Sadie is lawyer who decides to treat herself with an anonymous hook-up in a Las Vegas brothel after she loses her job and her fiance in one day. Jace is the future king o'the fairies who wants to fulfill his dream of sexxxoring a human before being married to a fairy queen. Put these two in a hotel room and let convenient plot devices do their work.
This isn't the type of book I normally read at all. Did I buy it because the name Casanova was in the title? Because it was on sale for $2? Because I'd just drunk way too much and was really bored? MAYBE. However my purchase came about, this novella proved to be an edumacational experience.
Things I learned from this book:
- Real women are curvaceous.
- Fairy (read: fake) women are skinny. Like the bean poles, as they say.
- Real women also give head. Which is something no self-respecting not-real woman would do. I mean, fairies! Fairy women!
- Watch out for wing globules.
- Also thigh humidity.
- Osculate: verb. Def 1. Mathematics (of a curve or surface) touch (another curve or surface) so as to have a common tangent at the point of contact : [as adj. ] ( osculating) the plots have been drawn using osculating orbital elements. 2. Formal or humorous kiss.
- "... thick, uncut and nestled in a bed of..." lettuce? Is this a penis or a piece of meat? You decide.