A Faerie Fated Forever

A Faerie Fated Forever

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by Mary Anne Graham
     
 

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A faerie curse means a perfect love awaits Laird Nial Maclee. He must find her and avoid schemes of females lured by the legend. Failure condemns him to craving the love he can’t have or forget. He should wed Heather the Hag who can't possibly be his fated forever. Before his solution sends her to London, Nial should have recalled that faeries can make the

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A faerie curse means a perfect love awaits Laird Nial Maclee. He must find her and avoid schemes of females lured by the legend. Failure condemns him to craving the love he can’t have or forget. He should wed Heather the Hag who can't possibly be his fated forever. Before his solution sends her to London, Nial should have recalled that faeries can make the impossible the inevitable.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940000691144
Publisher:
Quacking Alone Romances
Publication date:
03/29/2009
Series:
Forever Series , #1
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
52,007
File size:
366 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

Mary Anne Graham practices law in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina where she lives with her husband, her youngest son and her eldest, when he's home from UCF - the University of Central Florida.She writes romance novels from a unique, "over the top" point of view. Her stories feature heroes who fall so much in love that they go a little batty, acting the way women often wish their lovers would behave. She adores writing historicals, but some of her latest books are contemporaries that focus on what happens when love and the law intersect. She believes in second chances and happy endings.You can reach Mary Anne through the link on her blog - "Quacking Alone." She loves to hear from readers.

