Saturday, July 11, 2015

Review: Fatal Faeries by: Joyce and Jim Lavene


Title: Fatal Fairies
Author: Joyce and Jim Lavene
Publisher: Self
Series: Renaissance Faire Mystery Book #8
Pages: 181
Format: e-book ARC
Source: Great Escapes Book Tour

Description:

When a fairy named Apple Blossom is found dead in the Good Luck Fountain at Renaissance Faire Village, Jessie Morton makes a wish she lives to regret–that her husband, Chase Manhattan, is no longer the Village Bailiff. She doesn’t want him to look for the fairy’s killer and ruin their plans to go away for their first wedding anniversary.

Trapped in a timeless ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’ experience, Jessie is transported to a different Village to face the consequences of her wish where Chase isn’t the Bailiff, and he’s not married to her.

Jessie’s fairy godmother who granted the wish tells her that she must find a way to make Chase fall in love with her again, and they must discover who killed Apple Blossom, if she ever wants to go back to the life she knew.

My Thoughts:

This book was crazy good in this one we follow Jessie Morton when she makes a wish that she ends up regretting with another murder taking place in the village Jessie wishes Chase was no longer Baliff, but what she doesn't count on waking up and having her world turn upside down and having to make sense of it.  Very much like It's a wonderful type themed experience Jessie has to learn somethings are better left not wished.

I loved it so much I couldn't put it down it dragged you in wondering how Jessie was going to fix the mess she created with her wish.  How was she going to Chase back to being hers and solve a murder.  She also had to be careful not to muddle up the situation too much with what she knew.  

It was such a great story I think all mystery lovers will love reading it and trying to see what Jessie does next and how she handles certain situations.  Definitely a die hard fan of this series it has so many fabulous characters and keeps action and adventure alive for sure!!

2 shout outs:

Brooke Bumgardner said...

Joyce and Jim Lavene write the best books. I love everything I read by them. Thanks for sharing a great review! This is one of the series I want to read from the beginning.

Joyce Lavene said...

Thanks for having us here!

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