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Not Your Ordinary Faerie Tale
by Christine Warren

Overview - After her two best friends respectively marry a vampire and a werewolf, Corrine D'Allessandro vows no inter-species dating. But when her editor asks her to investigate leprechaun sightings, the sassy New York reporter finds herself on the trail of the hottest story of the year--and the sexiest man alive.  Read more...

 
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Overview
After her two best friends respectively marry a vampire and a werewolf, Corrine D'Allessandro vows no inter-species dating. But when her editor asks her to investigate leprechaun sightings, the sassy New York reporter finds herself on the trail of the hottest story of the year--and the sexiest man alive. Original.

 
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  • ISBN-13: 9780312357221
  • ISBN-10: 0312357222
  • Publisher: St. Martin's Press
  • Publish Date: November 2011
  • Page Count: 308

Series: Others Novels (Paperback)

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Books > Fiction > Fantasy - Contemporary
Books > Fiction > Fantasy - Paranormal
Books > Fiction > Romance - Paranormal

 
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  • Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
  • Review Date: 2011-09-19
  • Reviewer: Staff

With wit that never quite hits its mark and insufficient fantasy glitter, Warren’s 12th novel of the Others (after May 2011’s Black Magic Woman) is in fact a very ordinary Fae-meets-girl story. Reporter Corinne D’Allesandro and Luc Macinaw, head of Queen Mab’s Guard, collaborate on a haphazard search around Manhattan for the queen’s nephew. Luc is shocked that Fate has chosen him a human heartmate, but Corinne’s happy to have the sexy attention and willing to suffer the teasing of her already Other-mated friends, even if Luc never stops being vaguely insufferable. Luc’s only supernatural characteristics are pointy ears and a tendency to glow after the clumsily described sex (“like soul A and soul B matched on some sort of elemental plane”), and the plot is painfully obvious and unengaging. Only longtime fans will be interested in this installment. (Nov.)

 
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