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A Faerie Fated Forever 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 300 reviews.
Rune2011 More than 1 year ago
This book had all the necessary ingredients to be an awesome story: Highland Lairds, misjudged maidens, fae curses, historical time period. Unfortunately, the story took terribly long to develop because the action kept stopping to inform us that Laird Maclee had, once again, been turned on by the slightest brush of the hand from the aforementioned misjudged maiden. I found myself skipping entire pages of their intimate moments and saying to myself, "Enough already". In addition, it is a pretty pathetic Clan Laird who will leave pressing business of his Clan to, once again, make love to his woman. Also found that everyone's placid acceptance of finding them barely dressed and groping each other extremely unrealistic. I felt uncomfortable for them, having to endure the man's lack of physical control. I found the end drama to be too contrived and way too drawn out. It turned the rapidly degenerating laird into someone obsessive, possessive, grasping, overly hormonal, and desperate.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Oh my God, this book drove me insane. I was halfway done with it and I just couldnt stand it anymore. Even when i was on the first chapters, I kept telling myself that thir touching would cease, but it didnt! I was almost done with it but I just stoppped reading ( yes they were that bad ) I advise you to not read this. This is definitely only for adults!!!!!
Leah Mueller More than 1 year ago
A bit to much sex and pity party for my taste. Decent story line though. Not a bad draft.
OkapiMA More than 1 year ago
I was surprised to see 600+ pages. I'd give it 2.5 stars. The story started out OK. Laird Nial Maclee has a family curse where he will only be happy with his fated love. His family had been cursed generations ago when his great-great.etc grandfather married a Fae princess then eventually married another after she was forced to return home (leaving behind their infant son). Maclee is a good Laird but likes women too. He doesn't want to be forced to wed as his father married one who wasn't his fated love & was miserable. His friends tease him about the curse & his many admirers as the curse includes all the Maclee Lairds will be more handsome then the one before. Which equals many stalker vying to be his wife and one admirer they all tease him about the Lady Heather Mac(Hag Heather). The story began well. I'd say 3 stars but it never seemed to end. There were several places I felt it could end well & it just didn't. The London scenes were dragged out. I felt the actions of Heather & Nial seemed out of place for the time period. And the lack of reaction from other characters seemed odd to. As the story progress, Nial's feelings seemed more obsessive then caring. seemed off too. Other than the curse, wasn't sure why fae was added to the story line.
TMBreck More than 1 year ago
While this book had a good premise (and I couldn't resist a free book), it went beyond my ability to suspend disbelief with the way the characters were acting given the time period. What would be a bit risqué possibly even by today's standards would have gotten them, at the very least, publicly shunned when this took place. Also, the story seemed to drag on.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This started out as a great book but at 600pages come on!. I quit at page 500. A lot could have been cut out of the story OR divide it in to 2 books. Story was good till it kept going on and on about his "tarse"(male organ).
sopapilla More than 1 year ago
Not much plot; a lot of gratuitous sex; and, as in the headline, predictable.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The characters are so inconsistent, and the plot was so contrived. The possessiveness the main guy showed was kinda creepy. That's stalker behavior, not love. I did get a few good laughs trying to imagine the actual physics of some of the scenes though. Knowing that what was written would be absolutely impossible. And that's not even including the whole "magic fairy" part of the story, which I was fine with. Suspension of disbelief and all that. It was actually one of the most believable aspects of the story/characters, which is a very bad sign. Also, I giggled a lot at the inconsistencies and inaccuracies.
AVID-JT More than 1 year ago
A Faerie Fated Forever was a fun story and has good potential but I would like to have seen more plot and less fevered hormones. I actually became tired of the poor Laird's response to every thought, look, and touch. It's my sincere hope he won't need to go into battle because after continuously lifting one sword, he'll be too spent to lift the other to defend himself.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have absolutely no idea how this book got any decent ratings. I'm not trying to be mean to the author or anything, but quite simply, this book is just not good. The time period is unclear, the premise is tenuous at best, and the male lead tries to have sex with everything. Perhaps the author's own words can highlight my point. In the very first chapter, she refers to the main character's penis as his "one-eyed wonder worm". And it gets worse from there.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
No real plot and very weird wordings throughout the whole story
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A mature version of ugly duckling mixed with cinderella and beauty and the beast! It has romance,humor,erotica drama and touch of fantasy! I was truly entertained!!!
SunflowerSB More than 1 year ago
It would have been avery nice romantic story if it wasn't for Nial's overly emphasized obsession with Heather. I found myself saying, "I got the picture, enough already!"
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love reading and i will read almost any book but i couldnt force myself to get through this one. It MIGHT have ended up being a good book because the storyline had potential. However the authors main focus of the story was how hormonal the main character was. I almost felt sorry for him that he couldnt control himself. This was aweful and i wish i could erase what i read from my mind.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The book drags on forever. I'm a fan of a good long story but this "book" was horrendous. It's written poorly, with lots of sex and groping and public dry humping. It jumped from trying to sound like a period novel into modern slang and back again, which is fine for an amateur IF they 1) have a good story and 2) stick to the storyline! Many times it sounds like the imaginings of a horny teenaged boy, and at other times an emotional wreck of a preteen girl. Basically this book melted my brains in a bad way. Yuck.
NavyWave62 More than 1 year ago
I agree with other reviewer's, this could have been about 500 pages shorter and been a good book. I love Highland Romance, but this was awful. The storyline was good, but the sex was way over the top. I regret I bought the bundle, and can only hope the next two books are better. Don't waste your time on this book. (ljb)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
So nasty man i thought it was good til all this nasty stuff came
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I don't even like erotica, and I liked this. True to others' word, it seemed to end several times, much like a certain hobbit-filled film we all know of. I kept thinking "What could possibly happen now that the happy ending is reached?" Buuuut, I still liked how it turned out. I thought the whole bedecking their pubes with flowers thing was a bit odd, but overall I thoroughly enjoyed the book-however I will not be recommending this to family and friends, only because I feel it's less than fitting to provide grandpa with penis-filled faerie reading material.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I could not finish this book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book had so much potential but was ruined by the author's lack of research about the time period. The title is also quite misleading, seeing as the faeries don't have much of a role in the dialogue.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It was good then the whole story started to focus on sex it has no real plot for about 300 to 350 pages
stormihunt More than 1 year ago
No magic, good story line. Just dragged long.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Taking into account that this is a romance novel and that it's free it's probably 2.5 rather than a 2. To me a three is average and this book is slightly below average. Since most free books don't have editors, I expect some typos, but there's more wrong here. There a grammatical errors, poor sentence structure, excessive point-of-view jumping, and unexplained jumps in time. In addition there are a few times that the author says a particular character knows something and then later in the story she says they don't. There too many redundant paragraphs to count. There are a few emotional climaxes that don't have the big pay off they should because there has been very little time invested in the POV earlier in the story. Characters drop in and out of the story with little to no explanations and finally there are at several occasions where the author gets the characters out of a spot with a dues ex machine (see Writing 101). Some of the steamy scenes happen in public ... with people watching and no one is stopped or arrested! One even happens in Almack's. I'm sorry, but that wouldn't even happen in the 21st century, let alone the 19th. The end result is that the reader is often lost as to what idea the author meant to convey. All that being said, the story had potential. There was one time I laughed out loud. There were a few times that if the rhythm of the conversation/action hadn't been off I would have found that particular incident funny or compelling. The subsequent books aren't free. I won't be continuing this series. I would hate to pay $5.99 and struggle through a book this much.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved the main plot of a Scottish clan's laird being cursed by fairies and the things he must do to to find and keep his true love. And I love the idea that he finds her but because she doesnt look the way he wants her to, he loses her. I love period pieces that are writtenin Scotland and England. BUT this book just went to far with the sex scenes. Plus I just can't get over the whole ball sex scene were they are gropping each other in front of the ton and the dress she wears. It just isn't fesable and can't compare to other historical romances I have read. I was very interested in the Duke with the sixth sense and might consider reading a book about him...as long as it isn't sex after sex after sex. If this book was edited down some the I would give it a higher rating!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
WAY TOO DISCRIPTIVE!!!!!!!!!!!!