EDITORIAL COMMENT: As of January 2009 the title changed to FAIRY TALE. The cover stayed the same except for the new title.

Morgan and Cam have always been together. Their fun and easy friendship naturally transitioned into a comfortable and loving relationship. Everything is perfect. They seem to be a match made in heaven. They even share the same birthday and Morgan and Cam have been planning a big sweet sixteen-birthday bash for months.

A week before the big event things start to change. A stranger named Pip moves in with Cam and there seems to be secrets surrounding the reason for his appearance. Morgan begins to get a glimpse of what is going on when Cam drags her into an empty classroom at school and reveals a pair of wings ready to burst out of their encasement on his back.

Cam is a fairy. He is the heir to the throne of Otherworld and the Fairy King wants him back to start preparing for his future. This isn’t how Morgan saw her life at all. How is she going to spend the rest of her life with Cam if he is a fairy? More importantly, how is she supposed to plan and enjoy a sweet sixteen party when it’s the same night Cam is supposed to go over to Otherworld?

Cyn Balog has done something interesting. She has written a wonderful fairy story, but we get to experience it through Morgan’s human point of view. The characters are loveable and the story is unique. Fans of Melissa Marr’s WICKED LOVELY and Cassandra Clare’s MORTAL INSTRUMENTS series will definitely want to read FAIRY LUST.