- I've always heard of fairy godmothers. But fairy godfathers! What a treat this book was, I laughed so hard I literally had tears ~ Marie Hall, author of the Kingdom series
From the AuthorLoving a Fairy Godmother is Book One of the Fairy Tales & Ever Afters series.Fairy Tales & Ever Afters order:
OTHER WORKS BY THE AUTHOR:ENTWINED REALMS series--- Urban Fantasy Romance, where Sword & Sorcery meet the Modern World, and love is the most dangerous force of all...Entwined Realms order:
- Loving a Fairy Godmother (Cinderella)
- Loving an Ugly Beast (Beauty & the Beast)
- Loving a Prince Charming (Sleeping Beauty)
- Stone Guardian bit.ly/StoneGuardianEntwinedRealms
- Stone Embrace (A Stone Guardian After-Scene) bit.ly/StoneEmbraceAmazon
- The Cage King bit.ly/CageKingAmazon
- The Rooftop bit.ly/RooftopAmazon
- The Dream Crafter bit.ly/DreamCrafterAmazon
- Nemesis Underground bit.ly/NemesisAmazon
- File Size: 333 KB
- Print Length: 80 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Romantic Geek Publishing (November 7, 2013)
- Publication Date: November 7, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B007ZVSMES
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Not Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #179,552 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
More About the AuthorBorn to the pothole-ridden streets of Pittsburgh, PA, USA Today Bestselling Author Danielle Monsch started writing in a time long ago, a time when there were not enough vampire stories to read and she had to write her own to fill the void. Yes, such a time of darkness did indeed exist.
Danielle still writes on the fantastical side of the aisle, filled with gargoyles, dragons, vampires, werewolves, elves, dwarves, zombies, magic, mayhem, swords, sorcery, humor, a possible decapitation or two, expectations of bloodshed and violence, and underscoring it all - love and all the happy reasons to keep fighting that good fight.
If you want to find Dani on the web, copy and paste any of the following into a browser window:
Just want to send Danielle a quick email? Easy enough, that's Dani@DanielleMonsch.com.
Top Customer ReviewsBy LisaWieldsWords on February 1, 2012Format: Kindle EditionComment Sending feedback...Loving A Fairy Godmother
Danielle Monsch's imaginative tale of love and romance between a Fairy Godmother and the only Fairy Godfather has the perfect mixture of fairy tale, fantasy and a steamy romance. I was fascinated by the creative twist on fairy tale, which points out some of the human sides of the stories that get ignored or glossed over in children's versions; the issues of sex, physical attraction, and whether or not happily ever after can be had without something more than true love. I grew to love the relationship between the main characters, Tiernan and Reina, although I admit to an initial frustration that at first the attraction seemed only based on physical qualities. I yearned for some interaction between them that showed a love for something beyond the physical, especially as thirty years (in fairy land) have passed from Tiernan's initial wish to become a Fairy Godfather to this part of the story. I wanted more back story or more explanation of the tension before the move to steamy romance. Still I loved the story and the interaction between their story and that of Cinderella, whose Happily Ever After only comes when she accepts herself as a being able to give and receive love. An excellent read for anyone who loves a little fantasy and magic mixed with their romance.Thank you for your feedback.Report abuseSorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try againBy Got Romance Reviews on October 14, 2011Format: Kindle EditionComment Sending feedback...When Tiernan made the wish to be a fairy godfather, he had no idea what it all meant. Reina, one of the head fairies never warmed up to Tiernan, but maybe that's because she secretly lusted after the unorthodox fairy. Affirming Tiernan among the ranks of fairy godmothers will take him finally giving a human a happily ever after, but to get there will mean letting go of his own dissolutions and maybe even finding his own with the fairy godmother of his dreams.
The love story between Tiernan and Reina was the story to watch. I enjoyed watching their love grow despite their personal issues. I didn't love the side story with Cinderella nearly as much as the main storyline. Overall, a very interesting and entertaining (oh and steamy) take on the fairy godmother idea. A great story for a reader looking for a steamy fantasy story with a familiar twist.Thank you for your feedback.Report abuseSorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try againBy Evie on May 31, 2011Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase1 Comment Sending feedback...I really liked this book. I thought the story line was great and fun while the characters are just fun to read. The "fairy godfather" is such a HOT SEXY character that I fell for him right after reading his character. Great read! Give it a try and you will like this book as much as I do. :] Also, try Pleasure Satellite by this same author Danielle Monsch. That book was good too! ^^Thank you for your feedback.Report abuseSorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try againBy Susanm on June 4, 2011Format: Kindle EditionComment Sending feedback...A story with a fairy godmother - and godfather - starts off innocently enough with two strong characters who don't much like each other. Then there's a threat to one and a need to get Cinderella married off Happily Ever After. This romp turns into a beautifully sexy love story; it's cheerful and original.Thank you for your feedback.Report abuseSorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try againBy Night Owl Reviews on October 22, 2014Format: Kindle EditionI have always been a huge fan of fairy tales (no pun intended). Let me be the first to say, this saga is a perfectly enchanting fairy tale that I absolutely adored. Reina and Tiernan, the hero and heroine, are wonderful. Both characters are witty and engaging, and I would love to see more about them in future books. The rest of the characters are just as much fun, and made the story an utter blast. It was not too long or too short, but just the right length for a nice, easy read. The story itself was very easy to follow, however I was a bit surprised to see the story join in with a very well-known fairy tale, nevertheless they flowed seamlessly together. This is a wonderful story that lovers of fairy tales far and wide will love.
