Review: Fairy in the Flesh by Katalina Leon

November 23, 2013 Review 0

Review: Fairy in the Flesh by Katalina Leon

Maya Rousseau's fantasy vacation in Avignon, France, heats up when an eccentric enchantress tricks her into drinking mojo-laced absinthe. An unexpected encounter with the green fairy causes Maya's reality to have a serious meltdown. She travels back in time and wakes up naked in the bed of her favorite bad-boy Bohemian artist, the tall, dark and mysterious Andre Bosco. There's nothing wrong with that-except it's 1903. For Andre, it's love at first sight. He begs Maya to become his cherished model, muse and lover. The chemistry and shared passion between them are overwhelming. Andre's a generous-hearted dream man, but there's a catch. Every hour they spend together bonds them tighter and time is running out. The same powers that flung Maya back to 1903 are preparing to snatch her back. With a hundred and ten years separating these soul-bound lovers, it's uncertain whether they can find a happy ending without the help of a little magic and La Fee Verte. Inside Scoop: Story contains super-hot sex with an unattainable man, enchanted hallucinatory beverages, mischievous time-twisters, green fairies and a touch of voyeurism.

Title: Fairy in the Flesh
Author: Katalina Leon
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Lord Griffin's Prize
Published by Ellora's Cave
Published: August 23, 2013
Genres: Fantasy Romance
Pages: 121
See the title at Goodreads
Purchase your copy: Visit the Author's Website

Stars: four-stars
Flames: three-flames

Sexy, steamy, and surprisingly sweet, Fairy in the Flesh takes the mix of time travel and fandom to an interesting, mystical level. Light and with a reader-friendly tone, its fast pace and twisting plot captures the readers’ attention to the very end.  Katalina Leon brings to life sassy characters with era-appropriate language and adorable peculiarities. Fantasy readers will love the unique storyline and art lovers will question themselves if there really is an artist named Andre Bosco (I even googled his name. I thought he was a real historically-based artist), such is the talent of Ms. Leon.

Elloras Cave

Comments are closed.