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What Do You Say to a Naked Elf?

What Do You Say to a Naked Elf Jane Drysdale is a secretary by day sex toy saleswoman by night and obsessed with old TV series reruns in her spare time It s a routine boring life Then her car hits a shape shifter elf disguised a

  • Title: What Do You Say to a Naked Elf?
  • Author: Cheryl Sterling
  • ISBN: 9780505526199
  • Page: 211
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Jane Drysdale is a secretary by day, sex toy saleswoman by night, and obsessed with old TV series reruns in her spare time It s a routine, boring life Then her car hits a shape shifter elf disguised as a bunny, and before she knows it, she s transported to the magical world of Lowth and put on trial for vehicular Elficide.It s not anything like what she s watched on LawJane Drysdale is a secretary by day, sex toy saleswoman by night, and obsessed with old TV series reruns in her spare time It s a routine, boring life Then her car hits a shape shifter elf disguised as a bunny, and before she knows it, she s transported to the magical world of Lowth and put on trial for vehicular Elficide.It s not anything like what she s watched on Law and Order Her legal council is half fairy, half elf Charlie Whelphite, who spends part of his time trying to decipher Jane speak, and the rest of it mourning the loss of his nice, comfortable rut Self conscious of his wings in a wing free society, he doesn t need them vibrating whenever she s near A dormant side of Jane emerges She soon takes charge of her life, dragging Charlie along, as they begin an epic journey of danger, destiny and mutual attraction Lowth, which has an agenda of its own, alternates between helping and hindering them on their trip through swamps, white water rapids and encounters with a homicidal elf.As Jane and Charlie confront their heritage and the difference between their worlds, the answer soon emerges to the question What Do You Say to a Naked Elf

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    1. This book was better than I thought it would be. I rather enjoyed it and thought that the characters and story were well created. That is, until the end. I felt that the ending was a bit rushed and too pat. Everything came together in a way that, although not unexpected, seemed a little too perfect.

    2. I picked this book up at a Library used book sale. Yes, I'll admit it I bought it ONLY because of the title! It's really good so far!I LOVED how the begining of it takes place in Walker, MICHIGAN! Not far from me at all! I used to work in Walker so I know exactly what she's talking about. Such a page turner! I spent many nights up way too late reading this! I finished an hour or so ago. SUCH a great ending!

    3. I LOVED this book, have reread it multiple times, and plan to reread it more later!! It's funny, very romantic, great well-written dialogue and the steamy hotness parts are well-written. Great story line and World-building, loved the characters. The world is like a grownup Harry Potter.Jane, female lead, reminds me of a grownup Pollyanna (Pollyanna movie), always looking to make a bad situation better, always trying to help people, even if she puts herself at dire risk. She consistently makes ch [...]

    4. A romance/fantasy combination that was published by Lovespell, this book had some potential, but quickly lost it. The main character, Jane Drysdale, is a pushy, brassy woman who lost my sympathy in the first few pages. She is abducted by a band of elves and taken back to their world for trial – she ran down a rabbit that was actually a shape-shifting elf. Her representative, Charlie, is a Welphite (which seems to be some kind of elf/fairy cross – he has wings that he’s been ashamed of most [...]

    5. I'm using this book to cheer up after reading "Cat's Eye" - it kind of rocks my world. XD The protagonist has a tendency to do and say things that I myself might do or say. Of course, it does do that romance-novel thing where the couple spars all the time and there's *tension* which at times feels a little like "Why don't they just TALK TO EACH OTHER?" But while it's definitely not high literature, it's funny and very fun . . Wow, having just finished it, I have to say that this book had more pl [...]

    6. Other than the title being catchy, this story which starts out with a bang becomes very annoying quick. The heroine Jane is the reason the story is so tedious. Jane is one that is so outspoken to the point that you want to tape her mouth up. I suppose it was meant to be funny and cute but after awhile you wish some wizard would make her vanish. Our annoying heroine accidentally runs over a rabbit, which in actuality is a shift changing elf. A band of elves kidnap her, including the hero Charlie [...]

    7. I picked up this book on a recommendation of a friend who knows my taste in books, so, Thank You Amy H!!I really enjoyed this book. Jane Drysdale is on her way home from a business party late one night, when a bunny hops in front of her car and causes her to crash. Her "rescuers" end up taking her through a portal, where she is put on trial for the "murder" of a shapeshifting elf (the bunny).Discovering it's not a dream, she discovers she's in a world of elves, fairies, dwarves, wizards and a de [...]

    8. I have often wondered what the difference was between Paranormal Romance novels and the Urban Fantasy style that I usually read and this book answered my question. Paranormal Romance (just like a normal romance that I wouldn't usually read) is more based around the romantic story and sex rather than the underlying story.I loved the alternate world that Sterling created in this book full of elves, fae, goblins etc but in my preferred genre I think the romance between Charlie and Jane and all the [...]

