Faerytales. They're real . . . they just haven't happened yet.
Halley Starr finds out the truth when she loses her heart with a
curse. Now she has to get it back from that dirty faery who stole it from her,
but first, she must fight against the seven rules of the faery kingdom that
mortals must never break
No trespassing sacred faery territory
Don’t ever say thank you
Using a faery’s given name is a no-no
Resist all faery music
Never break a promise to a faery
Reject all faery food
And never, never fall in love with a faery
But if Halley wants her heart back again, she can’t worry about the rules.
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|Age Range:||13 Years|
About the Author
Stephanie Fowers loves bringing stories to life, and depending on her latest madcap ideas will do it through written word, song, and/ or film. She absolutely adores Bollywood and bonnet movies; i.e., BBC (which she supposes includes non-bonnet movies Sherlock and Dr. Who). Presently, she lives in Salt Lake where she's living the life of the starving artist. This summer, she will workshop her musical, "The Raven" with the talented composer, Hilary Hornberger. She also expects to film some shorts with Triad Film Productions. Stephanie plans to bring more of her novels out to greet the light of day. Be sure to watch for her upcoming books, including YA fantasy, science fiction, mysteries, a compilation of short twisted fairy tales, and more—much more—romantic comedies. May the adventures begin.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This is a book for young adults. It is suitable for ages 11 and up, but because of its length, 283 pages, convoluted and sometimes confusing plot, i think 14 and up would be a better match. It is well edited and has some rather mild violence. It has spells, magic, faeries, witches, goblins, ogres and other creatures that go bump in the night. This book is loosely based on "A MIDSUMMER'S NIGHT DREAM" combined in a strange way with "GRIMM'S FAIRY TALES"( all of them) with a dash of the "THE LION,THE WITCH AND THE WARDROBE," It even had aspects oF "ALICE IN WONDERLAND" thrown in for good measure. At times, I was not quite sure what was going. Such as Goldilocks and the three wolves and Goldilocks was a male. A somewhat random comment. This seemed to have no bearing on the story either. Strange. I am not sure how to classify this tale, perhaps paranormal, but this does not seem quite accurate. This was well written and very different from any other book I have ever read. I do not care for paranormal books and did not really enjoy this YA book. I am rating it four stars because of editing, originality, length and because I want others try it. It is a clean read. AD
A very good book. Can't wait till the second one
Story full of adventure for young adults and older adults.
With A Kiss was a fantastic read. While it seems the descriptions needs some esiting to properly explain what the story is about, it is very good. I loved reading this book. If you love fairytales as well as faeries, you willlove this book! There is action, romance, suspense, mystery, etc. It is a perfect read if you desire something sweet!
Wats the next book called again?
Not worth it