A Fairy Promise

Fairy King, Book 2
Narrated by: Corinne Shor
Length: 2 hrs and 47 mins
Categories: Romance, Fantasy
4.5 out of 5 stars (6 ratings)

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For better or worse, choices have consequences. Even for a fairy king.

©2016 C. J. Brightley (P)2017 C. J. Brightley

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Short and Sweet

I really would have wanted more. I still do. This is the only reason why this book does not get 5 stars. But I still liked it.

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Awesome

Again a great rendition of a fabulous story. The narrator was clear and concise and seamlessly changed tone and quality of voice to add the characters. Highly recommended.

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A happy ending to a love story

the conclusion between the 2 main characters story was unknowing, sad, heart warming and perfectly told. I wish it wouldn't and but I thoroughly enjoyed this story as it unfolded.

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"As you Wish" comes with new meaning

This was a sweet follow up to A Fairy King. A lot of attention to facial expessions, licking lips, and a dry mouth, but depth is added to their relationship and the Fairy World of law and order.
I think my pet peeve was the soliloquys ... I can imagine this being a romance but it really really felt out of touch with any tangible reality. I can't relate at all with the over-the-too sugarness and gushiness. I'm almost thinking Caderyn is similar to what we would consider a "door mat" in our world ....