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Callie is shocked when she is ripped from her home in the middle of the night. She is taken to a city that she never knew existed only to find that she has a strange connection to her sexy captor. To top it all off, he tries to convince her that she is not even human. She learns that she is actually a fairy. Not just any fairy, but a fairy who has been destined to become queen of the fairies. More

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About C.C. Jackson

C.C. Jackson was born in raised in a small town just outside of Baltimore, Maryland. She moved to southern Louisiana fifteen years ago with her husband. She has raised three beautiful boys who think that it is hilarious that their mom is writing books about fairies.
C.C. attended Southeastern Louisiana University and Delta College of Arts and Technology. She is passionate about writing and literature and is the author of Stay, a paranormal romance novel for young adults.

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Review by: Lovey Dovey Books on Sep. 25, 2011 :
I really enjoyed reading Stay. Callie was an interesting character. She was very determined when she was set on getting something done and I admired that about her. When it came to Callie taking care of people and sticking up for herself she was phenomenal!

I was so disappointed in Kailen. I had really high hopes for him. :(
Oh well. Tha language in the book seemed so proper and then Callie will say something like "I hate your freaking guts!" It was really hard trying to hear the characters voices in my head; some of their actions and way of speaking didn't seem natural.

I did think the ending seemed rushed, although it was nice for it to just happen and we can all move on. The way it ended doesn't really leave me with much to expect. I don't know if that's a good thing or a bad thing, but I'm still waiting impatiently for the next book in the series. :)
(reviewed 24 days after purchase)

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