Friday, May 31, 2013

ARC Review: The Magic of "I Do" by Tammy Falkner

Title: The Magic of "I Do" (Faerie, #2)
Author: Tammy Falkner
Source: Netgalley
Genre: Paranormal romance (Fae)
Length: Novel (384 pgs)
Release Date: June 4, 2013
Reviewed by: CaroleDee

Claire Thorne is a faerie on a mission. 

When the governing body of her world puts a prohibition on magic, she escapes to the human world and straight into the arms of Lord Phineas Tremble. When he insists on being her crime-solving partner, she does everything she can to get rid of him—until she realizes his gift for smooth talking might come in handy when tracking down a killer. Before long, Finn has his hands full keeping Claire out of trouble, because the two of them together create more sparks than her faerie dust ever could...

I loved the first book in the series and I liked the second even more!

Claire couldn't be more different than her sweet and quiet sister, and it was great! Don't get me wrong, I love demure sweet girls, but sometimes I want a girl that goes for what she wants and just doesn't give a damn :) Oh, and Phineas... Have I mentioned how much I love reformed rakes?
Well, I do!
A perfect match made in Faerie :)

Together they solve a mystery using some plot points I've read in historicals before (hence, the 4 stars) but honestly it was so much fun to read it didn't bother me too much.

Recommended for anyone that loves PNR or Historicals.

*And once again, that cover is just gorgeous!

***You can check out my review for book one, A Lady and Her Magic, HERE

About the Author

Tammy Falkner lives on a farm in a lovely, sprawling little town in rural NC with her beekeeper husband and a house full of boys, a few dogs, and a cat or two (or five – who has time to count?).

As half of the Lydia Dare team, she has co-written ten books, including the Westfield Wolves series and the Gentlemen Vampyre series.

A huge fan of Regency England, she often wonders what other kinds of magical, mythical and strange creatures might live and interact within the ton. Exploring the theory that the fae can walk between Regency England and their own land, Tammy spends as much time as possible with the lords and ladies of society, horse-drawn carriages, and elegant balls. Now, add to that some faeries, a little murder, a bit of mayhem, and a troublesome garden gnome, and you have her exciting new series.
She hopes you enjoys her world as much as she does.

For the latest news and excerpts you can follow Tammy on her Facebook page 


  1. Sounds like a fun story. Thanks for the review.

  2. Thanks for the great review! So glad you liked it!


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