"a lighthearted, sensual read"
Things are not going well for Sebastian Montgomery
Chateaufix, a vampire of wealth and good breeding. Besides
having difficulty finding a suitable mate, he has an
affinity towards choosing bimbos; he made the mistake of
feeding from a jogger who has been mixing red wine with
Viagra. Now feeling a little tipsy, amongst other things,
he somehow ends up as a contestant on a dating game show.
Jessica Adkins, an uncultured and uninhibited pixie, is
the Bachelorette on the game show. She is hoping to find
the love of her life or at least a little harmless fun.
Besides, how could she turn down an all expense paid trip
to an authentic dude ranch in Las Vegas? After a hilarious
round of questioning, Jessica chooses bachelor number
three, Sebastian. When he lays eyes on Jessica he knows he
has found the love of his life. The problem is his family
will never accept the fact that he has chosen a pixie,
considered to be the lowest form of the immortal
population, as a mate. While he's classical, she's Elvis;
he's diamonds, and she's Cubic Zirconia. Can this unlikely
match made in trailer park heaven make it work? Can
Sebastian guide his beautiful pixie from trashy to classy?
With a little luck, they just might pull it off.
My Fair Pixie is a lighthearted, sensual read. If you are
in the mood for fast and fun, this is just the book for
Review date: July 20, 2005
Reviewed by Dee Gentle
Posted November 6, 2006
What does a five hundred year old, cultured male vampire want? Sebastian Montgomery Chateaufix stares at the mirror and wonders. His reflection eludes him as usual but that doesn't matter. What matters is that in five hundred years he hasn't found what eludes him—a soul mate.
But that is about to change.
He finds himself on The Mating Game after unknowingly sucking up Viagra with his meal. And as Sebastian is about to discover, Viagra + red wine + a Vampire = completely stoned. But that doesn't matter. He's met the pixie of his dreams!
Pixies, as everyone knows, are the trailer trash of the supernatural world. Vampires are the aristocrats. So when Jessica finds herself in front of her chosen one—a vampire who obviously lost some stupid bet—she has only one choice, to deck him. And she does.
It's love at first bite. But in order to live happily ever after, Sebastian has to pass Jessica off as an aristocrat to Queen Mabb and the fairy court at summer solstice. Jessica's education is about to begin.
That is, if she can get the bubblegum out of her bleached blonde beehive hairdo.