Chapter One Zoe Clare saw dead people. In this day and age, a person could make a decent living talking to ghosts. The avoidance was ineffective. Like many mediums, Zoe saw the other world better without her physical sight.
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The book Fairyville follows two couples as they try to get to the bottom of the swapped-children mystery while learning about themselves and each other. Zoe Clare, the medium, has been in love with Magnus Monroe, her landlord and manager, for two years.
Zoe decides to seduce him, but he seems strangely resistant. Alex left Fairyville under a cloud after being discovered having sex with his football coach, but Zoe still loves him and his arrival in town rekindles some of the feelings. Bryan and Alex have worked together for ten years, and Bryan is deeply in love. His character is written well as a gentle, kindly and thoughtful man who is also masculine and strong. Bryan not only can see the interest between Alex and Zoe; he also finds himself attracted to Zoe.
Much of the sex in this book is gay sex between Bryan and Alex, and also between Bryan and Magnus, but there is also a three-in-a-bed session including Zoe and other sexual practices that some might find distasteful; this is definitely a book for those who know what to expect in erotic romance and feel comfortable with it.
These elements are wrapped up fairly well by the end of the book, but the tension between the four main characters and their interactions usually sexual are the main thrust of the story. Emma Holly is an excellent writer in this genre, though, and she keeps the story moving along well. It is still well written and will reward those who like this genre.
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