Don't Expect Magic
Delaney Collins doesn't believe in fairy tales. And why should she? Her mom is dead, her best friend is across the country, and she's stuck in California with "Dr. Hank," her famous life-coach father—a man she barely knows. Happily ever after? Yeah, right.Then Dr. Hank tells her an outrageous... show more
Delaney Collins doesn't believe in fairy tales. And why should she? Her mom is dead, her best friend is across the country, and she's stuck in California with "Dr. Hank," her famous life-coach father—a man she barely knows. Happily ever after? Yeah, right.Then Dr. Hank tells her an outrageous secret: he's a fairy godmother—an f.g.—and he can prove it. And by the way? The f.g. gene is hereditary. Meaning there's a good chance that New Jersey tough girl Delaney is someone's fairy godmother. But what happens when a fairy godmother needs a wish of her own?
Publish date: November 8th 2011
Publisher: Delacorte Press
Pages no: 256
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Young Adult Fantasy
, Fairy Tales
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
Series: Magic (#1)
Delaney no creía en los cuentos de hadas, pero es una hada madrina... ¡irónico!Este libro me encantó! Me encanta el sarcasmo que utiliza todo el tiempo Delaney, lo friki que puede a llegar a ser Flynn (Awww, Flynn*-*), la alegría de Cadie, los discursos de Hank xD Andrea... bueno, ella llegó a deses...
2.5 stars.I really rather disliked Delaney at first. I felt kinda sorry for her, what with losing her mother and all, but the way she is written does not elicit your sympathy. She has an attitude that gets old really fast.Flynn was okay but honestly, you don't know him half as well as you feel you s...
It was fine. A little overly teenage angst and emotion for my taste. Not nearly the magical or fun piece I thought it would be. Very modern in its style and sensibilities. I will not be continuing with the series.
As I started this book the first thought that came to mind was "this seems like a Janette Rallison kind of book". It had the same quirky, magical humorous that I love. Luckily it was present throughout, which made for a highly enjoyable read.I had mixed feelings about Delaney. She started out as thi...
When I think of a faerie godmother I am thinking of something like this:Bibidi Bobidi Boo! :DBut after reading this book I think I'll never look at them the same way!:)When the book started Delaney was going to live with her father and she was really pissed at him and she was constantly sulking an c...
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