- File Size: 2381 KB
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: February 18, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B079WTSMMS
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,934,012 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Dirty Fairies Kindle Edition
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If you asked me two days ago would I read a book about teensy weensy kinky fairies I can honestly say it wouldn't be something that crossed my mind. Fortuitously, I discovered that the author of my all time favourite series is writing under a pseudonym about dirty fairies, and therefore fornicating fairies catapulted straight to the top of my to be read immediately pile.
What have I learnt?
Probably not to read this book in public because it had me laughing out loud whilst desperately trying to shield my kindle from prying eyes. It is definitely not the kind of thing to share with small children or indeed grandparents.
The kink is phenomenal. The fairies are also incredibly cute, and the juxtaposition of leading man Lyle introducing them to his home comforts is delightful. They may not share the same language but they manage to communicate just fine with him.
It makes perfect sense to me now, to imagine that fairies are feral and far from shy about sex. The three tiny protagonists whom Lyle names Puck, Claude and Mab, are curious and free-spirited little creatures.
They come up with all kinds of creative options for their triad, and to ensure that Lyle isn't left out either.
Frankly this is kinky smut, but the fairies are also incredibly cute. Both they and Lyle are engaging and entertaining. I particularly appreciate Lyle's inner dialogue as he waivers between delight and disbelief and tumbles into decadence.
I admit to being more than a little surprised at what I was reading, but this isn't just smut there's poignancy to the story too. The descriptions of their tiny wings furling and unfurling in bursts of iridescence paints a lovely picture, particularly as each fairy has their own unique colouring.
To be honest I wasn't totally enamoured with the present tense writing, but other than that I can say that this is a piece of writing that I am not likely to ever forget.
Interestingly enough, up until now `Lady Cottington's Pressed Fairy Book by Terry Jones has always had a place in my heart, but having come to care for Puck, Mab and Claude, the thought of pressed fairies has lost its appeal. A lot can change in the space of a day or two.
Recommended for people with a sense of humour and a broad mind about the polyamorous nature of fairies and the adventurous grad student who befriends them and for whom size clearly doesn't matter.
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There's sex of every combination you could achieve with two, foot tall male fairies, one equally tiny female fairy, and a human male. If you love supernatural kink, you'll be very happy with this just on that basis. Beyond the sex, there's a young man you'll care about enough to want the sequel without even wondering if the author can top these sex scenes. Pick it up ... You won't regret it.