Review of Queen Morgana and the Renfairies, By Teel James Glenn

There was a time, long ago, when the land of Faerie and the human realms stood open to each other. Anyone who desired it badly enough could cross. But Morgana, the queen of the Fairies, has had her heart broken one too many times. The best way to protect herself from the pain of loving mortal men is to close the ways between the worlds. If both worlds have grown a little darker because of it, that’s not her problem. A least her heart is safe.
Of course, even a creature as powerful as Morgana cannot close them all—at Renaissance Faires, a place where the Fair Folk are so desperately desired, the ways can be opened by an (un)lucky few. Someone powerful knows it, and plans to use that knowledge to change the worlds forever…
This book was a hilarious mix of film noir and A Midsummer Night’s Dream, with a few fun trips to the Ren Fest thrown in and even a little sidetrack into Tijuana for the stout of heart. It was poignant in places but always entertaining. I recommend it for adult fantasy lovers with bawdy senses of humor. Enjoy!
Queen Morgana and her minions are available on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Queen-Morgana-And-The-Renfairies-ebook/dp/B0079UVRXI/ref=cm_cr_pr_product_top
And Barnes and Noble: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/queen-morgana-and-the-renfairies-teel-james-glenn/1109114228?ean=9781611602340

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