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(How to be the Best Damn Faery Godmother in The World… or Die Trying – Book 2)
by Helen Harper
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Available on Kindle and Kindle Unlimited
Down and Dirty
Big haired former drug faery, Saffron, is back and getting into even more trouble. Fast, fun and magic filled, this is free on Kindle Unlimited.
What is it about?
(Blurb from GoodReads)
You don’t have to be mad to work at the Office of Faery Godmothers. But you do have to be magic.
Saffron Sawyer is a faery on a mission. She may no longer have the same rose-tinted spectacles about her job as she once did, but she’s still determined to be the best faery godmother that there is. And when she’s given the role as leader of a taskforce designed to hunt down the elusive trolls, she knows it’s her time to step up and be counted.
Juggling her new responsibilities while dealing with difficult clients isn’t easy, however. Danger lurks around every corner – and Jasper, the handsome and powerful Devil’s Advocate, is continually looming over her shoulder in the office.
Can Saffron prove her worth to the world of magic? Or will she make one mistake too many and find herself in mortal danger?
Thoughts on Wish List
Read my Review of Book 1 Here
I do so enjoy Helen Harper. She has a way of crafting characters and situations that make for an entertaining tale – with enough mystery and flirting (I’ve yet to read one with all out heat – not saying she hasn’t written them, just haven’t read one yet) to push the plot forward.
This book, featuring faery godmothers and an entire unknown realm of faeries and other magical creatures, all with jobs, is fascinating and read worthy. Add in a smoky and broody hero, a fizzy haired heroine, mystery and a decades long quest for vengeance… and you have a book that will thrill for hours.
- Well written.
- Love The concept
- The Devils advocate…. oh yes.
- The metaplot and how it rolls.
- Some parts were a touch slow or jumbled, not enough to hinder the story though.
- Sigh…. moments I really felt like the FMC was smarter than me and had to really think to figure out how she has drawn the conclusions she did.
First Person, Single POV
Character Age Range
Fun, fast and delightfully entertaining this Faery Godmother tale is free on KU and should find a spot on your TBR today.
Published October 7th, 2019
If you enjoyed this review of Wish List, please consider checking out a few of my other articles.
- Blood Oath by Raye Wagner – A Book Review
- Shadow Caster by Debbie Cassidy – A Book Review
- The Cursed Hollow by Candace Wondrak – A Book Review
What are you reading today? Have you started this series by Helen Harper yet? How about other books by her? Favorite? Leave me a comment, I would love to talk!