Wednesday, 14 May 2014

Review: Ever Mine by Eden Ashe

Can a kidnapped fairy and a human find love despite all odds?

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

105 pages
Expected publication: June 2nd 2014 by Lyrical Press
Terri's Thoughts:
I received an advanced copy of this story from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.  The expected publication date is June 2, 2014.
This was a really quick and easy read that takes you away from the everyday normal for just a short period of time.  While I admit that I found the whole concept a little on the strange side it still managed to distract me for a moment in time.
This reads like a paranormal/adult romance cross over read.  While it delves in to the Fairy world and magic and witches it also has the adult aspect to the story.  By this I mean there is adult content, graphic adult content.  This is where it was a little weird for me.  While I have read both genres many times I have not read the two mixed together.  I found the result was a bit of an awkward read as the two did not necessarily mix well.  I also found the transitioning of the story a little awkward and I had to reread portions to understand what had just occurred.
That aside, the book does entertain and offer a little something outside of the usual norm.  This could appeal to many who are looking for something a little different.  Add to that the short length of the story and it does not require a big commitment.

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