"delightfully whimsical and amusing fantasy romance"
Faery Nic Stone loves his mortal wife Anna so much so that
he begs Fae Queen Titania to confer immortality on his
beloved spouse. Titania consents to perform the deed if
Nic paints her portrait. However, Titania plays a trick on
Nic by not informing him at the time of the agreement that
Anna had to die in order to be reborn an immortal.
Twenty-five years later, Nic thinks he finally located his
Anna who uses the name Dianna Fielding, a renowned singer.
Nic attains a gardening position on Dianna's estate where
her sister Stacy also lives. Though Nic is certain that
Dianna is his love, he finds himself attracted to Stacy.
Nic must tell the real Anna "I love you"
or become Titania's slave, the other stipulation in their
CUPID'S MELODY, the sequel to the PRINCE OF CHARMING, is a
delightfully whimsical and amusing fantasy romance. The
story line will charm the audience especially when those
wild pixies take center stage though they do distract from
the prime plot. The strength of this tale resides with the
characters. Readers will adore the endearing Nic as he
faces a dilemma that could mean his existence and hiss at
the mischievously devious Titania who always has one more
trick up her sleeve. The two sisters are interesting as
they cause readers to share with Nic his predicament.
Karen Fox enchants her audience with this enjoyable reading
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted December 25, 2002
Nic's search to find his reincarnated wife leads him to sisters, Dianna and Stacy. All he has to do is convince Diana, the spitting image of his long-lost Anna, to love him again. Easy for a sexy faery.
Except that Stacy is the one he keeps kissing.
Faery Nic Stone had no idea he was about to make the
mistake of his eternal life when he asked the Queen of the
Fae to grant immortality to his beautiful bride, Anna. To
become immortal, he discovered only too late, Anna first
had to die and then be reborn...
It has taken twenty-five years for Nic to re-enter the
mortal world to search for his lost love, but he is
convinced that he has finally found her. After all, Dianna
Fielding is the spitting image of his wife. Masquerading as
her gardener, he vows to seduce her heart all over again.
But why is it her sister, Stacy, who makes him ache with
that all-too-familiar longing? Either someone has cast a
spell on him, or Nic is falling in love with the wrong
woman. If he follows the stirrings of his heart, will he
find true love--or will his beloved be lost to him forever?