"A very enjoyable fantasy read"
Annabelle Tinker has a problem. And yes, if you see what
you think you see in her name (Tinkerbelle), you've got
the gist of it... Fairies. Though her younger sister, Erin
thinks it's all about space aliens like the stories in
those super market tabloids which Annabelle writes for.
But it's not space aliens, it's fairies. Real, sexy as all
get out, six foot male fairies with wings.
Erin has fallen in love with Lucas Riley, a Fairy. Because
he 'disappeared' in a tiny explosion of light just after
their lovemaking, Erin believes he was kidnapped by space
aliens and that belief lands her in the psycho ward of the
Lucas wasn't kidnapped, he squooshed - the fairy
equivalent of a Star Trek transport. Are there six foot
tall sexy male fairies? You better believe it, and the one
Annabelle must deal with is Gaelen Riley, Lucas' older
brother and professor of Celtic Literature. Annabelle's
attempts to find out just what did happen force her to
face just what she herself believes.
JUST BELIEVE is a light, fun romp of romance, of
misunderstandings, of almost Keystone-cop-like adventures
that begin in North Carolina (you did know that UNC has a
fairy professor on staff, and over 300 fairies in
residence, didn't you?), skirts Teaneck, New Jersey (Fairy
HQ in the USA) and ends up, appropriately, in Ireland as
Annabelle and Gaelen fight nefarious fairy forces intent
on prosecuting Lucas for falling in love with a human. At
the same time, Gaelen and Annabelle must fight the growing
attraction they have for each other and come to terms with
what they both want, and believe.
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted December 22, 2006
Tabloid reporter Annabelle Tinker's sister claims her boyfriend was abducted by aliens. Now, the boyfriend's handsome brother seems determined to find his brother by romancing Annabelle. University professor Gaelen Riley is happiest with his books, hiding his fairy nature, until his brother's attraction to a mortal forces him to intervene. But Gaelen didn't count on Annabelle, who helps him renew his own sense of wonder. Gaelen and Annabelle take on the fairy establishment, a spurned pixie, fairy mercenaries, and a lecherous fairy king to save their siblings. . .and their own chance at love.