A Sprinkle of Fairy Dust
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    Original story collection
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Author Book Series Genre Date Rating Genre      
(ss) Paranormal Romance / PNR 3 Buy
(ss) Paranormal Romance / PNR 3 Buy
(ss) Paranormal Romance / PNR 3 Buy
(ss) Paranormal Romance / PNR 2.5 Buy
  • Description:
    Romance readers love fairy tales. In A Sprinkle of Fairy Dust, readers will be treated to four delightful stories, both contemporary and historical, of lovers brought together by the mischief and magic of fairies.

    Ever True -- Elizabeth Bevarly
    Miranda Avery, owner of Avery Advertising, Inc., knows that true love only seems to happen on television. Until her personal assistant, who happens to be an immortal fairy, uses his magic to make sure she notices the drop-dead gorgeous guy who is right under her nose . . . if only she can learn how to look.

    Magic and Mayhem -- Elaine Crawford
    Shawna O'Shea expects America to be full of promise. After all, the colonials are openly rebelling against the English. But when Jeffrey Radcliff, her mistress's handsome son takes notice of Shawna --- a lowly servant girl --- it's up to Misty Dawn, the tiny Irish sprite, to make sure the course of true love runs smoothly.

    Fairy Dreams -- Marylyle Rogers
    Mae is dying under the oak tree by the Shrine of St. Finnian when a prince of the Tuatha de Danann, the Irish fairies, finds her and takes her home, under the hollow hill. Once there, Mae discovers that her pilgrimage is part of a dangerous and delicate mission that she must now fulfill, with the help of her unearthly host, whose uncanny abilities both frighten and fascinate her.

    Fairies Make Wishes, Too -- Maggie Shayne
    When the Fairy Queen forbids Enya to visit the mortal she loves, an ugly troll grants the fairy maid three days to win the heart of Devon MacKenzie. She's forbidden to use her magic or tell Devon who she is. And Devon, grieving for a tragic loss, cannot allow a fay stranger close to him. But sometimes love casts its own spell.