A Fairy Precious Love

Short Story in The Gift of Love Anthology

By Gia Dawn

Berkley Sensation - June 2010

Paranormal Romance

Eight authors coming together and providing short stories for an anthology. Eight short stories overflowing with romance. The Gift of Love is an anthology of eight romances written to support a charity.

In a world of fairies with gorgeous wings that lifted them high, Summer remained on the ground. A victim of the disease that could have killed, Summer's wings had been amputated. Now she walked alone on the forest floor, teaching other victims of the disease.

When the king's niece became a victim, Summer came face to face with the man who still haunted her. Wolf and Summer had been in love, but her disfiguration meant she could no longer fly, no longer live among those of the sky, no longer plan a future with Wolf. Wolf needed to follow his destiny to be king. He had chosen correctly. Now, she needed to remind both of them that had been the right decision to make, no matter what their hearts said.

A Fairy Precious Love was a loving reunion romance between two people who should never have parted. The fairy world is fickle, wings garner respect, but are easily lost. I adored Wolf's and Summer's enduring love for one another, and Wolf's overwhelming tenderness and care for his niece. I would love to revisit this world and see how Wolf's changes to the physical aspect of their world, which was to help those without wings, had perhaps changed the social aspect as well.

Included in The Gift of Love are: For the Love of Wendy by Lori Foster, Ava's Haven by Jules Bennett, Skin Deep by Heidi Betts, Atticus Gets a Mommy by Ann Christopher, The Redemption of Brodie Grant by Lisa Cooke, The Wolf Watcher's Diet by Paige Cuccaro, A Fairy Precious Love by Gia Dawn, and Second Time Around by HelenKay Dimon.

Kathy Andrico - KathysReviewCorner.com


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