Faery Tales- Six Tales of Magic and Adventure by Multiple authors Spotlight and Reviews

faerytales Faery Tales- Six Tales of Magic and Adventure

*All new, exclusive stories!* Six brand new tales of adventure, love, and treacherous fey magic from six award-winning, bestselling authors. Enter these fantastical realms where dark powers lurk and the ordinary world can be transformed in a heartbeat to a place of wonder—and danger. From the hidden fae folk dwelling among mortals to the challenges of babysitting a malicious fairy, these tales will cast their enchantment over you!

THE MORRIGAN – Phaedra Weldon
Irish folklore student Tam Kirkpatrick finds himself the focus of dark Faery forces intent on stealing his shillelagh. The catch is—Tam never knew he had one, let alone that he was the son of a Leprechaun. Now he must find his shillelagh and claim his heritage, before it’s too late.

THE SWAY – Amy Patrick
A member of the Dark Court, Vancia has spent her life among humans—together but separate, hiding in plain sight. Now Pappa says it’s time to put her glamour to use against the unsuspecting humans and worse, agree to an arranged political marriage with the reclusive Light Elven prince.

HOW TO BABYSIT A CHANGELING– USA Today bestselling author Anthea Sharp
When a mortal boy is exchanged for a hideous faerie creature, Marny Fanalua steps up to help her friends in their battle against the Dark Court.
*NOTE * The events in this novella occur simultaneously with Feyland: The Twilight Kingdom. Reading the complete Feyland Trilogy first is recommended if you would like to avoid spoilers.

FAELEAHN – Jenna Elizabeth Johnson
Meghan and Cade are ready to pledge their souls to one another in a traditional bonding ceremony of Eile. While sharing their news with friends, the faelah bounty hunter and the princess of Erintara grow even closer as their love is reflected back to them by those they hold most dear.
*NOTE* The events in this novella take place after the conclusion of Luathara, the third book in the Otherworld Trilogy. If you wish to avoid spoilers, you might want to read the first three Otherworld books (Faelorehn, Dolmarehn and Luathara) before reading.

ARRANGED – Julia Crane
Magick’s been restored on earth but it comes at a crippling price. With the planet on the brink of destruction, an unlikely pair must work together to try to bridge together a lifetime of hatred. Will their forbidden romance bring their worlds together or tear them apart?

WITHOUT ARMOR – Alexia Purdy
The Unseelie are up to no good… My name is Benton, and I hunt the darkest of creatures in existence. Especially when they get unruly and try to invade my home, the human realm. Betrayal, broken hearts and uncharted magic…I never saw it coming.

Review by Sue Brooks
5 Stars

WOW — This collection contains six faery novellas by six amazing authors.

All six novellas are well written, smooth flowing, and very easy to read. I found it interesting how each author put their own spin the same type of fae creature described in more than one book — yet they were so different!!!

I loved them all, but I was asked to read the book by Julia Crane. Since they are all short novellas, this was easy to do in a small amount of time. I found Arrangement downright fascinating!!! (In the book, it is titled Arrange.) I loved Tulupea and Michael — two awesomely described and very sweet characters. I loved how the author got you slowly into the story and then when Tulupea arrived on earth, how she found out her true mission while there and the things that she had to do to stay safe. I don’t write spoilers – and that is hard to do when you have to write a review of such a short type book. Arranged (or Arrangement) was a fantastic story and I hope that Julia doesn’t disappoint and continues the story in another book.

I will warn you that the majority of these novellas are fast moving, easy reads and you will find it hard to put them down until you finish them!!!

I received a complimentary copy of Arrangement (Arranged) in exchange for my honest review. All opinions shared are 100% my own. However, to give a true honest review of the entire collection, I did purchase the book and read the rest of the selections included in the book.

Review by Ann-Marie Kiser
4 Stars

The six novella’s in this package are FANTASTIC!! I really loved each and every one of them. Personally my favorite of the collection is Arranged by Julia Crane. I really wanted more!!! These 6 novella’s are quick reads but they will keep you on the edge of your seat! There was a bit of romance in them in some way or another, but they are definitely YA novellas. Each of these are well written and well thought out.

The Sway by Amy Patrick:

I really enjoyed this one! Vancia is a high school senior who just wanted to paint. Her father does not think this is appropriate for his daughter and sends her to LA for modeling. Before she leaves, she finds out she is to marry someone her father has chosen but she has never met. In LA, Vancia sees a poster that includes a guy she hasn’t seen in years. She tries to figure out if it is really him or if it is someone who looks like him since she was told he died. Vancia decides to attend the wedding ceremony but has no intention of getting married. When she is there she also sees someone she hasn’t seen in years.

I was so into this book. I couldn’t wait to find out what Vancia was up to. I am really looking forward to reading more.

Arranged by Julia Crane:

Tulupea, a fairy princess, is called to Earth by her mother who has found a human mate for her. Although she is in love with another fairy, she follows her mother’s orders and arrives on Earth to find it almost a complete wasteland. The wars over magic have completely destroyed the planet. She is there to help her mother and others heal Mother Earth. Through DNA, her mother plans to create half fairy/half human offspring to help repopulate Earth. The human the queen has chosen to mate with her daughter is a part of a group who believes that anyone with magic should be killed. We follow Tulupea and Micheal as they decide if going through with creating offspring is worth it. Meanwhile they form a bond in which they can’t imagine being without the other.

This was my favorite of the six novella’s. I do love Julia Crane’s writing anyways, but I feel like in the short amount of writing in the book, she creates developed characters and plot to follow. I can’t wait for more.

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