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Ebook Kissed by Starlight by Lynn Bailey read! Book Title: Kissed by Starlight
The author of the book: Lynn Bailey
Edition: Jove
Date of issue: May 1st 1999
ISBN: 0515125059
ISBN 13: 9780515125054
Language: English
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Following the death of her father, the heroine knows her future is very uncertain. She's bastard, a cast off from her father and her mother- a woman thought of as a whore. Her stepmother has tolerated her presence in her house because of her father only and now that he's gone, she's quick to want the heroine gone as well. In despair, the heroine sheds tears at the foot of a statue in the garden only to find that statue come to life and take the form of a very hansom but cold man. He proclaims himself to be Fey and thanks her for freeing him from his prison but it's clear he wants nothing more to do with a human woman. The heroine wakens days later from a very nasty sickness to the hope that everything was just a dream, that the madness plaguing her family has not taken root inside her. But the man shows up soon after she awakens. He is kinder and just as beautiful as ever. He takes it into his head to help her, offering to return favors in repayment of what she did for him but it's not in the heroine's nature to ask for anything of herself. No, when she can no longer deny the hero's truth, she asks him to help her stepsister who is mentally ill. And even if this aid sends her to prison but her stepmother, it's worth it to hope that her loved one is healed. The hero has alterative motives for his presence and his offer of aid. He needs to gain the heroine's trust than betray her in order to break the curse on him and see his powers returned. And such a task show be no real hardship considering he's never considered humans as anything but an annoyance at best. But the problem, he finds, lies with the heroine. She confused him. She doesn't say or act like a human should. She's selfless, kind and heartwarming. She makes him feel protect and possessive of her, making him want to fight her battled for her and surrender to the need to have her for his own. It infuriates him to see how she is treated. It enraged him to see so many men take her poverty and misfortune for an excuse to illicit affairs. Skin to skin touch allows her the power to control him and he finds himself willingly granting her this gift time and time again. He finds himself punishing all those who are unjustly mean and cruel to such a sweet creature. He finds himself falling in love with her. The heroine doesn't understand the Fey man's desire to help her and she doesn't use him for his magic, though at times this frustrates him. Instead, she sees a wounded man inside and decides to treat him like a human male not a magical granter of wishes. And she struggles to understand this growing need to love him and be with him even knowing they are destined to part. She could never live in his world and he chooses not to live in hers. The betrayal hurts but she is easily forgiving. No the true pain comes with the idea that she can never have her for her own. This was a book that I liked for it's characters but disliked for it's plot. The scenes were just a jumble of bouncing from one problem to another. The heroine went from unwanted burden in her stepmothers house, to criminal, to head mistress of a orphanage, back to being unwanted burden on her family and finally to seeker of mystical treasure. I was a little frustrated with the lack of finesse and clear story arch. I did greatly admire the heroine who, even at the young age of 19, acted and behaved wise beyond her years. Indeed, I imaged her to be at least mid twenties because she was so calm and poised. She was thrown a lot of conflicts in her short life and she shouldered all of the stoically. She did genuinely seem to want to help others even at the disadvantage to herself. The hero, I loved. He was not a man who possessed or portrayed emotions at the start and indeed, what he started to feel towards the little human both frustrated and confused him greatly. He didn't know why he was suddenly so attracted to and compelled into helping the heroine but that didn't stop him from aiding her with r without her request. In fact, he seems angry when she didn't ask for his help. Together the chemistry was okay, maybe a bit lacking at times and certainly a romance that I felt was a tad rushed. I can't fault the book as a whole though as I found myself really liking the characters.


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