"storytelling that is magical and beautiful"
Sayblee Safipour is assigned to work with the handsome and
overly sexually appealing, Felix Valasay. She has been
attracted to the fun loving, womanizing man for fifteen
Traveling through the matter arriving at Felix's home in
Hawaii, she finds him entertaining a female—naturally.
Some things never change. Theirs will be a rocky start of
a working relationship. They are to go to Paris to pose as
a loving couple to try and locate the evil Quain, who is
thought to be in Paris. Together they will face danger,
intrigue, and feelings both have not realized existed deep
within. Discovering them as new layers of their
personalities are exposed with each day they spend in the
Welcome to the magical world of the ancient Les Croyant
des Trois. It is Felix, the youngest of the three Valasay
brothers, that comes to life in the final book in the
trilogy within Ms. Inclan's exquisite words. Once again,
Ms. Inclan ignites the pages with fluid storytelling that
is magical and beautiful; penning it with distinction and
vibrancy, as she weaves in her unique voice. Believe In Me
is the ultimate fantasy tale that is timeless, with just
enough spice to keep the readers hooked.
Sayblee considers herself an intelligent and no-nonsense
type of woman who happens to be a Croyant, a magical race
that lives among the Moyenne (non-magical humans). She and
her too handsome partner, Felix, will have to live and
work practically 24/7 with each other.
Felix has never wanted to do more than surf, frolic in the
sun, drink his special blend of fruit and alcohol, and
play fast and loose with the women in his life. When
Sayblee reappears into his life and he must work by her
side, he sees things about her in a whole new light. A
sexual light that is.
You do not have to read the trilogy to appreciate Believe
In Me, it is a complete standalone novel, but this
reviewer highly recommends that you purchase When You
Believe and Reason To Believe to experience the different
lives of the other two wonderful and sexy brothers.
Reviewed by Janalee Ruschhaupt
Posted February 11, 2007