“Fairy Tale” by Cyn Balog is an entertaining account of a modern day fairy tale, occurring in New Jersey where the characters are juniors in high school. Fairy Tale by Cyn Balog – book cover, description, publication history. Morgan and her football star boyfriend Cam have been “attached at the hip since kindergarten,” but now their love is threatened by the.
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Truth be told I found the concept of the book appealing, but then the writing was not the best. That model perfect life isn’t as solid as Morgan thinks because as it turns out her utterly amazing boyfriend is a fairy.
Cam and Pip were just adorable and I was hale through all the mixed emotions Morgan was experiencing.
Fairy Tale by Cyn Balog (1 star ratings)
Well-written, funny, and touching–a can’t miss! The main character had every bad female characteristic I could possibly imagine; it actually made me angry. Tape was excited to dig in and it didn’t disappoint. And how did they, the fairies, know that Cam was still alive? Cyn Balog’s Fairy Tale should have been a book that appealed to me.
He’s so innocent and so willing to help Morgan in any way he hy. For example, in pagesMorgan, our first person narrator, thinks, “Blech,” and, “Huh,” twice each, all four times punctuated as single-word sentence.
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The situations the characters get themselves into in the first place are just ridiculous. Morgan wants nothing more than to be with Cam forever. The Heroin was shallow. But Pip is such a dork and Cam is so hot–and is my true love, of course. One day Cam’s cousin Pip shows up and changes their world forever. It felt like my own personalized blend of fantasy and reality.
Dec 26, Carla Stafford rated it liked it.
It’s a hard choice, and she has to remember that as much as she loves Cam, there’s no way to get around the fact that after October 15th their 16th birthdayhe’ll be transported to Fairy, and she’ll never see him again, while good old Pip will be staying fairg. I absolutely loved Balog’s writing style.! Cam is the star of the school football team while Morgan is the school psychic. The emotions there were real and understanding and never once over the top, like water works sprouting every half page.
But when Cam’s cousin Pip comes to stay with the family, Cam seems depressed. Pi Morgan Sparks and Cam Browne are a match made in heaven.
Enter Pip, a strange boy with funny clothes and an old-fashioned accent. Why am I dreaming about kissing Pip? The were also a ttale minor inconsistencies within the story, but not anything that would distract the target market in for a light read. He’s even doing this very hot rhythmitic figure eight with his hips.
This character is really terrible.
Three and a half stars for an usual and unusual fairy story. I didn’t think I’d be happy if it went this way, but I am satisfied in a bittersweet kind of way. Cyn Balog is a normal, everyday Jersey Girl who always believed magical things can happen to us when we least expect them. Then Pip, Cam’s “cousin,” comes to stay with him, and Cam is suddenly different. May 07, Holly rated it it was amazing Shelves: He is the heir to the throne of Otherworld and the Fairy King wants him back to start preparing for his future.
As far as the characters go, at the beginning, I was all for Cam– he seemed like a sweet guy, yet masculine enough to satisfy the ‘strong male’ role that I so love in my romances. His focus has changed. ON to the next book! Eitherway she’s happy and content with the new guy while Cam is off in Fairyland all alone.
This book started off semi-interesting – a girl named Morgan discovers her “amazing” boyfriend, Cam, is a fairy. When the psychic, Morgan, finds out that her boyfriend, Cam, is really a fairy who was switched at birth with the Brownes’ human son, Pip, she struggles to find a way to prevent Cam from leaving her and returning to his home in Otherworld to become king of the Seelie Court.
Morgan is probably the most annoying character I had ever read.