Tiernan didn’t want to die. This was supposed to be easy. Go in, slay the dragon, get the girl, ride away and save the day, right? Wrong. Darn Fairy Godmother gave him the wrong instructions, and now here he is, dying, with his guts in his hands. So what’s a dying knight supposed to do with his last wish? Why, wish to become a Fairy Godmother, of course! Tiernan does just exactly that, and now he’s the one and only male Fairy Godmother in their esteemed history. Talk about shaking up the ranks! All of the ladies like him, except one. Reina. And of course, she’s training him. But now he’s got a problem. The Elf King wants him dead. He needs a Happy Ever After to save his life. So off Tiernan and Reina go, to give Cinderella the Happy Ever After she deserves. But can they do it? And can they stop their squabbles long enough to realize their own feelings, before Tiernan’s time runs out?
Review by: Hitherandthee
Disclosure: Review copy from the publisher for an honest review.Thank you for your feedback.Report abuseSorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try againBy ?wazithinkin on February 15, 2013Format: Kindle EditionComment Sending feedback..."Tiernan is one of a kind. Beyond the divine dimples, killer blue eyes, and hard muscled body, Tiernan is also the only Fairy Godfather."
"Amongst Fairy Godmothers, Reina is the best. Organized, efficient, logical."
Tiernan is about to lose his Godfather status because of his lack of producing HEAs (Happily Ever Afters). Reina is sent with him on his mission to run interference in case the Fairy King tries to sabotage his mission to get Cinderella her HEA. Little do either of them know that Sara, head of all Fairy Godmothers, has a mission of her own to accomplish.
"This surely ain't your momma's version of Cinderella." I suppose when I read this line in the description I should have suspected, but I didn't. I thought this sounded like a unique spin on the fairy tale Cinderella, and it was. But it was so much more than that. This novella was very entertaining and quite steamy. It also put a new twist into the Fairy Godmother myth that I really enjoyed.
Reina had her heart broken years ago by a man who wielded his charms very much like Tienan does and as a result she erected walls around her heart. Since Reina is his superior, she had to deal with him. Tienan was very popular with all the Fairy Godmothers as you can imagine, since he was the only Fairy Godfather. Having a Fairy Godfather was very controversial in Fairy Land and the Fairy King was looking for a way to be rid of Tienan since he turned down his daughter the Fairy Princess.
With Ms. Monsch's use of descriptive prose it took no time at all to suspend my disbelief and dive into this story. The plot was creative and moved forward nicely. The dialogue was engagingly witty and meaningful. Reina and Tienan's relationship became the focal point of this story and their journey had a very human aspect.Read more ›Thank you for your feedback.Report abuseSorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Parts of the story felt rushed, but even at novella length it was complete. Handsome knight, stubborn fairy godmother. Read morePublished 1 month ago by J. Lafary
Delightful new spin on fairy godmothers - I really liked the whole bunch but most of all our dynamic duo here, forced to work together and save a fairytale princess from her sad... Read morePublished 1 month ago by LexySky
This was such a great book!!! A fun and fast read but certainly made you feel the feels ;)Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
What a delightful book. Filled with a quirky heroine, a hunky hero, fun plot twist and to finish it off the almighty happily ever after. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Rebecca Andrews
Nice twist on Cinderella & Fairy Godmothers. Take out the sex scenes, & it could be a good story for young girls too old for the old fairytale.Published 10 months ago by Kindle Customer
Ms Monsch has written a delightful tale that combines two stories that include broken hearts, unrequited love, do or die action, and steamy love scenes. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Claudia Smith
The author has created a charming and fun fairy tale world that captivates readers with sassy fairy godmothers and deep romances. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Evampire
It was a different outlook on to popular fairly tales. I would not read this book again. It bored me, it took me way to long to read. Read morePublished 18 months ago by TigerDragon
A sexy revamp of the old fairytales with a twist and this author does not disappoint. Plenty of the traditional tale is left in though the sexy undercurrents are more appealing to... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Nereid
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