My Review: Maven is a middled aged, average lady going through a tough time. She is jobless, has no money left, her phone is disconnected and she's living on peanut butter and coffee. Things take a weird turn when Maven goes to the library to use the computers for job hunting. While she is there, she finds a book about granting wishes. There is a dollar bill inside which brings about great change in Maven's life. Maven gets a call on her cell phone (which is dead) to come to a job interview. She goes and is hired as a fairy godmother.
Tasked with granting wishes as a way to keep the belief in faery tales alive, Maven has issues with granting frivilous wishes. Maven wants to grant what the person really needs and not what they ask for. Will she be able to find balance?
I thought this book was a fun, cute read. I read it in a few sittings. Maven reminds me of a favorite aunt. I really liked Tulip, the other fariy godmother-in-training. The side characters were fun and likable as well. I love how the author gave new life to the tales we all know and love.
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