Brianna Hai runs an occult shop that sells useless trinkets to tourists - and real magic supplies to witches and warlocks. The magical painting that hangs in Brianna's apartment is the last portal between the fae and human worlds.
A shocking magical assault on her home reveals to Brianna that her father High King Liu of the Fae is under attack. With the help of her gargoyle Pug, her friend David, and Angelo, a police detective who doesn't believe in magic, Brianna recovers what was stolen from her and becomes an unwilling potential heir to the throne.
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Highly recommended if you like Rice's Gentry books
Yes. The fae cultures and the characters are well planned out to build an interesting world/story.
It took me to Fairy in as interesting a read since Anne Rice wrote about her first Meredith Gentry books (without all the sex). The story goes deep enough into the fae culture and characters to interest me. I'm looking forward to the next book taking me further into the world created here and learning more about the characters. This could be another break - out series for me....cross your fingers.
Not that I know. I generally go through so many stories when I hole up to enjoy my library that I only really notice who the narrator is if s/he is (1) truly horrible, (2) has an annoying tick in their narration, or (3) when I've been in a series for 3 or 4 books with a good narrator and the author (or whoever) changes narrators midstream. Evanovich did this to me and the characters were never the same. If I remember correctly Harry Potter changed into someone else with a new narrator. Generally it happens with the growing popularity of a particular series and it feels like when Bewitched brought in a new Darren. Weird.
Just joy at finding a book i can truly say I enjoyed and a feeling of satisfaction and anticipation at the end of the book.
Unfortunately, my favorite character in the book was the King of the Fae. I'll be interested to see how I feel after the next book.
- Linda Luella "buchfiend"