A Faerie Story, Barbara Elsborg
Rating: 5 Stars
Publisher: Self Published
Genre: Gay Romance
Tags: Christmas/Fairy Tale, Menage, Disability, Potential *Triggers – Past & Partner Abuse, Suicide Ideation
Length: 334 Pages
Purchase At: amazon
Once upon a time, the fate of three men was decided in a world where it was forever Christmas.
A faerie forced to flee his homeland
Kaegan lives in fear of his vicious twin brother. Tormented and abused, his only option is to escape to the one place he knows he’ll be safe: Inverkillen, a haven of magic, eternal Christmas where he has the chance to live the life he craves. But leaving Faerieland means taking a huge risk.
A man searching for a second chance
Aiden’s world is broken. Life is a dark and wretched place—until a chance encounter with Kaegan gives him hope for a brighter future. But fate has never been Aiden’s friend. No sooner has Kaegan come into his life, than he’s gone. Aiden is resigned to loneliness, but after he makes a startling discovery, he takes a decision that could be the biggest gamble of his life.
An anguished soul ready to end it all
Pascal is afraid to love. He’s determined not to risk his heart when he knows everything can be snatched away in a single moment. A fateful meeting leads to a night of enchantment and passion, leaving Pascal hungry to know more about the mysterious Kaegan. But when morning comes, Kaegan is gone, leaving Pascal to follow the one clue he has to the beautiful stranger’s whereabouts.
Three men in search of a second chance, deep in a snowy wilderness. Will Christmas cast its magic to give them the greatest gift of all: their Happy Ever After?
I’ve always loved snow globes, but now I’ll be forever like…
Karen November 7, 2019 at 1:13 am
Aha, we both love snow globes. They’re the most amazing things.
This is such a good book, good story, great characters. Well written menage, no one seems out on a limb, and the Christmas and fairy tale feel is strong throughout.
Definitely grab a copy if you can.
I love Christmas stories/fairy tales. Having the backstories told early on in the prologue is a big plus. The three characters seem so different but they work together. My luck hasn’t always been good with menage books because there’s usually jealousy, the third wheel feel, etc. Your saying this relationship isn’t like that makes me eager to know more about it.
I love snow globes. Another thing I collect that you didn’t know I collect 🙂
I want to hug Aiden.
Great review. I love the snow globe visual and hello! on the one above it. 🙂 🙂 🙂