Mini-Review: Fairy Promise by Elizabeth Dunlap

When a fairy meets a witch, sparks are sure to fly.

Cover Design: Pixie Covers

While investigating her brother’s new magical friends, Bailey crosses paths with a captivating blue-haired witch that she can’t stay away from.

And when that witch saves her life, per fairy law, Bailey has to grant her deepest wish. But what if that wish is for Bailey to stay by her side forever?

**Warning: For Adult Audiences 18+. Language and actions may be deemed offensive to some. Sexually explicit content. F/F**

My thoughts

Fairy Promise is a cute and quick romance by Elizabeth Dunlap

Bailey is always up for an adventure, but I have to say that her first meeting with Izzy is a hoot. Dunlap had me chuckling. Fairy Promise is fun and egg-dropping YA Romance. I know the warning says it is for adult audiences, but I didn’t find anything too risque in the reading. Girl meets girl and tries to keep her. (chuckle) 

As I said about the egg-dropping, lots of mysteries within this story to kick off Dunlap’s new “A Bathory Universe” series. I hope Pixie Covers continues to design the covers because I love the look. Dunlap has laid the groundwork for the next adventure and I’m excited to see where it goes.

I received a free copy of this book and I am writing a review without prejudice and voluntarily.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

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Further Details:

Publisher: Pixie Dust Publishing, 979-8499392249, October 12, 2021 (Orig. pub. October 2019)

Series: A Bathory Universe; Settings: Fairyland

Pages: 39

SC: Poly



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