Monday, February 18, 2013

To Dance in Liradon

Adrienne Clark
Fantasy Romance

"She  might have been a calf he inspected, found wanting, and decided to buy anyway."

Brigid has lived her whole life under the shadow of the faerie.  Not that they show themselves to anyone in the village, except her when she was young and met the faerie queen.  Which is the problem, and why she is mostly an outcast.  Only Connell has ever been nice to her, and he now has offered to marry her.  But Brigid is a little uncertain if she can marry the serious Connell.  But is he serious?  When he returns from a trip through the woods, he seems different.  Lighthearted, carefree, and romantic, Connell just might get Brigid to fall in love with him after all.  But something is wrong.  Is this all real, or a trick of the faerie that may once again turn her world upside down?  And does Brigid care?

My Opinion: I must say, the author really pulled you into this hypnotizing story, making what would seem unreal into something understandable.  The story was entrancing as it detailed the faerie world and the spell it casts over both Brigid and the reader.  Brigid and Connell's story, as well as the faerie characters weave a beautiful and tender romance that is nevertheless fierce and indomitable.  The side characters and village create the perfect setting for the private story faced by the main characters.  This was powerfully told and I would recommend it, though perhaps don't start it late at night or you'll be up all night, whether you want to or not.   

I received a free copy of this book to review.  No other compensation was given.  The summary and review are 100% my own.


  1. I would love to read this book. Thanks for the giveaway.

    1. Thank you, Diana. I hope you enjoy it!

    2. Thank you so much, Diana! I really hope you enjoy it.

  2. Thank you so much for your lovely, thoughtful review of my novel, Jennifer. I really appreciate it.



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