A Romantic Comedy
Fiona Cantrell is a woman on a mission. More aptly put, she's a fairy godmother on a mission. Her dream of moving to London is about to come true now that all that stands between her and her new job is a few unpacked suitcases. Or so she thinks until her old boss shows up with one more little task for her to complete before she leaves for Europe. Her new assignment involves a handsome cowboy named Cody, his two rascally nephews, and a mountain of laundry...all of which would be no problem for any self-respecting fairy godmother.
While Fiona manages to handle the laundry and the boys, she quickly learns that she's not immune to Cody's considerable charm. It takes everything she's got to stay focused on completing her task so she can head to London. But when tragedy strikes, Fiona realizes that it will take more magic than she has to try to save a life and mend her own broken heart.
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A good start but needs work
I was provided this audiobook at no charge by the author, publisher and/or narrator in exchange for an unbiased review via Audiobook Boom. There wasn't a lot of story development in some areas. I would've liked to know the connection between the mother and Fiona other than Tessa. It felt a little clunky and then for her to just have appeared on the ranch with Liam. There were other incidents that seemed unlikely that Fiona would've never experienced unless the story background had been a little more developed.
- Lisa Harris
Cute, quick listen
Yes, it's almost always more fun to listen to a book and usually helps you get a better feel for the story and characters.
Yes, I would be willing. The story was fun and made for a quick and easy listen.
The scene when the boys tried to prove Cody loved Fiona by making him think she was hurt.
Fiona. She was the character who went through the most changes.
I would recommend this book however the reader needs to understand that the story is very quick, the plot not terribly developed and sort of rushed, and the wrap up tidy. I generally enjoy stories that are much longer and have a deep, almost convoluted plot line. This is definitely not that type of story.