2002 PRISM AWARD Finalist:
3rd place - FANTASY

A faery who wants to get pregnant.

A man with too many women in his life.

Magic, mischief and mayhem!

Ariel of the Fae had never seen a baby before. But then why would she have? Children do not exist in her realm. So the moment she finally enters the mortal world and spies a sleeping child, Ariel falls instantly in love--and decides she wants one. All she needs is a suitable mortal man...

Rand Thayer meets all the criteria. He is handsome, healthy--and fertile. Perfect. Except for one small problem... When Ariel boldly marches up to him and asks him to impregnate her, her flat-out refuses! While Rand may be a good catch, he certainly is not an easy one. Now, Ariel will have to rethink her less-than-tactful tactics and consider the strange possibility of getting to know him first...


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"Delightful sequel to Prince of Charming"
Reviewed by Leslie Tramposch
Posted July 19, 2001

Buttercup Baby is the sequel to Ms. Fox's PRINCE OF CHARMING released in 2000. Those familiar with the tale will remember that Titania, the faery queen, had trapped the half-fae son of King Oberon, Robin Goodfellow, in a painting. His essence was to be trapped there for all Read more...

"Humorous Fantasy Romance!"
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted October 8, 2001

Queen of the Fae, Titania, bans from court subordinate Queen of the Pillywiggins, Ariel, for daring to defend Robin Goodfellow to her Highness. Though upset after centuries of loyalty to Titania, Ariel realizes she crossed the line because the biased Titania hates all half- breed Fae. Still King Oberon eases Read more...

"Rand finds the 'family way' to enchanting love"
Reviewed by Cy Korte
Posted January 15, 2002

Ariel had been Queen of the Pillywiggins (flower faeries) until she defended Robin Goodfellow [see PRINCE OF CHARMING] from Titania. Titania banished Ariel from her court and stripped her of her rank. Oberon, King of the Fae, was Robin's father and he kept an eye on his son's Read more...

"Priceless... the first word that comes to mind!"
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted February 1, 2002

Priceless is the first word that comes to mind to describe Karen Fox's new book BUTTERCUP BABY. The Fae never have children and Ariel, the heroine, rarely wondered about it too much. She had never seen children; so she really didn't care until she was banished and later Read more...


Buttercup Baby
(Fae Romance: Book 2)
by Karen Fox

Jove (Magical Love)
October 1, 2001
ISBN #0515131695
EAN #9780515131697
266 pages
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Other Books by
Karen Fox

Witch High
A Touch of Charm
Impractical Magic
Cupid's Melody
Grand Design
Prince of Charming

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