I must say, this book is fun, amusing and delightfully refreshing. We meet a group of quirky Fairy Godmothers! Fairy Godmothers??? Don’t let that cause you to run in the opposite direction! They are a great group of ladies. I enjoyed getting to know them. They are a tad unorthodox but so lovable.
And then . . . Lexi. She is so much fun. She enjoys helping people. She solves their problems and she’s good at it, until it gets overwhelming. Well, the Godmothers ask her to join their group. They are going to train her to become a Fairy Godmother. Sounds nice. She means well, but she does get into trouble.
We also meet Harriet, a trainee and Oliver. Harriet is so sweet and loving every minute of her training to become a Fairy Godmother. Oliver is a great guy. He’s always there for Lexi and helps, all the ladies, any way he can.
Evil lurks! An ancient horror is about to be unleased! 😲
This book is well-written, and it moves along at a good pace. I don’t think it’s possible to be bored while reading this story. I would say it’s fantasy/fairy tale. Any age twelve and older would enjoy it. I recommend it!