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Loving a Fairy Godmother - Danielle Monsch
Loving a Fairy Godmother
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Tiernan is one of a kind. Beyond the divine dimples, killer blue eyes, and hard muscled body, Tiernan is also the only Fairy Godfather. Most of the Fairy Godmothers have no problem with keeping Tiernan around, but Reina isn’t like most Fairy Godmothers.Amongst Fairy Godmothers, Reina is the best.... show more
Tiernan is one of a kind. Beyond the divine dimples, killer blue eyes, and hard muscled body, Tiernan is also the only Fairy Godfather. Most of the Fairy Godmothers have no problem with keeping Tiernan around, but Reina isn’t like most Fairy Godmothers.Amongst Fairy Godmothers, Reina is the best. Organized, efficient, logical. So why is it when Tiernan is around, all those qualities fly out the window? Reina doesn’t like that one infuriating male makes her lose control, and just wants him gone. Circumstances arise that just might let her get her wish, though not in a way she ever wanted.Tiernan is given an assignment and told either get a Happily Ever After or he will no longer be a Fairy Godfather. Reina is going with him to supervise, but if Tiernan gets his way, he’ll not only be supervising that luscious stubborn fairy in bed, but also get her to admit Happily Ever Afters also apply to Fairy Godmothers.Because really, don't fairy godmothers deserve a little lovin' too?*******Excerpt:Chapter One“Oh no, this can’t be. I’ll never hear the end of it from the Fairy Godmother Council!”Tiernan’s fingers curled over the bloody mess that was once his stomach, viscera and blubber sliding through the multiple lacerations crisscrossing his body.How in the nine hells did he get saddled with the most incompetent Fairy Godmother to ever exist? Leading the knight to the dragon, helping him overpower the beast, rescuing the princess and having them live Happily Ever After... Wasn’t that what Fairy Godmothers did every day? Instead, he got one who couldn’t find her butt with both hands.“Glad your priorities are straight, Fairy,” he growled, with not enough strength to lift his head, not enough strength to even raise his voice and yell like he wanted. His legs were numb, and blackness settled around the edges of his vision. “’Go this way,’ you said. ‘Trust me.’ I knew I should never have listened. Since when can a female give directions?”The blond Fairy’s head jerked around nervously. “What do I do?” she wailed, and Tiernan really wished he had the strength to hit her, gallantry be damned. That the female above him was crying, but not due to the fact he was about to die, really set his teeth on edge.“I know!” she cried, her eyes wide as she bore down on him. “I can grant you a wish! You haven’t asked for one yet! Make a wish! You can wish for healing!”What an adventure it would be to become a Fairy Godmother.In his darkening mind, the words ping-ponged back and forth, brighter and more impressive with each volley. Tiernan tried to shake his head and dislodge the traitorous thought that seemed to come from somewhere outside of his own being. Blasphemy, insanity, such a thought. He was a knight.With no king.With no land.With no family.A knight who had nothing and no one to protect.His lungs seized up. He was powerless to do anything but wait to see if they would work again. They did, but not without bringing up a quantity of blood through his throat and into his mouth as the price. Spitting out the blood, he knew there would not be another chance.Before he could reflect, before he could decide if it was truly wise, he simply stated what the voice told him. “I wish I was like you, a Fairy Godmother.”“What?” said Blondie Bimbette, not expecting this. “I didn’t say you could wish that!”“You didn’t say I couldn’t,” Tiernan snapped back. “You just said make a wish. I did, now fulfill it before I die.” With that, he passed out.A cacophony of voices, loud and argumentative, greeted him when awareness came upon him again. His eyes opened, and he saw her...
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ISBN: 9781938593000
Publisher: Romantic Geek Publishing
Edition language: English
Series: Fairy Tales & Ever Afters (#1)
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bloodviolet
bloodviolet rated it
This is the seventh story in the Once Upon A Fairy Tale: A Collection of 11 Fairy Tale Inspired Romances anthology; that I got from NetGalley for review; and it’s one of the better ones so far. I’m still not in love with it, because it’s another one that just feels too much like a contemporary roman...
Naughty Book Snitch
Naughty Book Snitch rated it
3.0
Very interesting short story from a Fairy Godmothers POV. I really enjoyed this and cannot wait to read the rest of the series. The only thing I didn't like is that it was too short and because of that I was a little lost in the beginning. I didn't realize that Tiernans training took 30 years and th...
Lyndi
Lyndi rated it
4.0 Loving a Fairy Godmother (Fairy Tales & Ever Afters, #1) by Danielle Monsch
Freebie for Kindle. Not much to say about this one. It was good, but not great. It was an interesting concept that may have worked better as a full length novel with a bit more conflict. Some seriously underhanded stuff is suggested - it might happen, but never does. This had a lot of promise and ...
Lyndi
Lyndi rated it
4.0 Loving a Fairy Godmother
Freebie for Kindle.Not much to say about this one. It was good, but not great. It was an interesting concept that may have worked better as a full length novel with a bit more conflict. Some seriously underhanded stuff is suggested - it might happen, but never does. This had a lot of promise and did...
Susana "Lost in Fantasy Land"
Susana "Lost in Fantasy Land" rated it
2.0 Not my favourite type of fairy tale retelling
Like other reviewer said, i have to mention, that this story strongest point its the basic concept of it: The idea of a fairy Godfather in a world of Fairy Godmothers.“Tiernan, you better prepare yourself, because you are going to cause quite a commotion as the first ever Fairy Godfather.”Unfortunat...
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