Set in glamorous Georgian and Regency England, these four stories are filled with myth and mystery, and illustrate the magical, sensual, and humorous events that can occur when the worlds of mortals and faeries collide.


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"A neat anthology of loosely connected Faery tales"
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted March 24, 2002

This is an older one from 1998, but I just bought it. It's a wonderful anthology with four stories by Jo Beverly, Karen Harbaugh, Mary Jo Putney, and Barbara Samuel.

Each of the stories offers a romance involving mortals and Faeries. "The Lord of Elphindale" by Read more...

"A faery tale collection that is not to be missed"
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted March 24, 2002

I *love* shared world collections but usually find myself annoyed at having wasted my precious reading time wading through at least one clunker in the bunch. So, I approached this collection with a little hesitation, sure I'd find myself skimming at least one of the stories. I'm thrilled Read more...


Faery Magic
by Barbara Samuel, Jo Beverley, Mary Jo Putney, Karen Harbaugh

Kensington Publishing
January 1, 1998
ISBN #0821758179
EAN #9780821758175
352 pages
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