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Feb 13, 2014

Cover Reveal - Valentine Wishes by Daisy Banks

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Valentine Wishes by Daisy Banks

Full of good intentions the novice fairy Poppy grants her first big wish at a Valentine’s Day party. The wish to bring her mortals love is powerful but misses its target and lands in the party punch.

All three of her sweet mortal girls take just a sip and each one falls for the wrong man.

There hasn’t been a fairy disaster this bad in centuries, and Poppy has no idea how to put things right. Add to the catastrophe the arrival of Cedar Heartwood, the fairy of her dreams, who drinks the punch too, and Poppy’s dilemma grows.

Cedar loves her in ways she’s only dreamed about. Should she take back the wish from both the mortals and the fairy she adores? She must step with care or lose everything.



Genre: Contemporary Fantasy Romance
Content/Theme(s): Fairies, Wishes
Release Date: February 10, 2014
Publisher:
Liquid Silver Books
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Excerpt:
Poppy sat in thought. I don’t want to lose my mortals but I do want to see them happy. I know I can help them find the mates they want.

Better slow down a bit here.
She bit her lip. I’ve not actually ever made a real big wish happen before, not ever. Somehow, I don’t think a big wish will be so easy as a stay- clean wish to the windows, or a stay-dust-free wish to the shelves. Maybe I ought to think about it a good bit before the party and see if I can remember what they said about big wishes at the court. But, hey, everyone has to have a first!

She crept out into the kitchen with tingles of anticipation making her wings itch. The room smelled fresh and clean. Tonight she had no fear she’d slip on a grease spot as she hovered up and landed on the window ledge. Before she made her way out of the window, she sent a little tiny wish to the surface of the stove to keep it spotless. I’ve done all I can tonight, tomorrow will be the big test. She ducked under the window net and flew out into the fresh air.

While she hovered, enjoying the starlit garden, she tried to remember everything she could about big wishes. The power has to swell through me and I must wait until it’s at its strongest before I send the wish to where it’s needed. Can I do it? Not once, but three times tomorrow night? Can I grant a real big wish for each of them and still have the strength to breathe?

She flew back to her small nest up in the brickwork above the porch and sat with a cup of nectar in her hand. The warmth of roses and the peace of lavender filled her as she sipped. Of course, I can do it, and tomorrow I will.

Before she slept, she brushed out her best yellow gown with the tiny mother of pearl decorations.

She would look her best, dressed in traditional fairy fashion when she granted the wishes her mortals wanted. Satisfaction slid over her.

Tomorrow’s party is going to be something magical.
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Other titles by Daisy Banks:
A Gentleman’s
Folly
Your Heart
My Soul
Fiona’s Wish
A Matter of
Some Scandal
Timeless
Find Daisy Banks at:
DaisyBanksNovels.yolasite.com
Twitter: @DaisyBanks16
daisybanks.wordpress.com
www.pinterest.com/banks1532
Daisy Banks Facebook page
Daisy Banks Goodreads author page
Daisy Banks Amazon author page

Be on the lookout for Daisy Banks's upcoming releases: A Perfect Match coming Summer/Fall 2014

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5 comments:

  1. Thanks for the lovely post. It looks great.

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  2. This is a charming story! Daisy weaves an interesting tale.

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    1. Thank you so much, jj.

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  3. Poppy is such a treat! I thoroughly enjoy all the words & souls that Daisy magically creates.

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    1. Thank you, Heather, I'm glad you enjoyed Poppy.

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