The Faery Princess

The Faery Princess by Nyki Blatchley
Publisher: Lyrical Press
Genre: Fantasy
Length: Short
Other: M/F, M/M, M/F/F
Rating: 4 Cherries
Review by Snowdrop

A love less ordinary

Tom, a simple farm boy, gets more than he bargained for when he finds a little something extra in his bed one night. He assumes it’s a prank until he’s magically bound and ravished by Gossamer, Princess of the Faeries. Tom falls in love with the beautiful faery, but there’s a problem: his beloved Gossamer is merely a projection. The true Princess lies in eternal sleep, enchanted and imprisoned by an ogre.

Determined to rescue his love, Tom sets out on his heroic quest but soon learns it takes more than a sword, axe or bow to overcome the obstacles thrown in his path. His only real weapon is much more personal. And his devotion to Gossamer will only get him so far — The closer he gets to his goal, the more impossible it becomes to resist temptation…

Warning: This title contains explicit sex

This story reminded me of an erotic version of many of my favorite childhood fairytales. The different adventures that Tom has along the way to save his Faery Princess, Gossamer, are very much a great blend of traditional fairytales and arousing intimate scenarios. Many of the scenes involving sex are quite erotic and have both M/F and M/F/F scenes – and I am here to say that they are very tastefully written.

I completely enjoyed how well written this story was and that it had a well-planned plotline. For such a short story, the author definitely knew how the story was to occur and the scenes seemed to be well thought out, each one having a reason for being in the story. My favorite character was actually one of the supporting characters – Kallista, the Witch. She is so overtly sexual and very blunt in her mannerisms! I suppose she provides some of the comic relief. If you love fantasy with some very hot sex, this is the story for you.

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