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Too Many Fairy Princes
     

Too Many Fairy Princes

by Alex Beecroft
 

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Happily ever after doesn’t always come quietly. Sometimes it puts up a fight.

Kjartan’s family is royally dysfunctional. He’d prefer to ignore the lot of them, but can’t since his father has set him and his brothers on a quest to win a throne Kjartan doesn’t even want. Worse, his younger brother resorts to murder

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Happily ever after doesn’t always come quietly. Sometimes it puts up a fight.

Kjartan’s family is royally dysfunctional. He’d prefer to ignore the lot of them, but can’t since his father has set him and his brothers on a quest to win a throne Kjartan doesn’t even want. Worse, his younger brother resorts to murder and forces Kjartan to teleport—without looking where he’s going.

Art gallery worker Joel Wilson’s day has gone from hopeless, to hopeful, then straight to hell. One minute he’s sure his boss has found a way to save the floundering business, the next he’s scrambling to sell everything to pay off a loan shark. If anyone needs a fairy godmother right now, it’s Joel. What he gets is a fugitive elven prince in a trash bin.

They’ll both have to make the best of it, because fairy tales run roughshod over reluctant heroes. Particularly when there aren’t enough happy endings to go around.

Warning: This sweet romance contains a starving artist trying to scrape together a living, extreme sibling rivalry, royalty behaving outrageously, and elves being unreasonably beautiful, grotesque or deadly.

Editorial Reviews

Publishers Weekly
09/16/2013
An overbearing fairy prince tumbles to Earth and into a shy artist’s life in this effervescently charming fantasy romance from Beecroft (Bomber’s Moon). A misfit in his world, Prince Kjartan escapes his murderous brother and ends up in London, where Joel Wilson, an artist struggling to keep his gallery open after a series of mishaps, has blundered into a particularly miserable string of bad luck. In spite of the differences between their worlds, each might just have the solution to the other’s problems. Joel is almost too sweet to believe, and Kjartan’s haughtiness makes him difficult to root for at first, but as their affection for one another blossoms, they balance one another out perfectly. Beecroft’s strengths lie more in the contemporary setting than in the fantasy—her fairy world feels a bit like a rehash of others—but the action in both worlds is entertaining nonetheless, and this light treat is sure to warm readers’ hearts. (Nov.)

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781619217423
Publisher:
Samhain Publishing, Ltd.
Publication date:
11/05/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
237
Sales rank:
847,867
File size:
834 KB

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