Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Emma Holly reads and re-reads a wide variety of authors, including Nick Hornby, Sharon Shinn, and Christine Feehan. Emma Holly’s *Fairyville *, reviewed & recommended women’s fiction. Sexy, contemporary fun from the USA Today bestselling author of All U Can Eat. Meet Zoe Clare, a medium who has no trouble communicating with the dead.
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Communicating for the dead to the living in Fairyville, Arizona might seem a bit eccentric but she’s certainly not the only oddball in town. She felt starved for him, for this. Returns as a detective and he needs her help with his case.
Mar 28, Elizabeth added it. This is definitely one of the loves – if you could imagine Jennifer Crusie writing an erotic, this is it. But even if Zoe isn’t ready to forget, she’s willing to forgive. I had a constant low simmer instead of burning heat for this story.
Oh, and Emma Holly fans of course! Jan 22, Anita rated it really liked it Shelves: The sight of his shoes momentarily blanked her mind. Emma Holly brings out the extremes in me – I tend to either fairyvillw it or hate it. Further, the erotica elements are well-explained, well-written, and never seem gratuitous or for mere titillation. I wish there would have been a warning for that, or I faigyville have wasted my time to read the first chapter and a half.
Her parents, normals down to their toes, had tolerated her claims of being visited by dead relatives.
Hurt and anger had her eyes sliding to his groin. She was debating buying a chocolate muffin as consolation when a flicker of gray in her peripheral vision reminded her of the time.
A definite beneficiary of that power, Fairyville lay north of its more famous sister, Sedona, but shared the same awe-inspiring landscape of buttes and spires—and the same reputation for mystical oddities.
The gallery fairyvilke which she did her readings was only a few doors down, a restored brick two-story building from The decor was Western Victorian, with little round antique tables and sepia photos of long-dead people hanging on the walls.
As soon as Zoe meets Alex again, some of their feelings come back, which leads to jealousy on Magnus’s part and insecurity for Bryan.
AI never used to like guys that tall. The memory of how his faded Levis cupped his basket made her whole body flush.
Mar 19, Lokki rated it it was ok Shelves: The ghost was one she knew: For all their physical allure and sexual stamina, they are still just people who are aware how much their love can hurt themselves and the other. Alex is a private investigator who has been hired to look into whether a young boy, Oscar, isn’t actually Fqiryville.
Excerpt: Fairyville – Emma Holly
Magnus had kissed her. I really couldn’t bring myself to appreciate this book because I simply disliked Magnus too much.
And maybe explore some new ones. The back story was pretty good, and the sex scenes were very entertaining. So when her high school flame returns to town, Zoe is more than a little vulnerable to his charms.
Fairyville Series by Emma Holly
They are friends to begin with, but then we learn that he also has emmx for her. Zoe Clare communes with dead people and fairies. Teresa flipped her long black locks behind her shoulders, her expression indicating pleasure at the compliment.
Bryan, Alex, and Zoe were enough more than enough, loland the plot was engaging. Zoe folded her arms across her breasts, uncomfortably aware of how sensitized they were. Truth is he wants her but can’t have her because he is Fey and can’t tell dairyville the truth of his situation in her world.
Website of the author: Luckily the inhabitants of Fairyville, Arizona are used to the out of the ordinary and so they don’t find hllly talent particularly strange. Cold cereal aside, if a person had to go to work, Fairyville, Arizona was the place to do it, especially on a cool, bright morning in July. Serious fairies, apparently, had little hope of rising through the ranks. I always seem to try to guess what happens next in a book because hollj can be predictable But I felt in the end it was more about the sex instead of the story.
Zoe and Alex had to go and make love and then Bryan joined them. She had to use all her self-control to stiffen instead of melt.