Foxtails What happens when you take Regency era England and throw in a mythical tailed fox Elizabeth Pendry is a book worm who likes to believe in fantasy Little does she know she s about to discover that f

  • Title: Foxtails
  • Author: Erica Laurie
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 245
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • What happens when you take Regency era England, and throw in a mythical 9 tailed fox Elizabeth Pendry is a book worm who likes to believe in fantasy Little does she know she s about to discover that fairies do indeed exist And not all magic is good.

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    1. I discovered this book through an author I follow, Elicia Hyder! I'm glad she made a post about it because I really enjoyed this book! A regency romance involving magic, nine tail foxes and a women just trying to keep the love of her life and protect her family!

    2. DNF'ed 46%While I was intrigued by the idea, and did like Elizabeth, I have to agree with another reviewer who said the author has a tendency to just end scenes abruptly. This makes for rough transitions and choppy flow overall.

    3. Foxtails was a great book with fun characters and an entertaining plot that kept me wondering about what would happen next. I loved seeing how all the characters and their relationships developed throughout the book and I plan to read more by this author because she did a good job of creating a magical world that drew me into the story.

    4. Elizibeth falls for a mysterious young man George but can he really be a mythical creature? Magic isn't for real, is it? And what is she to do about Nathan Throckmorten who seems determined to pursue her no matter how many times she tries to politely say she isn't interested?This story is a lovely romance story but it also has some mythical creatures adding a fantastical element, plenty of suspense as the reader is never sure exactly what is happening to the various characters (have they been in [...]

    5. I really enjoy this author's work and this book, while, in my opinion, quite different from her others, is no exception. I think the story is very interesting, Elizabeth, Sara Jane, Edward and James are such a sweet family; so dedicated to each other and so endearing. George, Simon and Tristan are incredibly good-hearted and kind, as well. I wished for nothing but happiness for each of them and I was engrossed by the journey Ms Laurie took me on throughout the story with all of the challenges an [...]

    6. Foxtails by Erica Laurie is a cute Regency romance mixed with magic and fairy tale style storytelling. The story is told in first-person from Elizabeth Pendry, the youngest sister of four siblings just trying to keep their family together after the death of their parents, point-of-view. There is a definite Jane Austen feel to this story, and that is anything but bad.The story is filled with mystery, fantastical creatures both good and evil, magic, and Regency style romance. I found Elizabeth and [...]

    7. Cute attempt to merge Korean mythology of the gumiho (9-tailed fox) with Regency romance and lots of adventure. The narrative was confusing at a couple of points and the use of modern language where it wasn't historical appropriate made my buying into the world building harder, but I persevered to the end to see what happened and i'm willing to check out other titles by the author because I like the idea of the mythological world we got a glimpse of here.

    8. Regency FairytalesYes Elizabeth, fairies are real. They live in our imaginations and our dreams. Sometimes they even inhabit our waking moments and our hearts. Love from the realm of fairyland finds Elizabeth, but just like in our world there also exists evil to spoil our happiness. What a wonderful story of fairy tales, love and villains.

    9. I did love the book! There were somethings in the story that made me give it only a 4 star rating. Though I won't give away any spoilers.

    10. I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. This was a lovely book that created it's own mythology, which included the nine-tailed fox which was refreshing and fun. I loved Elizabeth and it was fun to see her navigate the ton while getting herself involved in a magical power play. Will definitely read again.

    11. I liked the concept, but wow was this book a mess! There were loads of grammar mistakes- everything from improper punctuation to misused words. The author rockets back and forth between several points in time and it doesn't always advance the plot. It jolts you out of the story instead. It also seemed like she couldn't figure out how to resolve several scenes, so she would just abruptly end them. I was really disappointed in this book. It has potential if it undergoes extensive editing. It was a [...]

    12. Was a pretty good book and I read it in one sitting . Found myself wanting to smack a few folks in the story as I became more involved in it. The ending turned out different then expected.

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