I won a copy of this book in a contest orchestrated by the author, and I decided to write an honest review of this book.
I was taken the instant I had read the first chapter. I was captivated by the trials that both main characters - the human Teague and the pixi Cailin - had to endure over the course of this novel. The way that the author states the emotions of the characters - both the humans and pixis (yes, that's how they're spelled) - shows how you should never be ashamed of showing off what you truly are inside or out.
I have been a fan of her short stories on deviantART for about a year, and when I heard she turned one of them into a book, I was totally hooked. I must confess (as this is an honest review), I found a few grammar errors in this, but they were few and far between. All in all, I recommend this book to any and all fans of deep emotional stories and those how aren't afraid to show off your true selves.
P.S. I can't wait for the sequel.