Friday, March 11, 2011

Silver James, Faerie Fire

Title: Faerie Fire

Author: Silver James

Rating: Five Siren Stones

Genre: Time Travel Romance

Sub-Genre: Fantasy

Keywords: Faery Rose, Spicy, Witch

Page Count: 360

ISBN E-Book: 1-60154-817-6

Price: $7.00

ISBN for Print: 13: 978-1601548177

Price: $14.99

Publisher: The Wild Rose Press


Reviewer: Mona


Disgraced SAS Captain Duncan Ross, is on a one-man crusade to find the international terrorist known as Brian Boru. Moira O'Connor, daughter and chief of staff of a US Senator, harbors a secret legacy passed down from her mother's people. When they first meet at a weekend party in Virginia, time turns topsy-turvy. Memories of a former life, one in which Duncan was her lover, overshadows the present. Back then, Moira was burned as a witch and Duncan was too late to save her, the words to bind them forever unsaid.

Boru crashes the party even as the faerie harper, Abhean, steers the lovers on a collision course with destiny. Will Duncan save Moira this time? Will he survive to say the vows and make her his for eternity, or will they succumb to the Faerie Fire?

Without the words, history is doomed to repeat itself.


What happens when you combine Fae nobility, Irish myth, a soldier, a senator’s daughter and current society? You have a recipe for action, romance, mystery and suspense! In Silver James’ Faerie Fire you will be captivated by the feisty characters that interact well together. James runs the fine line between mystical and reality in this intriguing recreation of a different set of star crossed lovers. Fighting time and destiny to keep their true love.

I found this scintillating tale hard to put down, the characters kept me coming back with their witty and wise commentaries as well as a well written story line.

The action involved is a great balance between all involved, with just the right amount of mystery to keep this reader interested!

I recommend this to all who believe in Faery and to those that want to believe, this will send you in the right direction. Well Done!

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