Sunday, September 30, 2012

Fairyproof Review

When Monique finds out her brother, Kieran, is planning her future with the one fairy she wants nothing to do with, she seeks refuge in the human world. Now Kieran fears she will be the next victim in a string of murdered fairies and is determined to bring her home. Hiding should be a breeze. She can control any human with a flirtatious smile and an attraction spell. Until she meets Daniel Elliot, the only human who's immune to both. A year ago, Daniel's fiancée disappeared with the engagement ring, an Elliot family heirloom. He's ready to move forward with his life, but his mother's obsession with retrieving the ring makes that impossible. Then Monique walks into his office to apply for a job. Daniel and Monique can't deny their attraction, but will the reason he's Fairyproof be too much to overcome?

 Our Thoughts:

 Constance Phillips offers an interesting and fresh concept. After the shocking death of her parents and an overbearing binding proposal, Monique Saysin finds herself fleeing the Fairy World, everyone and everything she’s ever known. Constantly on the run trying to remain hidden from her brother Kieran and the power hungry would be suitor Euro Teneyck, she finds herself broke and alone within the Human world. Struggling to find a way to make ends meet, she is drawn to her mysterious and alluring new boss, Daniel Elliot, and the fact that he is seemingly immune to her fairy spells and powers. As the story unravels and the unknown pieces slowly start to fall into place you realize that things aren’t always quite what they seem between the World of Fairies and Humans. Fairyproof is an interesting read but I struggled to feel anything for the characters or the story. 3 Stars ~Ashley

 When got me with this book is the fact that Monique a fairy is running from her family, something I wish I could do sometimes. Although her reasoning is to get away from Eero who wants to bond with her and it's something that she doesn't want because he's an evil fairy. Me I just want to run away for me time. While on the move she realizes that she needs a job to make money because she used all of her stones. I want to say that it seems like it works the same as money in the fairy world. She ends up answering a receptionist ad for a man named Daniel who owns a financial company. who is also a human. Totally against fairy rules. She is instantly attracted and unbeknownst to her, so is he. But he had just got out of a relationship because his ex just left him before, taking his ring with him. I don't want to give away too much in this review. There is a lot going on in this book. Brother trying to track down Monique, Eero the evil Fairy trying to locate her and bond with her, dealing with the death of her parents. And unlocking some secrets that could either help the Council continue to strive or cause Eero to cause the Council to crumble and have him as ruler of the Fairy world. I would definitely recommend this book. It IS different from most other paranormal books. Which is why I enjoyed it. Well I must go before I burn my dinner, but hey, maybe then I could be alone because everyone else will go get themselves something to eat, instead of bothering me every minute while I was trying to write this. Happy Reading!!!! 4.5 Stars ~Jaime

 Author Bio: Constance Phillips lives in Ohio with her husband, two ready-to-leave-the-nest children, and four canine kids. Her perfect fantasy vacation would involve hunting Dracula across Europe with her daughter, who also digs that kind of stuff. When she's not writing about fairies, shifters, vamps, and guardian angels, she's working side-by-side with her husband in their hardwood flooring business. Constance is actively involved in her local Romance Writers of America chapter (MVRWA) and the Southeast Michigan chapter of the United States Pony Club. When not writing or enjoying the outdoors, she loves reality television or can be found at a Rick Springfield concert (just look for the pink Converse high tops). Constance blogs regularly at You can also follow her on Twitter or friend her on Facebook. 

1 comment:

  1. Thank you, Jessica, for taking the time to read and review Fairyproof, and for sharing it with your readers. I appreciate it!