

Genre: Erotic Romance

2007 Paranormal/Fantasy/Sci-Fi Erotic Romance Nominee

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Holly once again demonstrates that she's the queen of erotic romance. Her latest story truly has it all. Set in fictional town of Fairyville, Ariz., it has plenty of heat and quirky characters -- plus two strong storylines you won't find anywhere else. But both are seamlessly entwined so that they won't seem jarring to readers. Elements include male/male and menage scenes. Readers are in for a treat.

Zoe Clare is a clairvoyant who speaks to the dead -- and she also sees fairies. That, however, is
not her biggest problem. That honor belongs to the feelings she has for
her mega-hot landlord and manager, Magnus Monroe, who's known in Fairyville for his prowess in bed.

What Zoë wouldn't give just to
be in his arms for a minute! She can't understand why on earth she's invisible to him? So when her high school flame, Alex, comes back home on business, she uses this as the perfect way of
making Magnus see her as a woman. The fact that Alex has hurt her badly will have to be dealt with later. Are Zoë's dreams about to come true -- and will she be able to handle it if
they do? (Berkley Sensation, Sep., 320
pp., $14.00)

Reviewed By: Kristi Ahlers

Publisher: Berkley Sensation

Published: September 2007

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