Review: Faerie Fool by Silver James

Faerie Fool by Silver James
Release Date: November 30, 2012
Publisher:  The Wild Rose Press
Pages: 262
Source:  Publisher

In a previous life long forgotten, Rory MacDermot vowed never to lose his heart. But then he meets Delaney Burns. Again.

In life after life, the man Rory was slips beyond Delaney’s grasp, and she falls for the wrong man. This time, Delaney turns to Rory for solace and discovers she’s loved him in every lifetime. So why the barriers between them?

Neither believes in reincarnation, but as their dreams reveal the past, they realize their memories hold the key to the future. To keep history from repeating itself, they must pronounce the binding words before the Faerie feud spills into the mortal realm, but the words dance beyond Rory’s memory.

When the fae harper arrives to collect Rory’s old debt–his life for Delaney’s–he’s dragged to Faerie, leaving Delaney the hostage of a disturbed man. Can Rory escape and save her? Or will he lose her…this time forever?


Review: As I began reading Faerie Fool, I wondered what I had gotten myself into. I found that I was a bit confused, however I continued to read this tale and fell head first into this story and everything falls into place. A story with Irish lore, trying to change what fate has written for you, reincarnation and finding love, all the makings of a good story!!

Rory MacDermot, our hero, is what I call one of those tough guy guys. He is built well, smart, good looking and can scare the crap out of you with just one look. Well he is is a sniper for swat. I really thought I was not going to like Rory, this is not the case though. He is an extremely well written character. He puts others before himself, has a job saving others, he feels deeply and seems to just how to get into your soul. And Rory does this in all in incarnations of life.

Dr. Delaney Bruns is one of those women that you like but you want to shake her and ask what is wrong with you!! LOL! She is smart, pretty and a bit witty! But can’t seem to see what is right in front of her at times. It took her time to open her mind to thing her did think she could and that gave her the self-realization to allow her to have what she really wants.

Faerie Fool is well written story rich with detail, humor and passion, family, and fate. Silver James hooked me with her well-developed characters, intense plot lines and the ability to heat up the pages with the written word! I highly recommend this book to anyone who likes a bit of Irish lore or some fate tampering Fae!