Monday, June 3, 2013

The Magic of "I Do" by Tammy Falkner

The Magic of "I Do"
Tammy Falkner

Desperately Seeking Excitement...
With the temporary prohibition on magic on the land of the Fae, Claire Thorne might as well go back to the Regency world. The haut ton has just as many annoying rules as her world, but at least they have parties and dances. Plus, the roguish Lord Phineas "Finn" Trimble is there...
When the feisty faerie tumbles into his room through a magical portal, Finn can't believe how completely unpredictable she is. Even before the two stumble into a dangerous intrigue that threatens both their worlds, Finn discovers that his hitherto carefree life is about to go up in smoke.

My Opinion
I have to say this is one of the most quirky books I have read so far this year!
The start of this book had me wondering where exactly the author was going with the story. However, after the first few chapters I was in AWE!
Claire is one unique character. I don't think I've come across a fae quite like her. She's stubborn to a point then transforms into this MAJOR little handful.
She can do some really interesting things with her paint brush...a present from her parents. Parents that have just come about. Heaven forbid they were allowed to raise a fae child.
Lord how your rakish actions come to haunt you...LOL
Truly a devilish man with a heart that outshines all his flaws. I really enjoyed his misery and then relished in his joys.
At first you think the story is just one , but in truth there's a devious plot underlining the whole out take. It amazes me how much trouble men can be...
Overall such a wonderful read...screams take me to the beach or the pool and get your romance on!

Tammy Falkner lives on a farm in a lovely, sprawling little town in rural NC with her beekeeper husband and a house full of boys, a few dogs, and a cat or two (or five – who has time to count?). As half of the Lydia Dare team, she has co-written ten books, including the Westfield Wolves series and the Gentlemen Vampyre series. A huge fan of Regency England, she often wonders what other kinds of magical, mythical and strange creatures might live and interact within the ton. Exploring the theory that the fae can walk between Regency England and their own land, Tammy spends as much time as possible with the lords and ladies of society, horse-drawn carriages, and elegant balls. Now add to that some faeries, a little murder, a bit of mayhem, and a troublesome garden gnome, and you have her exciting new series. She hopes you enjoys her world as much as she does.
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