Be Fairy Game

Be Fairy Game

They’re baaacckk! When a simple ‘find & fetch’ case throws private investigator Twig Starfig and newly-minted wizard, Quinn Broomsparkle, into the middle of an EBI murder investigation, it’s just another day in the Elder Realm. If murder were Twig’s only problem, he’d be the luckiest half-dragon in the land. Murder he can handle. Fulfilling his promise to his schemin...

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Title:Be Fairy Game
Author:Meghan Maslow
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Be Fairy Game Reviews

  • Len Evans Jr

    I just love, love, love, love this series and this book. The author manages to perfectly blend the romance, humor, action and the sexy times into one awesome whole. The character's living in this book quickly become good friends and are perfectly imperfect. Story wise, the author did an excellent job of maintaining the suspense and mystery throughout the entire book. I cannot wait till book three is finished and I get to spend some more quality time visiting this world and its people once again!

  • Melissa

    And so are cute kittens so this is the best way I can express how I feel. :)

    I love Twig, Quinn, Bill and now Cookie!!! Cookie is a new character and we don't know what she i

    And so are cute kittens so this is the best way I can express how I feel. :)

    I love Twig, Quinn, Bill and now Cookie!!! Cookie is a new character and we don't know what she is, beyond a cute little furball with healing abilities. She is too sweet!

    I listed to the audio and once again Greg Boudreaux did an amazing job. Amazing isn't a good enough word. There are no words good enough to describe how well Greg does with this series.

    for the audio, and the story. I am just in love with this series and DEMAND everyone get it. NOW! :D

    There is so much going on in this installment, attempted assassination, treasure hunting, suspect tailing, family problems, battles, political elections, demons, and of course dragons and wizarding. ;D

    Twig and Quinn are hired to find a special object and this starts a series of events that are too funny. Add in Twigs father, Bill and his boyfriend, and now the adorable Cookie, and you have a crowded story with so much entertainment I didn't want to stop.

    And nope, I am not saying more. You will just have to get the book - cough - AUDIO - and experience this for yourself. So much fun! And I know what the next book is going to be about! And I'll tell you - Quinn has been summoned by the wizard (or was it magic?) council. Remember, Quinn was made a slave to what's his name unicorn in book 1 to pay his debts because Quinn didn't become a full fledged wizard. And he didn't become a full fledged wizard because he couldn't find his familiar, which turns out to be Twig, the Dragon. :D Now that Quinn has found his familiar and is a full blown wizard, those jerks from the council want him to appear before them. Blah! :D

    I can only imagine what those people are going to say to Quinn and I am so excited to hear what Quinn and Twigs response will be. I am like an evil villain rubbing my hands in glee I am so excited for book 3.

  • Meags

    Twig Starfig and Quinn Broomsparkle are back for another adventure. This time the half dragon/half fairy investigator and his wizard mate become deeply entangled in a murder-mystery when a new case throws them in the middle of a power grab for a mythical hammer.

    Shit’s getting a bit crazy and dangerous in the Elder Realm for Twig, Quinn, and their demon friend Bill, what with their investigation going sideways and Twig’s father constantly popping in to nag Twig about running for a sea

    Twig Starfig and Quinn Broomsparkle are back for another adventure. This time the half dragon/half fairy investigator and his wizard mate become deeply entangled in a murder-mystery when a new case throws them in the middle of a power grab for a mythical hammer.

    Shit’s getting a bit crazy and dangerous in the Elder Realm for Twig, Quinn, and their demon friend Bill, what with their investigation going sideways and Twig’s father constantly popping in to nag Twig about running for a seat on the Lighthelm town council.

    On top of all of this, Twig and Quinn still haven’t officially completed their mate bond, both struggling with the potential impacts it might have on their autonomy and their relationship in general.

    The stakes are high and are getting higher every day, but Twig and Quinn make one hell of a team, and with their friends, new and old, they might just be able to solve the mystery and save the day, all while growing closer and more in love than ever.

    I enjoyed this story a great deal; possibly even more than the first book.

    Maslow has blended so many genres I love here and she does it with a skilled and imaginative hand. This series continues to deliver some excellent world building, lots of fantastical and kooky characters, a whodunit mystery that’ll keep you intrigued and guessing, a tasty dash of romance and passion, and plenty of fun and frivolity to keep the overall mood light and playful.

