White Rabbit, Silver Fox (Fallen for a Fae) by Rowan Amaris & Theo Behr

White Rabbit, Silver Fox is an intriguing short story about a fae and a human.

From the blurb:

Twenty years of longing. One night of passion. What could go wrong?

Twenty years ago, rabbit-shifter Wyte was trapped in the fae realm as punishment for taking a human lover. He didn't even get a chance to say goodbye to the human, Tommy. Since then, he's drifted through the years, telling himself he's silly and rootless and not heartbroken at all. But when Wyte gets a chance to return to Tommy for a single night, he takes it. One perfect night, and he'll be over it.

Wyte has one problem. Tommy thinks he's dead. And Wyte turning up on his couch, having not aged a day, isn't helping. Still, Wyte's determined, and Tommy always was a sucker for his pout. Surely they can get back to how things always were. Only, Tommy isn't the closeted, immature man of Wyte's memories. Oh, he kisses with the same rough passion. But there's silver in his hair and new warmth in his smile. And his kindness, the way he treats Wyte with indulgence and understanding, is more than Wyte can bear.

Because this is just one night. Come sunrise, the fae realm will be waiting. And Wyte will never see Tommy again.

White Rabbit, Silver Fox is a second-chance HFN romp with no cliffhangers. It features an indulgent former tough guy turned retired softie and a silly, playful rabbit fae with far more depth than he's entirely comfortable with. There's snark and dry humor out the ears, enough spice to make the eyes water, and reconciliation after too long apart. This is a standalone novella in the Fallen for a Fae series. Each book follows a different couple (though we do love cameos).

Angel's review:

When I first started reading this story I wasn't sure what to expect, the blurb intrigued me and sounded really interesting. I haven't read a book before where a character has been part fae and part rabbit, that was really unique and i quite enjoyed the creativity of Wyte's character. I liked the aspect of Wyte and Tommy being former lovers who have been able to rekindle their spark with one another after so long apart.

You can tell as soon as you read the first scene with Tommy and Wyte that there is history between the two men. Even after all the time apart they still share a deep connection to each other, and are able to pick up where they left off decades prior. I found the story to flow nicely, nothing felt forced or rushed. I do wish this was a bit longer that way we could've seen more from the MC's but that's a very minor thing. This story does end with a HFN ending, so I think we'll see more from Tommy and Wyte in the future.
Overall a great short story!

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