“Your father is alive.”
Kayla never lost hope that her father survived that fateful night. But she knows she won’t find him in Chicago—or anywhere else in her world. After years of searching for the faeries he told her about, she encounters the Seelie Princess Fay, who saves her life and sweeps her off to Tír na nÓg. Kayla finally has a chance to bring her father back...more
I liked Kayla's 'go-get-it' attitude. Most stories of this genre have a drippy, wet, and passive protagonist. I sympathised with her plight and her willingness to do anything to find her father.
Looking forward to the next novel. ...more
I found her search for her father heartrending. It is not only about reconnecting severed family bonds but also about ...more
(Also: whoever thinks that female authorship, empowered female characters and voluptuous redheaded catgirls cannot ex ...more
Really enjoyed this book. There aren't many lesfic stories about the Fair Folk, and I thought this was really well done. It had great world building, likeable characters, and a unique story. Editing seemed thorough and I don't remember noticing any grammatical errors. I really enjoyed this book and can't wait for the next one. If you like supernatural lesfic, get it!!! ...more