Fae Not was a unique and intriquing read about a new version of fae. The only thing that changed this from a 5 star to 4 star was that I wanted more background in the beginning. I understand the building mystery to the society and supernatural beings, but I wanted the farm more clearly explained. Sometimes it felt a little thrown into the middle of a story. Because of this, the farm was sort of vaccuum that I wasn't real sure of the time period of the story. It wasn't until the trip to Wal-Mart and mentions of the Garmin GPS that I was sure it was present day.
However, that being said, I did immediately get drawn into the mystery of Ashton and the depressed Claire. The new twist on the Fae keep me reading as I wanted to know all the details of how the society worked. While the beginning bothered me with a lack of background details, the story really picks up halfway through and kept me reading until I finished it. As Claire's true story emerges and her relationship with Ashton deepens, I really feel fans of the fae will be enthralled. I loved the last half of the book and couldn't put it down but wanted more details of what happened. The ending felt a little abrupt but did give me my happy ever after.