"Humorous Fantasy Romance!"
Queen of the Fae, Titania, bans from court subordinate
Pillywiggins, Ariel, for daring to defend Robin Goodfellow
Though upset after centuries of loyalty to Titania, Ariel
crossed the line because the biased Titania hates all half-
Still King Oberon eases some of Ariel's anger and hurt by
asking her to
check up on his grandson while she is in the mortal plane.
In the realm of the Fae, babies just do not exist so Ariel
by her reaction to seeing the infant. She wants her own
baby and she
chooses a friend of the Goodfellow family, Rand Thayer, as
the sire. Not
knowing the ways of humans, Ariel bluntly asks Rand to
father a child
with her. He rejects the idea at first, but soon cannot
attraction. However, a pregnant Ariel causes unique
problems when her
hormones go wild.
BUTTERCUP BABY is a humorous fantasy romance starring two
characters. The essence of this tale and its predecessor
(see Prince Charming)
is that the audience believe in the realm of the Fae so
that occurs to and done by Ariel works in support of that
fun story line provides the audience with humorous escapist
but also contains a serious subtle sub-theme of prejudice
entire subspecies that stands as a reminder to the reader
Arab-Americans must be allowed and encouraged to join in
our collective grieving.
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted October 8, 2001