"This one will have laughing out loud!"
Sky can't believe what her aunts did this time. Even though
she has told time and again not to conjure unless she's
there, they did once again. Of course, they did this to
surprise her for her birthday, but still, the surprise was
theirs when the fawn they tried to conjure became a faun
due to Eartha's incorrect spelling. Now they have a naked
man in their garden and quite the naked man too! Big, tall,
handsome and quite well endowed. Naturally, since Eartha
and Windy conjured him, he won't leave until he's ready to
go. Still in shock, Sky knows her aunts don't realize just
what they may have done. Calling denizens of the Fairy
Realm is never a good thing. The Fairy Queen doesn't
exactly take this kindly and has been known to exact
retribution. So once again, Sky will have to deal with the
results of her aunts' conjuring. She's determined to
convince the faun to go back to the Fairy Realm. Until she
sees him. This man, Rowan, is absolutely gorgeous! And such
a sexual being.
When the call came to the Fairy Realm, Rowan managed to
talk his grandmother into allowing him to go to the other
side. Having always been curious about the world of
mortals, Rowan has decided to enjoy his time outside the
Fairy Realm and see what it has to offer. Of course, he
never realized a fawn was the intended result of the spell,
not a faun! Since fauns have a natural aversion to being
indoors and clothed, he stays outside in the garden. Once
he gets a look at Sky, Rowan is determined to stay in this
world for as long as he possibly can.
When Sky is passed over for a promotion because of her sex,
she quits her job. Now she has no idea how they will be
able to hold onto the cottage and land, which has been in
her family for generations. Not only does Sky have to deal
with a faun in her garden, she now has to worry about
losing her home as well. But then again, given Rowan's
nature, maybe having a faun in her garden isn't such a bad
thing after all.
Will Sky and her aunts lose their home? Will Sky be able to
find another job paying her enough to keep the family
cottage? What of Rowan? Will he ever go back to the Fairy
Realm? Does Sky really want him to leave? What will the
Fairy Queen do when Rowan doesn't return in a few days?
INCORRECT SPELLING had me laughing throughout most of the
book. C.S. Chatterly has done a wonderful job of weaving a
humorous tale. Windy and Eartha just make this story so
much more special, especially as Rowan tries to get Sky to
see that the two of them are not as incompetent as she
believes them. But even with the humor, this is a wonderful
story of love between a witch and a faun. And the ending
has to be read to be believed! This is one I highly
recommend to all lovers of paranormal romance!
Reviewed by Chere Gruver
Posted November 21, 2006
When two elderly witches misspell an enchantment and accidentally summon a very randy denizen of the Fairy Realm, Sky Pyewackett must convince the muscular, exceedingly virile Faun to go back to his fantasy world before there's trouble. There's just one problem...he won't go.
Rowan Sultmhor takes one look at Sky and decides he's right where he wants to be. From the moment he sees the beauty in her garden, he's obsessed with making love to her. Long, warm Spring nights are beckoning, and there's nothing more intriguing than putting the lovely little witch beneath him.
But unfortunately for Rowan and Sky, there's always a price to pay when a creature from the Fairy Realm crosses over into human reality...