Review: Ever Mine by Eden Ashe

May 29, 2014 Review 1

Review:  Ever Mine by Eden Ashe

Can a kidnapped fairy and a human find love despite all odds?

Nathan Alexander’s batty aunt has done it again. This time she’s sent him a rare plant he doesn’t want. Imagine his surprise when he finds a kidnapped fairy hidden within its leaves. As a man who heads a non-profit organization for abused women and children, Nathan makes it his mission to help her find her way home.

All her life Katenia was warned about the evilness of humans. Never was that proved more true than when she was kidnapped from her quiet valley home. Thrust into the human world, Katenia must fight her very instincts to trust Nathan if she ever hopes to return to her rightful place…and to her normal thumb-sized fairy form.

But with their lives in danger, finding home…and love…will be a journey worthy of a fairy tale.

Title: Ever Mine
Author: Eden Ashe
Published by Lyrical Press
Source: Publisher
Published: 2 June, 2014
Genres: Erotic Fantasy Romance
Pages: 105
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Stars: four-stars
Flames: three-flames

I needed a break from reality, and Ever Mine, with its unique twist on a fairy story was the perfect solution.

Nathan runs a non-profit organization for abused women and children, and he was surprisingly alpha, determined that he will protect those who need it, even though he has zero interest in a relationship with a woman after his last woman.  He could be brusque and a bit of an emo-boy, but his genuine character shines through in his interactions with the women and children.  And none are more apt to send him reeling than his Aunt, a bit in her dotage, who gives him a rare yet unwanted potted plant for a present.

Imagine Nathan’s surprise when the plant happens to hold a fairy, and that fairy is convinced that all of the horror stories she was told about humans are true.  Katenia is the thumb-sized fairy that now finds herself in a new and scary world. She is gentle and caring, but determined and even a bit stubborn, and her reactions to the human beings and their actions around her are positively adorable.  Nathan displays his heart in the patience that he shows as he explains the new sights, and the misunderstandings that all are situational are cleverly written and defined.

Yet, despite it all, these two find that there is a connection and a love between them, not just the steam that lights up scenes like a firefly in the dark.  With a completely unexpected twist, this fast paced and utterly delightful story will be sure to surprise.


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