Thursday, March 3, 2016

A Faerie Wedding by Stephanie Keyes

This book is the last novella in a novella series 

which is linked to Steph’s previous series The Star Child.

A Faerie Wedding (The Star Child #4.5)
by Stephanie Keyes
Release Date: February 12, 2016
| Publisher: Inkspell Publishing

Genre: New Adult | Designer: Naj Qamber

Gabe Stewart has everything he ever wanted. Mortal Earth is safe. 
He’s a super-hero Protector whose best friend is within telepathic shouting distance. 
And then there’s his soul-mate, Singer. 
He knew right away she was the one he’d been waiting for.

But Gabe’s world shatters when Singer professes she doesn’t love him. 
On top of that, his mother admits she’s been messing with his memory making him doubt everything he’s ever known. And just when it seems things can’t get any worse, his best friend in the whole freaking world, Kellen St. James, wants Gabe to stop being his Protector. Being a Protector is who Gabe is. 
What will happen if he’s not standing between the prince and danger?

When the man who’s sacrificed his freedom is faced with life alone, which path will he choose? 

Will he remain the last Protector? Or will he finally get the happy ending he deserves?

*A Faerie Wedding is a companion novella--intended to be read after the other books in the series. 
It is a New Adult novella and features adult language and situations.

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Gabe Stewart's Blog Takeover

Book Review: Little Women by Louisa May Alcott

Dudes! How's it going?
So today, I am so stoked about taking over this blog from Laura.

Lately, I have been trying to become cultured, and I don't just mean by eating moreyogurt. 

I've been diggin' on some classic books. I'm going to review one of these for ya today. 
It's called Little Women.

First of all, I've gotta say that I was confused by this title. I mean, these women seem to be 

average height. They didn't once mention any problems that might arise from being vertically-
challenged. So the title? Kind of misleading.

Little Women is about these four March sisters who live during the Civil War era. 

They've lost their money and they, along with their Marmee are struggling to survive.
As they grow up, it kinda seems like they’ll marry people and that's it. 

Meg marries a tutor and you assume the rest are just gonna do that. au contraire

Jo goes off to New York to become a teacher, leaving childhood friend Laurie behind. 
She ends up with this cool prof. 

Laurie sort of has a thing for Jo, but it's cool cause he ends up with Amy. 

Then there's Beth, but you don't know much about her and then she just dies.

The story was pretty cool. Jo reminds me a lot of Singer. Except Jo doesn’t have a gun and wear 

leather, but that's not everybody's thing, right?

Gabe's Take: A cool story about four girls who are total bosses (well three, if you don't count 

Beth) and come out winners. Especially, Jo.

Gabe Stewart is a fictional character in Stephanie Keyes' The Star Child Series. This piece is 

intended as a parody review and should not be interpreted as a true analysis of the book. 
Read more about Gabe, Singer, Kellen, and Calienta in A Faerie Wedding and Into Faerie

Keep The Magick Going!

Love The Star Child series, but want to hold a book in your hand? Want them all in one e-book? 
Pick up your copy of Into Faerie: The Star Child Novellas today!

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Stephanie Keyes is the author of the YA Fantasy series, The Star Child, which includes The Star Child, After Faerie, The Fallen Stars, The Star Catcher, The Last Protector. 
The Boy In The Trees, part of the Blood In The Shadows anthology, released in November 2015. 

The Star Catcher won first place in the 2014 Dante Rossetti Young Adult Novel 
Awards—Mythological Category. The Star Child was a finalist in the 2015 BTS Magazine Reader's Choice Awards. Keyes was also selected as a 2015 Rutgers University One-On-One Plus Conference mentee. 
She's an active member of SCBWI.

Steph lives in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania with Mr. Keyes, her boys, Hip-Hop and Bam-Bam, and dogs Duncan MacLeod and Princess Riley. Steph is a hopeless romantic and Whovian who's shamelessly addicted to Nutella and spontaneous singing.

*Author photos courtesy of Kristina Serafini Photo

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