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Superpowered Love: Fairylove
A marvelous review of and reminder about Life as a Fairy Thrall, part two in the Fairy Compacts trilogy, aka my Ode to Wingsex.
The magic here engages all the senses, it is smelled, and stroked. It is the burbling of a stream and the mist of the woods and that gives these stories a wonderful depth and realism, both needed when the reader needs to believe in the world and characters before her. This tactile nature of these stories carries just as vividly into the sex scenes. Who knew that winged sex could be so hot?
Click on through for more, plus how to get a copy. (Also, how to get a copy of the absolutely free first novella in the trilogy. Free wingsex!)
Superpowered Love: Fairy Compacts
Cover by cberniez
Reminder that Fairy Compacts #1: The Dangers of Fairy Compacts, is still and always will be free.
Good reasons to read it:
-It’s free. Mentioned that part already, I know, but hey.
-It contains a sassy fairy.
-It contains a sweet forest-priest.
-It contains wingsex*.
-It does weird things to the whole “bonded mate” trope. (For the record: it’s a trope that usually squicks me hard—but it’s not what it seems here!)
-The sequel is coming out this weekend. Fairy Compacts #2: Life as a Fairy Thrall.
*If you are unfamiliar with how awesome sex is when it involves a character with wings, please allow Aeron and Tam to enlighten you.
Disclaimer: The Dangers of Fairy Compacts is an LGBTQ erotic romance, and decidedly not for children. 18+ only, please!
Most awesome flowers ever.
Dude fairies are SO CREEPY.
(Don’t tell me this isn’t their fault. It’s totally their fault. Creepy bastards.)
[image: a portrait of a dark skinned woman of color in a high necked blouse and waistcoat with brass goggles around her neck. In front of her hover a number of mechanical fairy like creatures.]
GREGORY MANCHESS: CLOCKWORK FAIRIES
(Source: graphicfuneral, via rebekahloves)
Dmitri always tells me that the monsters in this movie are really beautiful.
I LOVE this film. Can’t watch it anymore or will crycrycry.
Everything about it is beautiful.