Since I never had brothers or sisters of my own, I adopted him into that role. We played and fought and played some more, just like real siblings. Then we grew up, and apart. I missed him.
SUE: Then you moved back to the farm after you inherited it and there he was.
LYSSA: Yes, only he wasn't the same carefree, sunny Gabe I knew when we were kids. He had some deep trouble eating at him, something I'd never seen before. I was determined to find out what it was and help him if I could.
LYSSA: And you'll have to read the book to find out what happened with that. I will tell you that it took me into situations I never would have believed possible. I'm still not sure I believe some of it. Gabe always did believe in elves, though.
SUE: Uh... Ok. The book, Donovan's Dream, is listed on the publisher's site as a fantasy romance, but I noticed on Parker's website she calls it an Ozarks fairy-tale mystery. Which is it?
LYSSA: Sorry. Maybe I shouldn't have mentioned that. That Parker woman made me promise not to give too much away, but whatever she thinks, I've got to say this: Don't count on seeing pointy ears. You can't recognize them that way.
LYSSA: It's all of those, and a few other things besides. The romance