    9. Jane Drysdale hits a bunny with her car, and is immediately transported to the fairy-world of Lowth to stand trial for the murder of a shape-shifting elf. Her lawyer/bailiff, Charlie is a handsome elf/fairy half-breed with mesmerizing wings. After her arrival, Jane finds she may be the key to an important mystery.The writing style is engaging, littered with 'Earth-slang' and pop-culture references. The world of Lowth is well-thought-out (unlike a lot of fantasy/paranormal romances) and captivati [...]

    10. I had been eying this book for a while (I mean YEARS) before I finally gave in and bought it off . From the book description, how could you not?! And I was so glad that I did!I couldn't put the book down once I started! Jane is such a hilarious character - she speaks her mind, loves her Earth-isms, and isn't afraid to trust her instincts. And I love that Charlie is her opposite in every way, serious, her 'stick in the mud'. And the book kept you going! You'd think that they were so close to solv [...]

    11. Jane Drysdale accidentally runs over a rabbit, which in actuality is a shift changing elf. A band of elves kidnap her and take her to their land of Sylthia for the crime of running over the little bunny. Charlie is the lawyer in charge of helping Jane out. Boy meets girl or rather elf meets girl. Troubles and then love. Typical romance with a little twist.Jane is a most annoying character who sells sex toys in real life and speaks her mind without thinking. I think it was supposed to be funny bu [...]

    12. What Do You Say to a Naked Elf? by Cheryl SterlingI picked this up because I thought it was a spin-off of How to Flirt with a Naked Werewolf by Molly Harper which I thought was cute. If you liked that you should like this.In What Do You Say to a Naked Elf? Jane Drysdale is on her way home and hits a bunny rabbit. She is then kidnapped by elves and informed that the bunny she hit was a shape shifting sheep stealing elf and she must pay for hitting him. Fun, complications and romance ensue.

    13. FINALLY DONE WITH THIS. I didn't think there was anything worse that Love, Rosie, but I've been proven wrong. At least Love, Rosie, had large margins and huge pages so you could make fun of it while you were reading it. What Do You Say to a Naked Elf? anticipates the fact that you're probably going to deface it and reacts by evolving to have only a slim margins. Oh, the plot sucks. That's all I'm going to say. Prepared to be underwhelmed. Now I can finally focus on doing what I originally intend [...]

    14. I was shelving this book at the library when I saw it, and decided to read it based on the cover only. I figured its the holidays, it's got an elf in it, I'm game. The book helped me survive the car dealership waiting room, but if I were home I may have put it down sooner. It was cute. It had fantasy stuff I like. It had comedic chatty banter that made me irritated at fellow cynical women. Ehm. Cute.

    15. I am the author of this book, so my review is highly biased.Jane is a duck out of water when she lands in the magical world of Lowth. Some reviewers find her abrasive, but I wrote her as being in denial and just trying to find her way home.Charlie is a definite beta male. He just wants to be left alone. Jane and fate (for that matter, Lowth as well) have something else in store for him.This was my first published book, and it will always have a special place in my heart.

    16. Totally different from anything else I've ever read. Cute story but not for me. It was just sort of meh! I think there was a good book in there somewhere, but it never jumped out at me. I didn't get the impression that Jane really loved Charlie. I think she desired him, but love. I don't know. Anyway, I was disappointed.

    17. I normally read fantasy that is darker and more violent but with a title like this I was intrigued. I wanted to enjoy this title more. And, I think it had the potential to be hilarious but felt like it tried too hard. It was cute. There were a few scenes that I liked, but the humor did not last for me and the plot was too predictable. Amber S.LibrarianMahon Branch

    18. I don't normally read romance novels. I don't even remember how I originally came by my copy of this. I figured "what the heck, it's kind of "fantasy"". I'm glad I read it. Laughed my ass off. Even got turned on by a scene or two. Have shared it with a few friends. Silly, but fun.

    19. OMG, I loved this book, much more than I thought I would. I want to see more of the world this author created and more of the characters. I can see whe perhaps set it up for a sequel, or a series and I would love to see it continue.

    20. I almost loved this book. The only thing that kept me from it was the heroine. I could never become too sympathetic to her because of her flippant attitude about the magical world she had fallen into.

    21. At first, I wasn't into this book. However, it was funny in parts, so I kept reading. I was completely drawn in! I usually don't read fantasy, but I very much enjoyed this and will look for more by this author.

    22. The strange title made me read this book. I don't think it really reflected anything about the plot, however.Filled with elves, fairies, a wizard, etc - this book was certainly filled with adventure. The ending was far too syrupy, and therefore was a big let down. Tied up way too easily.

    23. This was an amusing and fun read, though a little confusing at times. It seemed like an ambitious attempt to create an alternate world and I thought perhaps it was the first in a series, but when I googled the author, it looks like she hasn't published any other books.

    24. If you can find this, BUY IT!!! A little soft erotica about an elf named Charlie (I kid you not!); perfect for the end of a long weekahaha! >:)

    25. 3 stars was generous. I had a hard time sticking with this book for the first 100 pages. it got better but was mostly predictable even when I was enjoying the middle of it.

    26. Odd and quirky, this book ended up being a lot of fun. I enjoyed the character and the world building.

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