Publisher: Tara Lain Books
A single dad who needs love. A child who needs courage.
Sounds like a job for a fairy.
When Nate Hawthorne meets Asher Dane, the huge, tattooed hunk embodies Nate’s dreams – and his daughter’s nightmares. Delly’s terrified of big men.
Then Nate and Delly find The Fairy Shop, a mysterious store where a unique proprietress sends Delly in search of the wand that will make her brave.
On a snowy Christmas Eve, love and courage meet under the influence of a most unusual fairy and Nate and Delly’s lives change forever.
THE FAIRY SHOP is a single dad, opposites attract, small town, MM holiday romance—wrapped in the magic of love.
I loved this sweet short story. Nate is a loving father who puts the emotional wellbeing of his child above his own happiness, yet the magic of the fairy shop gives him and Asher their own HEA. I thought it was a lovely feel good read to be enjoyed all year round.
I loved the scenes between Nate and Delly, and how sweet and kind he with her. It shows a lot about the kind of person he is. Asher is lovely, and the scene where Nate and Delly find out exactly what Asher does for a job is magical. Asher’s vocab is great, and he’s fabulously well read. I would have loved to find out more about his background. The scene where he connects with Delly is very sweetly written.
The supporting cast is wonderful. I loved Marjorie, the lady who babysits for Nate, and Ophelia is magical. I enjoyed the magical realism vibe of the story, which was a perfect way to spend an evening.
4.5 out of 5.