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Sprite Night by Deborah Jay
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Oct 12, 2015

it was amazing
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Fun, quick read.
This is a simple, short story that grabs your attention from the first paragraph. Cassie is a sprite and although I haven’t read the first book in this series, Desprite Measures, I didn’t have any problem following along with the story, plot and character traits of those involved. Cassie has taken a human form in an attempt to find her lost boyfriend. She finds herself involved in a heated protest over fracking – something she has a vested interest in as the process will destroy the water supply of the locals. As a Sprite, water is an integral part of Cassie’s existence. In this short but action packed story, Cassie experiences an encounter with a handsome druid, an evil Magician and a lot of drama. Her attempt at saving the day turns into a comical debacle as she tries to distinguish between good and evil.

This story flowed smoothly and gave the reader an enjoyable glimpse into the world of Cassie Lake. The author intertwined real life elements into her magical world of druids, magicians and sprites. It was a clever twist to include internet links to various real life sites to bring a touch of realism to this fantasy. I would recommend this story to anyone looking for an easy, quick story that will make you smile.

Melanie P. Smith

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