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December 12, 2016

FAIRLY SAFE by Deborah Ann Davis

JACOB HAS COME A LONG WAY FOR AN ORPHANED FOSTER KID. He has a mentor, a great job, and has finally fallen in love. Granted, she mistook him for a stalker when they met, but every relationship has its little problems. Unfortunately, for the past few years, as the object of his affection pops in and out of his life, she has refused to share any personal info, like where she’s from, or her real name. Regardless, Jacob is ready to take their relationship to the next level. Now, if only he can locate her so he can tell her.

CASEY’S FAMILY IS IN THE WITNESS PROTECTION PROGRAM. Safety has to be their only priority. Their cover has been blown before, so Casey knows at any given time they could be forced to disappear again. Obviously, a shy young man with hopeful eyes cannot possibly be added to the mix. You cannot build a relationship like that. Now, if only she can stop thinking about him.

JACOB’S AND CASEY’S WORLDS UNEXPECTEDLY COLLIDE when Jacob inadvertently helps hide her family. Exposed to their 24-7 vigilance, Jacob realizes he must come up with a plan to keep them out of harm’s way, because this time if Casey disappears, she will be taking with her Jacob’s heart, and his hopes of finally having a family of his own.
 


FAIRLY SAFE
Love of Fairs
Book Two
by
Deborah Ann Davis
 Fairly Safe by Deborah Ann Davis
  • Paperback: 356 pages
  • Publisher: D&D Universe, llc (July 30, 2016)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1942009054
  • ISBN-13: 978-1942009054

About the Author

Deborah Ann DavisDEBORAH ANN DAVIS is the author of the quirky Love of Fairs series. Fairly Certain came out in 2014, with Fairly Safe due out in July, 2016. Her third book, Fairly Obvious is forthcoming. Deborah's writing is influenced by her 25 years of teaching Environmental Science, Biology, and Earth Sciences to hormonal pubescent teens. Many of her characters are combinations of her students. She is currently completing a workbook for teenage females, Girl's Guide to Good Guys: The Power of Being Patient and Picky. Deborah is an Educational Speaker, and does workshops on everything from Teenagers And Science, to The Path to Publishing. As a Certified Personal Trainer, she actively promotes increasing the amount of movement throughout your day via Wiggle Writer posts on her blog, Merry Meddling.

MY THOUGHTS
 I read Ms. Davis' first book Fairly Certain and loved it.   This, the second book after just a few pages has me hooked.  This book is written for YA but I certainly don't fall into that category.   The book is based on a legend.  A legend of a magical tree.   For safe keeping of the magical tree, it was cut and a Gypsy Kissing Booth was built from the wood.   The legend was if you were kissed on your birthday while standing on these magical boards, your fate was set.  The author gives you a little bit of everything,  a little magic, romance, suspense and mystery. This is a fun filled read with some mystery, love, a few secrets and most important, you can laugh.   The characters are very well developed.  I loved the lesson the author put through, blood does not a family make.  Once I started moving through the pages, I found  I didn't want to put it down.
You can't help but grow to love the characters. The author has made them real with real life issues.  The story will touch your heart strings and you may even find a tear or two falling down your cheeks from times to times.   The author delivers a well written story with a solid plot, developed characters and a desire for the reader to keep reading.  On top of that it's a good clean read and we don't get a lot of that sometimes. Exceptional book.  Exceptional author in my opinion.  The books in this series are stand alones if you like. I would highly recommend this book to anyone, any age. Awaiting the next book in this series.

I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author and voluntarily decided to review it.

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I would give this book a solid 5 STARS.

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