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Motor City Fae by Cindy Spencer Pape
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Nov 03, 2011

really liked it
Read in November, 2011

Artist Meagan Kelly has made a success of bringing the fairytale scenes from her dreams to life on canvass. Unfortunately, her adoptive parents never lived to see it. She's considering searching for her birth family when Ric Thornhill finds her. There's more to Ric than a successful music career. He's a fae, and not just any fae, he's been sent by the queen of the fairies to find the daughter of the House of Rose. His scrying techniques lead him to Meagan.
And since the bad guys followed him, they now know where Meagan is. You see, Meagan holds a key vote on the upcoming Seelie council vote. The one that had been held by her murdered father. The one that can decide if the Fae wage war against the humans.
Ric's life depends on him keeping Meagan safe and alive for the upcoming vote. What he doesn't count on is the attraction he feels for her.
Meagan accepts her Fae heritage with remarkable aplomb. Sure, she has a bit of a thing for Ric's pointy ears and she's desperate for a family connection, but nothing seems to faze her. Nothing. Not even learning that she's apparently surrounded herself with otherworldly creatures or that Detroit is pretty much packed with them. That minor grievance aside, Motor City Fae is a fun and lighthearted romp between dimensions. Ms Pape doesn't disappoint is bringing to life the glitter and sparkle of the Fae world, so much that sometimes I felt I'd stepped into a Thomas Kincaid painting. If you're looking to escape into a magical world, I'd recommend picking up a copy of Motor City Fae.
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