Author: Robert Roman
Publisher: Decadent Publishing
Publication Date: 2010
Genre: Paranormal/Fantasy Romantic Comedy
Rating: 4 Diamonds
Heat Level: sensual
Reviewer: Dana Dean
Date: Oct 2010
Micah Slate has lived centuries, his lonely existence dedicated to the protection of art. Then he meets Ophilia Morgan, a young artist who has transformed herself into a living work of art. Micah thinks she'll never give him a second glance, but she has dark secrets of her own. When a greedy socialite uses Micah's museum as the setting for fraud and destruction, he and Ophilia will be thrown together in a night of mayhem.
I had to include the actual blurb for Mr. Robert Roman’s Fae Eye for the Golem Guy because it is so much a reflection of how this story runs. The cover and title are intriguing. The blurb interesting but deceptive in its serious tone. The main character is made of stone, and the heroine is a tattooed fairy, sweet and tough enough, to turn rock to rubble. Almost every page had something to pull me in and make we wonder what would happen next. I honestly loved this story. I laughed out loud so many times that friends thought I was loosing it. The little gay pixies alone are worth picking this one up.
A slightly slow start and occasionally weighty description kept this from being a perfect score for me, but if you like intelligent or sometimes ridiculous humor mixed with a bit of intrigue and a taste of romance you will adore Mr. Roman’s Fae Eye for the Golem Guy.