known she was different since childhood. As a result, she has been
alone, except for her best friend. One night, a gorgeous stranger
saves her, and she feels an instant connection to him.
Faerie Prince Ayan
must keep the key of worlds safe from the sorcerer, Garinick. After
a dangerous encounter with the evil human, Ayan winds up in Earth
realm. While he is there, he meets Heather and quickly learns that
she is his long awaited true mate.
I had a difficult
time finishing Ayan. It kicked off an action scene
with Ayan outwitting the villain, and plummeted. The main issue was
the plot fell flat on originality. Many of the supporting
characters were so predictable. Ayan and Heather weren’t terribly
interesting. Heather sometimes irritated me with her childish
reactions and pointless naiveté. Ayan seemed impulsive and
The book is loaded
with explicit sex scenes that left me feeling as if I were a pervert
peeping into Ayan’s and Heather’s bedroom window. I also thought
everything could have been concluded much sooner.
Ms. Lory is gifted
with a vivid imagination and solid writing. She does a superb job
of setting up everything for the next installment. As much as I
anticipated reading this novel, I felt let down. I do think that
Ayan would appeal to her fans and readers who prefer
more traditional romance. Sadly, it wasn’t the book for me.