download or read book online in pdf or epub. Read My Fair Godmother (My Fair Godmother, #1) Online. Read / Download now on soundofheaven.info My Fair Godmother. Janette Rallison. To everyone who still believes in the magic of reading. A special thanks to Emily Easton, my editor,. for helping me to make. Enter Chrysanthemum Everstar: Savannah's gum-chewing, cell phone-carrying, high heel-wearing Fair Godmother. Despite a few wish-granting mishaps.
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My Fair Godmother Janette Rallison Walker & Company New York To everyone who still believes in the magic of reading. Audio1, Audio2 My Fair Godmother is a feel-good book that had me laughing A LOT. Janette Rallison has a special talent for bringing humor. cvbn - Get book My Fair Godmother (My Fair Godmother, #1) by Janette Rallison read and download online. Full supports all version of your device.
She owned this silence, not the other way around. He had picked up his books and tucked them under his arm without a glance in her direction. Page Flip: At some point Hunter would take her hand and say, There is no way to do it gently. English Choose a language for shopping. Start your free 30 days.
The dragons, magicians, fairies, evil queens, idiot princes and cyclops ogres are merely props and the world is not nearly vibrant enough to get lost in I will definitely be reading the next installment which - Squeeeee!! Paperback Verified Purchase. This book is just a fun read. Although Savannah at first seems to be the character that you love to hate, she actually ends up as a really sympathetic character who I was rooting for.
I wanted her to get her happy, fairy tale ending, but I wouldn't have thought I'd get there from how I felt about her at the start of the story. I guess that just shows how good of a job Rallison did in writing these characters.
I love a well-written sassy, sarcastic character, and this book had that in both Savannah and Chrissy. Their misinterpretations of each other and comical misunderstandings kept me giggling to myself throughout the whole book.
Chrissy is hysterical from her flamboyant style to her attitude toward her job. It was so fun to see a twisted fairy tale told in this way. Chrissy really is only Fair as a Godmother because she can't manage to do the job correctly.
First Savannah goes back to the Cinderella story, which, in "real life' is not like the fairy tale version. The prince is not so great. This is due to Chrissy not really listening completely - although she says it's because Savannah is not being clear in her wishes.
Then, she accidentally gets sent back to be Snow White. Finally, she has to go back herself to "rescue" the boy who could be her prince at home, but is sent back to become a real prince in fairy tale times.
This book is time travel; and wishes with fairy godmothers; and the world of fairy tales; and a girl coming into her own and finding herself and who she really wants to be.
Savannah has a journey that is enjoyable to follow along with, and it gets so much better once she starts to take charge of her own destiny. See all reviews. Amazon Giveaway allows you to run promotional giveaways in order to create buzz, reward your audience, and attract new followers and customers. Learn more about Amazon Giveaway.
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There was an error reconnecting. Please try again. There is a session opened in another device. Cookies help us deliver our services. Here is the sixteen-page report I put together about the troubled teenage souls involved, so you can see how I used my magic to solve their problems, thus proving I have mastered the magic necessary to pass apprentice level and pursue my education at Godmother University.
Where, I might add, I will totally apply myself. They only paid attention to her while asking for help with homework. She always knew the answers. See, no problem at all. She was. Her eyes were warm and large, even behind the glasses she always wore. It was, unfortunately, her air of extreme competence that scared boys away. Many perfumes promise to lure men to women. None of them smell of motherhood. None of them proclaim the wearer to be tidy, thrifty, and sensible.
At least not in high school. As happens with most life-changing events, she was not thinking about anything important at all. If she had thought of Hunter Delmont that day, those wishes, those half-formed sighs of longing had faded as soon as calculus ended. He had picked up his books and tucked them under his arm without a glance in her direction.
Her seat was at the back of the class. He sat in the front. He had no reason to turn around. She stopped midstride, looking like a Jane statue someone had created on the edge of the sidewalk. Not really such a farfetched idea, actually. The way the teachers loved her, they could have erected a statue in her honor.
Jane forced herself to take another step. She analyzed the situation. He was either resting against her car because. He must want to talk to her. What mattered was he knew she existed. This was clearly a gift from the universe. A whiff of magic and hope that had suddenly blown in. As she walked to the car her steps gained bounce. He was one of the smartest guys in the class. He wanted to talk to her.
She smiled as she approached him; a greeting started to form on her lips, waiting for a kick of courage to spring it into action. Hi, Hunter. What can I do for you? Actually, let me answer that question. Courage is a fickle creature.
Just as you need it, it often makes excuses and rushes out of the room. He looked at her and stood straighter, his expression friendly but unreadable. Jane tried to read it. She tried to read her entire future in that gaze. What did the arch of his dark eyebrows signify? His attention shifted to something behind her and he smiled, a sudden dab of sunshine reflecting in his expression. She turned and saw her sister striding toward the car. Vision is also a fickle creature.
You can see an object a hundred times, a thousand times, and it remains unchanged. Then in one swift second you realize it has been changing all along and your eyes hid it from you. Until then Jane had never realized—Savannah had become beautiful. Even though Savannah was only a sophomore, she was an inch taller than Jane. Not only had Savannah long ago switched to contacts, but the eyeliner and smoky eye shadow she wore gave her a glamorous air.
For mortals, it is almost as tempting to hate beautiful girls as it is to love them, and Savannah had felt her share of both emotions from her peers.
But she had only experienced love from her sister until that moment. Often, it only takes a moment to change everything. We were just getting around to that. Hunter turned his attention back to Jane. Savannah and I are. He shrugged. You know. Neither one of them noticed Jane for a moment, which was for the best, as Jane looked like parts of her had been ripped up and flung into the wind. While Hunter smiled at Savannah, little pieces of Jane fluttered down to the parking lot.
She was able to put on a disinterested stare by the time they turned to her again. How cool is that? It was nice to meet you. An amateur might think that Jane had need of a fairy godmother at this point. Jane was too self-reliant for that. Love kept her drifting around the ceiling, too far up even to notice the usual high school popularity drama that envelops most teenage girls.
We will not dwell on her now. Happy people are rarely interesting. Jane buried herself in her schoolwork, silently mourning with differentials and integrals. Sometimes when the mood struck her, she would lash out with Shakespeare or grow haughty with Spanish verbs.
Occasionally she tortured herself by asking Savannah questions about Hunter. Very smart. He reminds me of you sometimes. Savannah went up and flirted with him. That was it? Her father had suggested it, after all.
Since he was a lieutenant colonel in the marines, he jogged four miles a day. He said jogging could become a family affair. Jane, however, had insisted that it was irrational to run on a track. That was the problem with being smart. Sometimes you overlooked the obvious points— like the opportunity to flirt with jocks.
Besides, how could such a smart guy like Hunter have been captured by mere flirting? Did he not care that Savannah doodled her geometry proofs into abstract art instead of finding out the area of the angles?
Four days after their meeting in the parking lot, Hunter noticed Jane in calculus. He walked into the room and, in an apparent visual aberration, his gaze wandered toward the back. His head jerked slightly in surprise and he walked over to her desk. Beauty school, huh? Hunter shrugged.
Now that they were on familiar terrain, a glint appeared in her eye. Well enough to explain it to you. She enjoyed the look of concentration that came over him as his eyes scanned the numbers. She liked to watch his lips as he said the word maxima. Love makes even smart people act like idiots. For example, even though Jane knew Hunter was dating another girl— in this case, her sister—she began to believe he had feelings for her.
Hunter started picking up Savannah in the morning and inviting Jane to come along. He never seemed to mind that Savannah was late. And what were the chances that he was actually patient? But most important, Jane willed him to like her, and that had to have some impact on his feelings.