SERIES: The Fayetteville Fairies #3
AUTHOR: Kathy Bryson
RELEASE DATE: December 23rd 2015
PUBLISHER: SoulMate Publishing
Laid off from her job at the bank, Carla turns to her friends for support only to find they’re more concerned about their jobs. The one person she can count on is local bartender Murphy, but what kind of example is that to set for her daughters? Having learned the hard way, Carla’s not depending on any man, even if he is cute, charming, very kind, and some kind of leprechaun?
Murphy is used to sneers. Clurichauns are the redheaded stepchildren of the leprechaun world and then there are the late-night throw-downs at his bar. What he wants, however, is to protect the dainty little mom who ogles him when she thinks no one’s looking. He knows she’s fighting overwhelming odds, but she’ll need more than bravery when the conflict between the King and Queen of the Fairies becomes outright civil war!
Kathy Bryson is the award-winning author of a series of leprechaun romances as well as the adventures of a hapless med student. She has degrees in both advertising and literature as well 20+ years in business that came in handy for exposing leprechauns. The zombie stuff she’s making up out of research – mostly. A recent transplant to Texas, she also runs a college writing center and caters to the whims of spoiled cats.
The Med School Series follows the adventures of Giovanni through 8 semesters of dealing with B-movie monsters in the real world. Uncover the hidden secrets where the twisted worlds of the supernatural and medical science collide!
The Fayetteville Fairies series - Feeling Lucky, Restless Spirits, Fighting Mad - Shakespeare may have brought a long-standing feud to light in 1590 , but it's heating up today on a small town in the Midwest. How will the ladies of Fayetteville cope while managing jobs, families, and love lives?!
Carla is fired from her job, has sort of a car accident and Murphy seems her best option for help, however with two teenage daughters she doesn´t want to give them a bad example. She has to deal with everything by herself, especially when everyone seems to have gone crazy talking about a war between magical creatures.
The story is easy to read, the plot is simple and the characters are all likable. The romance is sweet and engaging. I really like how funny, light to read and entertaining the fairies are. In the three books, the pages flow by quickly and you have a pleasant time reading the stories. Kathy is a great writer and also, I love, how she adds the always present Shakespeare into her stories.