    This one took me longer to read than usual, but I’ve decided that was more to do with my mood and social schedule than any kind of disinterest in the story itself. Once again, I enjoyed the journey Twig and Quinn went on. I particularly loved the secondary characters (Cookie was adorable and damn handy in a dire situation) and I’m now super psyched to see what comes next, not only for Twig and Quinn, but (especially) for Bill

    .

  • * A Reader Obsessed *

    Overall a highly entertaining sequel!

    This continues to impress with a large contingency of fantastical beings, implementing this time around dark elves, crooked dwarves, an imp, a vamp, and a goblin, not to mention gargoyles, more dragons and demon goodness, hellhounds, griffins, and garden gnomes galore!

    What failed for me just a tad was that this was on the side of too long, mostly encompassing Twig and Quinn’s intense but new, relationship. Bo

    Overall a highly entertaining sequel!

    This continues to impress with a large contingency of fantastical beings, implementing this time around dark elves, crooked dwarves, an imp, a vamp, and a goblin, not to mention gargoyles, more dragons and demon goodness, hellhounds, griffins, and garden gnomes galore!

    What failed for me just a tad was that this was on the side of too long, mostly encompassing Twig and Quinn’s intense but new, relationship. Both these guys have a shit ton of issues regarding their pasts, regarding their need for independence and control, and when you toss in wizard/familiar dynamics with a potential mate bond messing with their magical mojo, their relationship is anything but easy. Hence, they debated, they argued, they avoided talking at times, they went caveman on each other. It was repetitive with circular arguments going round and round making my head spin and decreasing my enjoyment a bit…. BUT!!!

    All in all, the story arc, the set up for the next sequel was impressive, delivering a well thought out mystery steeped heavily in fantasy. There were also some enlightening answers about Twig’s background, and seeing Twig and Quinn grow their own special brand of family (which was absolutely the best part) plus having some nice smexy obviously didn’t hurt things at all. Most importantly, I was entertained, especially with the last 3rd of the story which was crazy intense, leaving me worn out and affected in all the best ways. The dangling new threads left by Maslow only reassuringly solidified that more is to come for this unique series!

  • Simone

    Greg B. is a wizard par excellence himself, I swear. He once again sold me a story beyond my limited go-to genres and made me enjoy the hell out of it.

    Oh, and I want a Cookie myself! Umm, the furball kind, not the tasty ones, although I wouldn't mind those, either. ;-)

  • Eugenia

    Fabulous audiobook!!! I loved getting back to Twig and Quin and the boys (wizards, demons, fae and new friends...and enemies).

    Snarky and adventurous, what more can a fantasy lover ask for?

  • Al *the semi serial series skipper*

    I had missed Twig and Quinn! I enjoyed it , Twig, Quinn and Bill doing investigative work, what could go wrong?

    New characters are introduced and a prophesy has been unearthed, can't wait for the next one!

  • Line

    This took me

    to long to finish and I have no excuse, other than I think I might be in a slump.

    The story was quite fun at times and the menagerie that Twig and Quinn managed to gather around them (seriously, they need a castle if their clan continues to grow like this...

    : I hear the residence of Nyx is available;-) was entertaining and inventive.

    One thing’s for certain

    is not lacking in the imagination department.

    One of my main issues with this one draws back to book 1 though, and Quinn’s indentured servitude

    This took me

    to long to finish and I have no excuse, other than I think I might be in a slump.

    The story was quite fun at times and the menagerie that Twig and Quinn managed to gather around them (seriously, they need a castle if their clan continues to grow like this...

    : I hear the residence of Nyx is available;-) was entertaining and inventive.

    One thing’s for certain

    is not lacking in the imagination department.

    One of my main issues with this one draws back to book 1 though, and Quinn’s indentured servitude and the evil,

    Unicorn known as Brandsome.

    Why he is still breathing with all of his limbs attached, has me scratching my head.

    Especially considering Twig and his dragon’s tendencies to see red every time Quinn is in danger or stubs his toe.

    I understand that Twig can’t just kill everybody

    (

    " Afterall) but it bothers me

    that there were no consequences for the rape and torture of Quinn for 3 years.

    Because, let’s be honest,

    And this brings me to

    scene in this book. The scene where Quinn is pushing the boundaries

    !

