This book is NOT for the serious-minded but is very funny and refreshingly different for those who want to escape reality if only for a few pages at a time.
I really had mixed feelings about reading this but it caught my interest and I was NOT disappointed--I really, really enjoyed this.
Towards the end, it did start to drag a little, but I forced myself to hang in there and I was again--not disappointed.
I ended up hating to see it end. A Great Book.
Cute, quick read. Jane runs over a bunny, who happens to be a shape-shifting elf, and is put on trial for murder.
Took me a bit to get into this book, but I was glad I stuck with it. Very cute & funny. Great characters. I will read more of her books.
An amusing cross between a romance and an other-world fantasy. Jane is magically transported into another world, where she falls in love with an elf, and discovers her past and her destiny. An easy read, with a scattering of laughs and sexy scenes - fun for the romance fans as well as the fantasy fans.
While this book is lighthearted by theme, it is not a piece of fluff easily read in two hours. Included between the covers are: a (seemingly epic) journey, opposing politics between ruling factions, betrayal, murder, magic, attacks launched by sand beings, personal growth, fertility issues, discovery of one's true parentage and destiny. As well as a population of elves, fairies and other creatures.
There are a few incongruities to be overlooked. The one that most stuck in my craw was that, in a place riddled with magic, why are the good citizens suspicious and fearful of an outsider with magical powers? Overall, I did enjoy this book. The writing kept me turning pages, the setting was imaginative and the cast of characters kept me interested.