As You Wish by Helen Harper – A Book Review

Posted December 15, 2019 by Booksandblurbs in Reviews, Urban Fantasy / 1 Comment

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As You Wish

(How to be the Best Damn Faery Godmother in the World – Or Die Trying – Book 3)

by Helen Harper
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Urban Fantasy
Available on Kindle and Kindle Unlimited

Down & Dirty

A fun and intriguing ride through a hidden world of bureaucratic magic. It’s funny, a bit heartfelt and highly entertaining. Free on Kindle Unlimited.

My Review of Book 1
My Review of Book 2 

What is it about?

(Blurb from GoodReads)

It’s a dirty job when you’re a faery godmother … but someone’s got to do it.

Saffron Sawyer’s world is spinning out of control in more ways than one. Her newly acquired pooch, Pumpkin, hates her guts and it’s highly possible that the trolls are reneging on their promise of temporary peace. Saffron is also on her way to setting the world record for the number of magical wands lost in one month while the continued proximity of Jasper, the emerald eyed Devil’s Advocate, is turning her into a near helpless lust puddle.

Unfortunately, life is never simple in the Office of Faery Godmother … especially when your past mistakes are preparing to come back and haunt you.

Thoughts on As You Wish

My kind of faery!

Frizzy haired, slightly dumpy and perfectly determined! Book 3 advances her relationships, even while things take a decided turn to the left…. sadly enough. The truth will come out!!

There is just something fun about Helen Harper‘s writing style, from her refreshing plots to the humor infused in almost every page. You feel for these characters and hope for the best, even as you see them at their worst. Saffron is no different. She is a multi faceted feature with a spine of steel and dreams of a better future.

If only the office would let her get on with it. Or the trolls. Or the disgraced politician who ‘just happens’ to know about faeries…


  • Dramatic, yet still fun!!
  • Devil’s advocate…. adore him.
  • Vincent… That human is handy.
  • The machinations of the office are horrific.


  • Plot advanced well, but it feels like something is missing.


First Person Single POV

Ending Type



PG-13. Suitable for YA readers, though fully acceptable for older indulgers as well.

Romantic Dynamic


Character Age Range


My Final Verdict on As You Wish

Refreshing and highly original, this book is the third in a continuing sage sure to captivate and entrance. Free on Kindle Unlimited.

Published December 3rd, 2019
217 Pages

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Your Turn

Have you read this series yet? What about other books by Helen Harper? Do you have a favorite? Leave a comment, I would love to talk!


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