Lusty fairy Fionn has a problem. A curse from Queen Danu leaves Fionn at the mercy of any human who calls him. And keeps him from being satisfied more often than not. Granting wishes is Fionn's gig, but he usually doesn't get anything in return but a whole lot of frustration. When antiquities expert Michael inadvertently summons Fionn to his shop, he wants nothing to do wiLusty fairy Fionn has a problem. A curse from Queen Danu leaves Fionn at the mercy of any human who calls him. And keeps him from being satisfied more often than not. Granting wishes is Fionn's gig, but he usually doesn't get anything in return but a whole lot of frustration. When antiquities expert Michael inadvertently summons Fionn to his shop, he wants nothing to do with the Fae at all. But the handsome Fionn soon has him singing another tune. Will Michael be the human to make a wish that gives them both what they want?...
|Title||:||Fionn 'o the Fae|
|Number of Pages||:||90 Pages|
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Fionn 'o the Fae Reviews
I'm trying to think of something to say about this useless book...It's shit.
Fionn is a fae cursed by his queen Danu, cause he has bedded her favourite attendant. Now he can't find release unless another wishes it to be so. And he will be summoned by an enchatment written in a book and obliged to realize a wish of the man or woman who has summoned him.For the last centuries, every man who has summoned Fionn has wished something that doesn't involve the sex release of Fionn. So he is very angry and horny.Now Michael, an antiquarian has unwillingly summoned him, but he doesn't want nothing, nothing of material. But Michael is gay and Fionn is a very, very handsome far, so maybe Michael's wish could be also Fionn's satisfaction. And so it goes, but after one wish, Fionn must return to his realm, Tir-Na-Nog and Michael remain in the human world.But now Fionn has learned a way to elude Danu's curse, and he will work to be summoned more often from this moment on.A very brief but funny tale with an open end: will Fionn find a way to be summoned again? and Michael is only a good memory or we will see him again?http://www.amazon.com/dp/B000VYX7VO/?...
Fionn is one lusty fairy. After pissing off his queen by sleeping with her favorite attendant, he's cursed to remain sexually unsated and marooned in the fairy realm unless summoned by a mortal. The summons - the reading of an arcane spell hidden in an ancient grimoire. But Fionn has always been irrepressible and he's resolved to find a way out from under the queen's spell, even if it takes him the rest of his immortal life.This book is a compilation of three stories originally crafted separately and all too apparently patched together in this novella. Each story is witty and fun on it's own and the three work together with a beginning, a middle and an end, but a bit more polishing and joinery could have made it even more special. As is, it's a frothy, fun romp and the ending is more fulfilling than I expected given the overall tenor of the individual parts. If you'd like a bawdy, light-hearted, magical romp about fantasy fulfillment, with a HEA style-ending, by all means check this one out.
Despite Kris’ disdain for this cover :-P , I did read it. It is a compilation of three of those Torquere Chaster things combined into one book which is not without it’s issues. I’ll get to that. Fionn is a Fae who gets caught screwing the Queen’s favourite lackey. His punishment is that he can no longer have an orgasm unless it is part of someones “wish”. He can be called to the human world by a phrase in a book to grant one wish. So for several centuries he has blue balls and the first two parts of the book are him having interludes with various men when he FINALLY gets relief. He finds a way to facilitate this so he gets more and more action pissing off the Queen even more. The last part of the book is his relationship with the one human he actually cares about and him trying to protect him from the Queen and find a way to break the curse. I enjoy this author’s writing style and it was kind of light and witty and Fionn was a likable character with a cute Irish accent. However just sticking the three stories in one book was kind of jarring. You could tell that it wasn’t written as one book even though it’s presented that way. The break between the stories was kind of harsh, but on the whole, despite the cover :-D it was an okay read but I think a little more editing when putting it together would have made it better.
Reviewed by:Stephen Genre: M/M FantasyRated: 4 hearts Check out the review at: Hearts On Fire Reviews