Karen Fox's faery romances, Buttercup Baby and Cupid's Melody, have been praised as "sweet and charming, with plenty of Fae magic to burn up the pages" (The Romance Journal). Now the award-nominated author returns to the moonlit realm of Titania's court--and conjures her most magical novel yet...
Brandon Goodfellow may be the greatest illusionist in the world, but he's no magician. Just ask Rose Thayer, the beautiful faery who possesses the one thing he covets most of all: true magical power. Years ago, she captivated his senses and captured his heart, then disappeared without a trace. Now, to Brandon's amazement, she's back--not to rekindle the sparks she ignited, but to expose the truth behind his grandest illusions! Still, this not-quite-master magician has a few tricks of his own up his sleeve. But it'll take more than magic to convince Rose to do the one impractical thing she swore she'd never do: fall in love--with a mortal.
Very good book , but even better if read as part of the series!
Romantic novel set outside of Queen Titania's court, but her influence still present. Young teens from Buttercup Baby (Rose and Bandon) return and play out their future and leave more strings dangling for another story of two more lovers' romance to continue. A quick but enjoyable read for a lazy day.
I've had this book for a while, but never read.