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SHE'S NO FAERIE PRINCESS
by Christine Warren

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy

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Take one faerie princess trying to escape her responsibilities, add one stressed out but extremely sexy werewolf, and you have the makings of a blistering-hot adventure tale. Warren has fast become one of the premier authors of rich paranormal thrillers elaborately laced with scorching passion. When you want your adventure hot, Warren is the one for you!

Despite the ban on visiting
the human realm dictated by her aunt,
the Queen Mab of the Seelie, Princess Fiona decides she desperately needs
a holiday. Unfortunately, upon her arrival in New York, Fiona is suddenly attacked by a demon -- and only the intervention of a sexy werewolf keeps
her from getting skewered.

As second in command of the Silverback clan, Tobias Walker has been charged with New York City security. At this moment, top-secret talks between the "Others" and select humans are taking place, with the objective being the gradual revelation
of the existence of the other species. When Fiona is blocked from returning home and more demon attacks occur, it becomes apparent that someone or something is trying to sabotage the talks. But as Tobias and Fiona soon realize, that may only be the appetizer for a truly evil feast. (ST. MARTIN'S, Nov., 352 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: St. Martin's

Published: November 2006

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