The Faery Tree by Cherie Noel

The Faery Tree Cherie NoelThe Faery Tree by Cherie Noel
Reviewer:  Tj
Publisher:  Silver Publishing
Short Story:  29,660 Words
Purchase at Amazonand Barnes and Noble
Roses:  3
A wanton-by-nature Fae, raised in a loving, ultra-conservative home. A sweetly slutty computer-tech guy with historically bad boyfriends raising two complicated kids. When The Faery Tree opens a portal between them, mayhem and love explode in the Tonawandas.Seelie Fae Prince Ee-an, fostered in the ultra-conservative Unseelie court, returns to the Seelie court after many years to find wanton behavior prevalent. Unable to abide Seelie customs and sleep his way through the kingdom in search of his true mate, he seeks the guidance of a Seer.

The Seer sends Ee-an through a magic portal allowing the two to meet and fall in love. But with Fae law forbidding any Royal Fae to stay beyond the veil once mated, and Ee-an’s stubborn human mate refusing to cross into Faery without his younger brother and adopted daughter, who cannot cross into Faery, these two need help finding a way to honor obligations without losing hope for a happily-ever-after future.

CONTENT ADVISORY: This is a re-edited re-release title.


I’m going to admit to being a sucker for this type of romance.  This is a personal preference though so I try to separate the two.  Some of course will overflow to my review.

This is a story about a fae and his fated mate.  This will be an insta-love, if you don’t like that DO NOT READ IT.  I don’t know how many reviews I’ve read that will down grade a story because of that factor.  Since this is paranormal it is even more acceptable

The story is told from multiple points of view which I thought was a good tool to use so we could see where both characters were coming from and a way I believe that deepens the story.  The writing was well done and the characters were well developed.    I do think that the characters may have been a tad too emotional though.  For a normal reader this doesn’t come across as most men that they may know so it is unrealistic and shallow.  (This isn’t a problem for me just I know many that have issues with this.)  I also think that the story could have had more development.  It seemed a little short and too easy for a really good read.



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Posted on Tuesday, August 13th, 2013, in Book Review, Fantasy, M/M Romance, Short Story: 1-100 pages, Three Roses, TJ and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.


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