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You don't have to be mad to work at the Office of Faery Godmothers. But you do have to be magic.
Saffron Sawyer is a faery on a mission. She may no longer have the same rose-tinted spectacles about her job as she once did, but she's still determined to be the best faery godmother that there is. And when she's given the role as leader of a taskforce designed to hunt down the elusive trolls, she knows it's her time to step up and be counted.
Juggling her new responsibilities while dealing with difficult clients isn't easy, however. Danger lurks around every corner-and Jasper, the handsome and powerful Devil's Advocate, is continually looming over her shoulder in the office.
Can Saffron prove her worth to the world of magic? Or will she make one mistake too many and find herself in mortal danger?
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- Sandy M
Not as Good as First Book, But still Good
Way too much friction between all fairy Godmothers. Too petty to be enjoyable. Seems like junior high or high school antics.
Rose and Pumpkin not very unlikable. Redeems herself though. Accent terrible for Rose, and F-Bomb every third word.
Angela is a witch, unlikable. F$@) a puck is used too much.
Like Jasper and even Ethan.
Will download book three
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Good continuation of the series
Book 2 continues right from Wishful Thinking. Saffron is put through her paces when she is assigned Rose, a former assassin who is being actively pursued by a crooked politician.
Then there’s the Troll task force and the sparks with the Devil’s Advocate.
Underneath it all is a bad feeling that something else is not right....see book 3, As You Wish, already out in ebook.
Urquhart’s voice fits this book and audio.
Audible Tech Support: This is my 4th attempt to post my written review. My written review did not post with my starred review on 1/9/20 7:17aCT.
A bit weak
Usually, Helen is a lot better with her lead characters, they are really relatable and sensible. This time however I was often annoyed by Saffron and the "stressful" plot. Her unreasonable desire to fulfill missions alone and then get caught up in trouble is a bit annoying, as well as the obvious love tension which is created by false assumptions which noone really cares to talk about.
Overall rather flat.
However, the side characters of Vincent and Rose were created amiably and Ruth Urquhart does a fantastic job.
But in comparison to her other books such as "The highland magic" or "The complete Lazy Girl’s Guide To Magic" series, it just couldn't compete.