Book Title: Fight For This
Author: Suki Fleet
Cover Artist: Natasha Snow
Release Date: January 31, 2020
Genre/s: M/M Paranormal Romance (fairies)
Trope/s: Friends to lovers
Heat Rating: 3 – 4 flames
A fairy who can’t control his glamour, and the growly Guardian who adores him, must stop the Veil that protects all fairy-kind from being detected in the human world from being destroyed.
Grey and Si have been dancing around one another for months.
Grey’s helpless attraction to fairies (and one fairy in particular) is a source of endless frustration—but as his energy can damage a fairy’s glamour, he can’t let himself get close.
Si is different to other fairies and he’s wearing down Grey’s defences. When Si discovers the Veil is thinning around the school where they both work—putting the students and teachers there at risk from detection—he needs Grey’s help to fix it.
Problem is, Si isn’t a true fairy, he’s just a magical mistake. For as long as he can remember all his glamour has done is messed up and broken stuff. Though Grey maybe older and wiser about a lot of things in the human world, he’s pretty clueless about all things magical. He doesn’t even know the Veil exists until Si knocks himself unconscious trying to save Grey’s reputation after a night out.
But it’s funny how mistakes work out. Even funnier how trusting one another can help even the most impossible events turn out all right.
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Barely supressing a shiver, Si let the full rush of his glamour flood through him. Nothing else felt like this, the giddy flare of it as exhilarating as diving off a high rocky outcrop into a breathtakingly cold sea. Admittedly, he was probably a little addicted to the rush—magic in all its forms was notorious addictive. But more than that, for a brief second, Si was connected to everything—plugged into exactly the right place—powerful enough to affect change in the world, and unlike every other second in his life, he felt like he knew just what to do.
This was the good bit, the bit that convinced him that this time it wouldn’t go so horribly wrong.
Opening his eyes, he scrunched his toes against the soft threadbare strands of carpet and steadied himself.
Grey’s presence hummed comfortingly near. When fairies were in love, they could share their glamour, heal one another with it, share energy and connect with each another in a way that sounded so similar to the mating Grey longed for that Si wondered if it wasn’t the same thing. And the sex when you were connected was supposed to be fucking mind-blowing.
Si shook the thoughts from his head. He needed to focus.
Across the room, Greene’s eyes began to widen comically. Probably he could feel the ripple of Si’s magic as it charged the air around him, but Si didn’t care; there was nothing in his contract that said what he could or couldn’t do. And unless Greene transported him from the room somehow, there was nothing he could do to stop him either.
The urge to dramatically clap his hands together was strong. But good magic didn’t announce itself, as Levi, his mentor, used to say.
Si took a deep breath, then murmured as softly and as clearly as possible, “Let the truth be known.”
For an instant, the air shimmered, filled with the scent of dying leaves, oranges, freshly brewed black tea.
The world seemed to expand. Details became richer.
The truth was known. Si was certain of it, even if the details of how it was known eluded him.
A giddy, joyous feeling that whatever he’d done had worked danced in his chest, a feeling so at odds with the shocked expressions of everyone in the room. But it didn’t matter how they were staring at him. It had worked. He had worked. His glamour wasn’t some cosmic joke for other fairies to laugh at. It was useful. He was useful.
So why was all the air being sucked from his lungs? Why was the happy feeling disintegrating? Why was the world beginning to blur? But before he could come up with any answers that made sense, Grey’s carpet tilted towards him with the unexpected speed of a rollercoaster, and all the warm light suddenly drained from the room.
Grey is a teacher in a special school. He’s been told he’s a guardian, there to protect the magic beings at the school. He’s also been told his type don’t mess with the fairy type in any way. Which is currently making his life hell. He has desperate needs and wants involving a specific fairy.
Si a miserable failure, half fairy and half human. He can’t control his glamour. He really can’t do much of anything, except try to push Grey away and even that is failing miserably. The real issues start when their feeling get the better of them and bring them together in a spectacular way.
Interesting world building here. Full of magical beings that don’t necessarily know they are Fae. I can’t decide if I got to much information or not enough. Main characters were filled out fairly well. Lots of good secondary people. Hoping there will be more from this author. I need some answers.
Review Copy requested and reviewed on behalf of OMGReads.
About the Author
Suki Fleet is an award-winning author, a prolific Reader (though less prolific than they’d like), and a lover of angst, romance and unexpected love stories.They write lyrical stories about memorable characters and believe everyone should have a chance at a happy ending.
Their first novel This is Not a Love Story won Best Gay Debut in the 2014 Rainbow Awards, and was a finalist in the 2015 Lambda Awards. Their novel Foxes won Best Gay Young Adult in the 2016 Rainbow Awards.
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