Review of paranormal romance A Fairy Godmother’s Redemption by Maya Tyler
If only your dreams could come true with a Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo…
Becoming the legal guardian for his half-sisters puts a wrench in Drew’s college plans. Photo-shopped nudes of Seraphina threaten her promising singing career.
Sounds like a job for a Fairy Godmother.
The girls think Faye is Drew’s Fairy Godmother…
Faye’s Café was a busy restaurant, but he discovered he enjoyed working there. He served fancy coffees, bussed tables, and even cleaned the floor after closing.
On Thursday evening, right after closing, Faye handed him an envelope.
Faye smiled secretively. “A little something extra.”
What could it be? He knew he already got his share of the tips. Too curious to wait, he opened the envelope, and his jaw dropped. “This is too much.”
“Nonsense. The suit is a rental. The limo needs to bring you home before midnight. Just say thank you.”
“Have a good time.”
He took the stairs to the apartment two at a time, excited to tell the girls. He opened the apartment door and found the girls reading on the couch. “I have a surprise—a good surprise!”
The girls wore identical expressions of cautious optimism.
“Faye hooked us up with a limo ride to the concert.”
Madison gasped. “Wow!”
Mackenzie assessed Drew critically. “If we’re going in a limo, you’re gonna need fancier digs.”
“Already covered. Faye included a suit rental.”
Madison sighed. “It’s just like in Cinderella.”
“You know when Cinderella goes to the ball… Her fairy godmother gives her a new dress and turns a pumpkin into a fancy carriage…” She smiled dreamily. “You know what that means? Faye is your Fairy Godmother.”
He paused at Madison’s words, thinking about everything Faye did this week. With a new job, new apartment, and now a suit and a limo… It did seem like a fairy tale, but he didn’t want the girls getting any unrealistic ideas. “Don’t be silly, Madison. Fairy tales aren’t real.”
Mackenzie’s chin jutted out stubbornly. “Says who?”
Too tired from working all day, he didn’t have the energy for this argument. “Fine, fairy tales can be real. Now get ready for bed.” He caught Madison and Mackenzie sharing a smug smile.
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This was such a cute and feel-good read. Even with all the tension and things going wrong, I smiled a lot while reading. The twin girls are adorable (and crafty for 8-year-olds). They really made some of the scenes pop.
In terms of the romance, it was cute, but it started kind of late in the story. As a result, the whole thing felt a bit rushed. There was plenty of spice for those wanting it. It might have been just me, though, but I found an 18-year-old guy who appears to have had sex only once being way too confident and adept in subsequent encounters. As fantasies go, it’s probably a good one, but I struggled with it. I did like the romance overall, and the fairy godmother angle added a nice touch.
I’m not sure I’d actually call this paranormal romance. Maybe romance with some fantasy. Regardless, if you want a fun read with a happily ever after, this delivers.
About Maya Tyler
Maya Tyler is a multi-published author of paranormal romance novels and blogger at Maya’s Musings. An avid reader, Maya writes the books she loves to read—romances! Her paranormal romances come with complex plot twists and happily-ever-afters.
When she’s not writing, she enjoys reading, listening to music (alternative rock, especially from the 1990s), practicing yoga, and watching movies and TV.
Maya loves to hear from fellow authors and readers! Please connect with her through social media.
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