- Holiday Tales from Fairyland by Joe Cosentino Release Day Review
Holiday Tales from Fairyland by Joe Cosentino Release Day ReviewHot
Halloween in Fairyland (Ichabod and Brom)
Based on the story of Ichabod and the Headless Horseman, this story is a true sign of the times. It deals with “alternative facts” and religion in a way that is wholly, sadly, relevant in today's world. Challenging the concept of religions that follow some laws but not others, the homophobia of a world riddled with greed and that vilifies anything different from themselves, it draws upon the current political climate in a light-hearted story of love, acceptance and learning.
Winter Solstice in Fairyland (The Night Rider)
Cheeky, sweet, and rip-roaringly fun, the stories were longer than the previous book in the series, and that worked really well. The world-building and characterisation were really nicely done, and I loved that the whole thing was shrouded in romance and acceptance, with a holiday flavour that made me wish for cold nights snuggled up in a blanket with a good book.
“I may not be able to remember my past, but I know I've never loved anyone – until I met you.”