"Priceless... the first word that comes to mind!"
Priceless is the first word that comes to mind to describe
Karen Fox's new book BUTTERCUP BABY.
The Fae never have children and Ariel, the heroine, rarely
wondered about it too much. She had never seen children;
so she really didn't care until she was banished and later
sent on a task in the mortal world. It was then she saw a
child; a lovely baby, sweet, soft and smiling up at her.
That was when she fell in love and decided she wanted one
of her own. There was one problem, okay two. First, she
needed someone to impregnate her and second, once she had
found him, he wasn't so eager to do it.
As you can imagine, it is a funny roller coaster after that
and Ariel has to rethink her tactics just a little. Then
there is the pregnancy, her magic, Rand "the hero" and his
family (and boy, he has a lot of family) and some
interfering friends. Magic and Mayhem for sure but
something you won't want to miss.
It brings tears to your eyes and makes you hope for more --
like the story of their child for example! This book in
Jove's Magical Love line is nothing short of a keeper.
Priceless, just as I said.
Jessica Holmes © Copyright January 2002
Reviewed for ParaNormal Romance Reviews
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted February 1, 2002