"Delightful mix of humor and romance"
Nic Stone loved his wife Anna very much. The only problem
was he was an immortal, a faery, and she was not. He
Titania to make Anna immortal. She agreed to do so if he
would paint her portrait. Nic agreed to her terms,
that there was a catch. In order for Anna to become
immortal, she had to die and be reborn.
Twenty-five years after Anna died, Nic has finally
the painting - - Titania was a hard task-mistress and
having Nic at her beck and call. Back in the mortal
he's pretty sure he's found Anna as reincarnated in the
person of Dianna Fielding, a rock star, who is the
image of his wife. The only problem is he is more
attracted to Dianna's sister, Stacey. What's a faery to
do? And with Titania still sticking her royal faery nose
into his love life, Nic's road to finding his soul mate is
rocky and full of pixies' causing mischief.
Cupid's Melody is a delightful read. Every woman needs a
man like Nic. With the wave of his hand and a few words,
he can clean the house, do the gardening, eliminate pesky
pixies (I loved the pixies!), and whisk you off to Paris
for a candlelight dinner and some site-seeing.
Moni Draper aka Monette
Michaels, Author © Copyright 2003
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Reviewed by Moni Draper
Posted February 20, 2003