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When a pixie wishes for a family and home, he just might get it... and then some.
Posted October 17, 2011
Local businesses are asked to provide dates for Northfield Hospital's Christmas charity auction and Cy is not happy about being on display. He is the only male available from Moonlight & Magic so he's the lucky candidate.
Teresa and her co-worker Joanie are enjoying the bachelor auction when she locks eyes with Cy, everything else disappears. She is stunned when she realizes that she won the date with him, thanks to her friend Joanie. She has given up on men after she found out her ex husband cheated on her.
Cy is a pixie and all he wants is a family of his own. His family clan has been removed from his wrist, erased from pixie memory forever leaving him clan less. He can't get the woman from the auction out of his mind and dreams. If only the winner from the auction was that woman but he can't be that lucky, can he?
Teresa is the mother of two, who doesn't have a very positive self image of herself. She can't believe someone like Cy would be interested in being with her. He is bad boy personified and she is drawn to him even though she has given up on men. On their date, he shows her what's she's been missing and makes her body sing.
I like Cy's character, he is a super sexy, bad boy but underneath he's an old softy. His only luxury is his car but I think he would even give that up for a chance at a family. He has the chance at a new family if things go well between him and Teresa.
My biggest problem with the book was that it ended. This was a short story set in the world of the Moonlight & Magic series and I would have loved to see more of Cy and Teresa. I want to know if things work out for them, how do Cy and her kids get along and will Cy get the family he wants so badly. I honestly only have one minor complaint about the story, there were several places that the editing needed some help.
Overall I really enjoyed this story so much I went to Amazon to find the first three books in this series. I give Pixie's Passion 4 Flaming Hearts.
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This is a hot little short story about a single mom who ends up on a blind date with a very hot pixie. This is a wonderfull story about how diference and appearance can be deciptive, about how love finds a way even in the most unsual of cases.
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Posted August 15, 2011
It was very good! Only complaints are that i wish it was longer and i would like to know if they started a relationship. But other than that i didnt put it down til i was finished!
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I liked this story i just wish we got a taste of how the badboy pixie settles into life with a readymade domesticated family. He obviously craves the family life it would have been nice to see the sweet side of his character after all the hotnessWas this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted June 5, 2013
I loved this short story. If only the author would make it a full story and tell the stories behind the oter characters it would be a thousand times better. Keep writting and you will have one loyal reader in me mam.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
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