    Twig has said (more than once) that he is not ready to bottom, that he does not feel safe like that and that he doesn’t want it, but when they follow a vampire into a sex-club (where Quinn was often taken when he was with Brandsome = abused

    ) the owner sprays them with some sort of powder (Viagra and ecstasy in one lovely combo /s) Quinn’s inner ‘Dom’ shows up and he basically tells Twig to spread ‘em, and then

    It was… Disturbing, to put it mildly, and what bothered me even more is in the next chapter they have this convo:

    I was not... All-together

    reading the previous scene and then this; it was

    at best, considering they were under the influence and not of sound mind at the time.

    What makes it even

    for me is the imbalance in their relationship, since Quinn wields an immense amount of power over Twig. And I

    understand their reasoning for not mating, but their relationship reads unequal at times.

    Another issue I have with this story is Twig’s parents (

    for those of you who know me😉) and their weird behavior and Twig’s acceptance of said behavior.

    We get to meet Twig’s mother here and that meeting and the subsequent excuses and forgiveness going ‘round was all-together lackluster -IMO.

    As I understand it, Twig’s childhood was

    with neglect, bullying and fights and to listen to his mother now, saying it was for his own good, had me doing a doubletake!

    Next we have Twig’s father. And his

    disdain for Twig, Bill and Quinn had me wondering why Twig would continue to allow him into their home as well as fall in line every time Auric commands something.

    I know he provided the residencies for Quinn and Bill, but every time he visits he calls Quinn a whore to their

    faces and he calls for putting Bill down again and again. And Twig... Twig just lets it happen.

    I am

    about the lack of backbone, considering the rest of the characterization of Twig, and his unwillingness to stand up to his horrible father (it finally happens, but it took

    to long!)

    Scratch that, I just have a lot of

    on this matter.

    All in all I

    enjoy the universe and the imagination going on here though. I enjoy all of the

    crazy creatures that show up and I like their clan, and how it’s slowly growing.

    But sometimes, I feel, that things are mentioned and then left behind, like the 6-headed dog that Twig should have taken home -IMO.

    It seems, once in a while, that Maslow’s imagination has taken off without her, she then reins it in again, but doesn’t completely finish that train of thought.

    Another example is 'Cookie' the furball-thingy. I’m having a tough time imagining how she/he looks and where their noises come from since they’re all fur.

    In the end I

    curious about the next one, since there is unfinished business here (not a cliffy, but the whole story arc is not resolved yet and there are more things to come -

    ).

    I will give it a go, since this one

    have great moments and fun characters and a universe that was quite interesting.

  • Linda ~ chock full of hoot, just a little bit of nanny ~

    3.5 stars

    This wasn't quite as much fun as the first one, though it certainly had its highlights, namely Cookie, who I kept picturing as a tribble. A tribble with some very plot-convenient abilities.

    The mystery was a bit convoluted as Twig and Quinn try to hunt down an infamous troll hammer that keeps eluding them, and Twig's also having to manage the election campaign his scheming dad wrapped him into. Since I probably won't remember much of it in a few weeks:

    3.5 stars

    This wasn't quite as much fun as the first one, though it certainly had its highlights, namely Cookie, who I kept picturing as a tribble. A tribble with some very plot-convenient abilities.

    The mystery was a bit convoluted as Twig and Quinn try to hunt down an infamous troll hammer that keeps eluding them, and Twig's also having to manage the election campaign his scheming dad wrapped him into. Since I probably won't remember much of it in a few weeks:

    I'm not really jiving with this whole wizard/familiar thing between Quinn and Twig. Twig made a big deal over it in the last book because Quinn bonded with him without full disclosure, and now it's just a thing between them. I feel like he got over it a little too quickly. The few times Quinn has to "pull rank" in this one were not pleasant to read about, even if a couple of those times were necessary, and he's a bit of a hypocrite each time he does it. I would've preferred more apologizing over it at the least. *shrug*

    So this was a little uncomfortable at times and not quite as carefree as the first one to make up for the power imbalances that peeked out now and again. Especially when everyone kept pushing Twig aside to hit him over the head with the Very Important Lesson of learning to rely on others. I was starting to think he'd get sidelined for the entire book, but thankfully that wasn't the case.

  • *~*~Fawkes, Padfoot, and Prongs~*~*

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