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by Erica Hayes

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy, Urban Fantasy

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Take an unbelievably sexy fae heroine who thinks she's a geek and a blue metalfae, and you have one steamy urban fantasy in the latest Shadowfae Chronicle. The unique characters have few morals and are totally engaging, and a colorful alternate world in contemporary Melbourne is the perfect spot for the magical, fast-paced plot.

Ice lives in a shadowy fairy world sheathed in glamour. Indigo, tall, sculpted and blue, is a metalfae. Every time Ice sees him, she makes a gibbering fool of herself. He wants her too, but he has a dark side he prefers to keep hidden, so he gives her the brush-off.

Indigo steals a mirror for the demon lord and takes a peek. Suddenly he's hearing dark whispers in his head. Ice is a pickpocket, and her fairy world is turned upside down when she steals the magic mirror. Ice and Indigo try to undo the malevolent spell they're under, but it's not that easy. (ST. MARTIN'S GRIFFIN, Mar., 384 pp., $14.99)

Reviewed By: Gail Pruszkowski


Published: March 2010

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