MaryJanice Davidson, Lois Greiman, Michelle Hauf, Leandra Logan
978-0312945688 / 0-312-94568-X
my cup of tea, but I can see how these stories can have an appeal to
chick-lit/paranormal fans. These are very tame books really, all featuring the
fae in one form or another. The exception was Leandra Logan's "A Little
A Little Bit Faery half-human/half-fae, Tia, is a having a little bit of
trouble in fitting in with the fae population and is having a hard time finding
a man. To the fae she smells a little too much like her human half and all the
fae guys run away from her. After she gets kicked out of her hightop living
space, she decides to find her human father and find out more about her other
half. Now Tia has a change luck and even attracts a sexy firefighter. This
story is cute and even a little funny at times.
DAVIDSON "Tall, Dark and Not So Faery"
is not your typical pint-sized faery. At six feet, four inches tall, she's an
unlikely candidate for a match made in heaven. But when she ventures to Cannon
Falls, Minnesota, on royal orders to survey its extraordinary residents, she
stumbles upon the one man who just may measure up to size…
GREIMAN "Pixie Lust"
Timber is a cutthroat developer who refuses to let a few trees come between him
and his next million. But when Avalina—a sparkling faery charged to protect
all things green—comes to town, William is forced to choose between life
as he knows it and the unknown reaches of his heart.
HAUF "Dust Me, Baby, One More Time"
librarian by day and a tooth faery by night, Sidney has absolutely no time to
find Mr. Right. Until she flies smack dab into sexy, sun-bronzed Dart Sand, a
man who makes her wings a-flutter…and whose allure could get her banished from
the Mortal Realm.v
LOGAN "A Little Bit Faery"
is mystified when she strikes out on the Luna faery singles scene, in spite of
her hourglass curves and vivacious charm. Then she takes off for Manhattan and
lands on the doorstep of a steamy firefighter who sets her soul on
fire—and shares a strong connection to her secret past.