Sunday 19 November 2023

BBNYA Spotlight - The Flaws of Gravity, by Stephanie Caye

This year, the Book Bloggers’ Novel of the Year Award (BBNYA) is celebrating the books that made it into Round Two with a mini spotlight blitz tour for each title. BBNYA is a yearly competition where book bloggers from all over the world read and score books written by indie authors, ending with 15 finalists and one overall winner.

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Length: 315 pages

Genre: Fantasy, Thriller

Age Category: Adult 

Date Published: 1 April 2022

Amazon Link: UK




The Story Graph


The existence of tequila is at stake. Oh, and humanity too.

Half-Faerie Jude’s been playing both sides of a supernatural cold war. While collecting a paycheck from the Consilium for fighting against the Faerie Court, she’s also helping her friend Aubrie search for illicit magic behind their backs. Aubrie wants more than magic, though, and when Jude finds herself pitted violently against her human colleagues on his behalf, he lets her take the fall.

Now she's got enemies everywhere. Before she can cut and run, preferably to a warm, sandy beach somewhere in the vicinity of “The Hell Away from This Mess,” a shady group of Faeries steps in. They want her to steal the spell Aubrie’s searching for, that would give him the power to merge the human and Faerie worlds and control both. In return for Jude's help, the Fae promise her freedom and safe, anonymous passage to her chosen sandy paradise.

There'd better be one hell of an umbrella drink waiting.

Author Bio

Stephanie Caye grew up in Michigan wanting to be a famed, reclusive novelist.

Then she moved to Texas, got a job in tech, started volunteering with shelter cats and dropped both “famed” and “reclusive” from her childhood dream.

She now lives in Montreal--happy to have four seasons again--still working in tech, still volunteering with cats, and still writing.

A former recipient of a University of Michigan Hopwood award, her urban fantasy novel The Flaws of Gravity was published in 2022. The sequel comes out this fall.

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