MENAGE A FAIRY
The Fairy Series Book 4
Fantasy, Fairy, Menage,Romance, Erotic
Rating: 3 Cups
Annalise was saved by a fairy from drowning when she was a child. She has made it her life’s work to find that fairy. Her lover Jayne is along for the ride.
Jayne is Annalise’s lover and a man-hater. She is a lesbian through and through and loves Annalise with all her heart.
Wick is a fairy warrior. Seeing all the other mated couples just makes him more lonely and more horny. He just wants to find his own human mate.
When Annalise goes fairy hunting along the coast of Ireland where she first saw the fairy who saved her, she has no idea that she is about to get in a spot of trouble. Fortunately for her, her fairy Wick finds and saves her. Her attraction to Wick and he to her is very real, but Annalise has a lover and explaining that to Wick is hard. Heck, explaining her feelings for Wick to Jayne is just as difficult. The fact that Annalise feels torn in two does not help either, nor do the trolls that decide now is the time to start some mayhem. Will Wick, Annalise and Jayne be able to work together along with the other fairies to drive off the trolls? What about what is happening between the three, will it work? Relationships are never easy but when it comes to a fairy, a man hater and a peacemaker, love just might be possible after all.
The core story of Menage a Fairy is a wonderful fantasy love story. I loved the descriptions of the fairy world, and the fairy warriors. The trolls are just as gross and terrible as one might imagine, and they give some real conflict to this story. While I found it a bit unbelievable that Jayne a self professed hardcore lesbian would consider sharing her lover with another man, I liked the culmination of this trio’s romantic journey. What I did not like and what dropped the rating for this review down was that the author killed off a main character in this series. In my opinion, that is a major no no for authors, and I am sure I won’t be the only one who is terribly disappointed that Ms. Keraleigh did so. I hope that she finds a way to rectify that in future books. Still this story is worth reading and I have no problem recommending it to fantasy romance lovers.
Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance & More