I got this book through the Amazon Vine program; it’s an uncorrected proof advance reading copy.
This book is about two sisters Jane and Savannah. When Jane unwittingly steals Savannah’s boyfriend well, Savannah gets help from an expected source; her “fair” (not fairy) godmother. Savannah’s Godmother didn’t do all that well at fairy school, so she is stuck doing an extra credit project; that is granting Savannah three wishes. Except the wishes don’t really go how Savannah thinks they are going to.
Let me say loud and clear that if you are a typical, young, teenage girl you will probably love this book. This book is cuter than cute and matches the bubble gum pink hair of the fairy on the front. It’s all about boys, popularity, and cloths. Then you throw in some fairy tales and suddenly you have a teeny bopper book with a message.
This is a fun book and a cute book. It is not a surprising book and not a particularly creative book. It was enjoyable to read, but not fantastic. My biggest problem with this book is that I think things got kind of contrived and muddled at the end. I mean all of the sudden Savannah is multiple princesses all at once, even though supposedly her first wishes are done. I thought this was maybe a bit of a stretch and could have been better done by the author.
Other than that, this book delivers exactly what you think it will deliver. Cute, cute, cute, fairy, teenage fun. Personally I wouldn’t read another book from this author, but it this is your thing this book is well done.