|Plot Summary of Cupid's Melody|
Jove, Jan 2003, 272 pp.
Faery Nic Stone loves his mortal wife Anna so much so that he begs Fae Queen Titania to confer immortality on his beloved spouse. Titania consents to perform the deed if Nic paints her portrait. However, Titania plays a trick on Nic by not informing him at the time of the agreement that Anna had to die in order to be reborn an immortal.
Twenty-five years later, Nic thinks he finally located his Anna who uses the name Dianna Fielding, a renowned singer. Nic attains a gardening position on Dianna's estate where her sister Stacy also lives. Though Nic is certain that Dianna is his love, he finds himself attracted to Stacy. Nic must tell the real Anna "I love you" to the real Anna or become Titania's slave, the other stipulation in their deal.
CUPID'S MELODY, the sequel to the PRINCE OF CHARMING, is a delightfully whimsical and amusing fantasy romance. The story line will charm the audience especially when those wild pixies take center stage though they do distract from the prime plot. The strength of this tale resides with the characters. Readers will adore the endearing Nic as faces a dilemma that could mean his existence and hiss at the mischievousTitania who always has one more trick up her sleeves. The two sisters are interesting as they cause readers to share with Nic his predicament. Karen Fox enchants her audience with this enjoyable reading happening.
Harriet Klausner, Resident Scholar
|Review Analysis of Cupid's Melody|
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Time/era of story
- 2000+ (Present Day)
- who may or may not be alive
- rekindling love after long time
Fantasy World Romance
Main Male Character
- magical being
Main Female Character
Accounts of torture and death?
- generic/vague references to death/punishment
What % of story is romance related?
Focus of story
- equally on him and her
How much dialog
- significantly more dialog than descript
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