Fairly Human (Fairy Godmothers #4)
Version: Kindle Edition, 184 pages
Published (first published April 29th 2004)
*ARC received from Netgalley/BelleBooks/ImaJinn Books in return for an honest review*
Myrtle, Fern, and Blossom have successfully found all three Aaronson siblings their own happily-ever-afters. But in doing that, they’ve stepped over the line. The Fairy Council has sentenced them to live as humans for the next six months. But not as their familiar, comfortable selves. Instead, they’re to revert back to their true forms—gorgeous women guaranteed to make any man stand up and take notice.
The godmothers have always functioned as a unit. Now they’re on independent paths. Each sister collides with a man who makes her feel everything from delight to annoyance. And maybe something more.
Myrtle, Fern, and Blossom soon learn all about a magic that has nothing to do with fairies and everything to do with love. When their six months is up, will they go back to creating happily-ever-afters for people in need? Or will they find their own, instead?
Award-winning author Holly Jacobs has sold more than two and a half million books worldwide. Along with her family and her cover-model dogs, she resides in Erie, Pennsylvania, which serves as the setting for many of her stories, including her Dear Fairy Godmother series.
Fairly Human is about three godmothers Myrtle, Fern & Blossom who push their luck with the Fairy council, as punishment they are sentenced to six months as humans – no magic, no nothing.
I loved the characters each having their own specialty and it was lovely to see them falling in love. I’ll admit I was a little disappointed in parts Holly Fuhrmann could have added a bit more comedy to it. She could have even split this single novel into three books and we could have had a more in depth look into each individual fairy godmother and their other half.
That being said; this book is a lovely cozy read that you can pick up and complete in a few hours.