Fairy-Struck

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Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Fairies live among us; their presence forgotten by all except for the humans who once fought them. There is an ancient truce between us now, maintained by two military forces; the human Extinguishers and the fey Hunters. But that truce is threatened when a cynical Extinguisher meets an arrogant Hunter and a forbidden passion flares between them, uncovering secrets that alters both of their worlds. More
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About Amy Sumida

Amy Sumida lives on an island in the Pacific Ocean where gods go to play. She sleeps in a fairy bed, high in the air, with two gravity-defying felines and upon waking, enjoys stabbing people with little needles, over and over, under the guise of making pretty pictures on their skin. She has no filter but has been fortunate enough to find friends who appreciate this... or at least tell her they do. She bellydances and paints pictures on her walls but is happiest with her nose stuck in a book, her mind in a different world than this one, filled with fantastical men who unfortunately don't exist in our mundane reality. Thank the gods for fantasy.
The rest of this series is available on Amazon.com, there are two at the moment but will soon be much more, six are waiting for publishing and more are being written.

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metysia liefden reviewed on on Sep. 9, 2015

I loved it. It didn't go at all the way I thought it would. I was practically on the edge of my seat the entire time. Amy Sumida, I love your writing even though I expected this book to be funnier considering godhunter you made up for it in none stop action and awesome characters. I kind of fell in love with Conri. I also loved the amount of detail with which the scenery was described (most of the time), as well as the slightly poetic but mostly modern style of writing it really suits the lead character and it's really fun to read.

P.S. if I sound a little ridiculous forgive me it's my first review ever given.j
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