Friday, July 20, 2012

Gabi Stevens

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The Wish List 
Tor Books
May 2010
When Kristin Montgomery discovers her three aunts are fairy godmothers and she's next in line for the job, her uncomplicated life disappears like magic. No, not like magic; it is magic. Kristin not only has to deal with burgeoning magical powers, but also a reluctant arbiter, a selfish sprite, and a suave French sorcerer. It’s bad enough there are no books or classes she can take to learn magic, but someone is out to take over the Arcani world. Kristin has to trust her heart and her instincts to keep herself and the ones she loves out of danger.

ISBN-10: 0765365030
ISBN-13: 978-0765365033

As You Wish
Tor Books
April 2011

Regina Scott, known as Reggie, has made a successful life for herself despite her lack of magical powers. She is content to live out her life as a Groundling until the outgoing fairy godmothers tell her she’s the second new replacement. In the space of a few days, she faces a curse, a plot to overthrow the Arcani world, and an entirely too enthusiastic mother. And she doesn’t know which will be the most difficult to deal with. Can Reggie balance trust, magic, and danger and still find the happiness she deserves?
ISBN-10: 0765365049
ISBN-13: 978-0765365040

Wishful Thinking
Tor Books 
March 2012
Free-spirit Stormy Jones-Smythe lives in a loving community of artists, but when she is chosen as the third fairy godmother, the Arcani world forces its boundaries and expectations on her. Luckily even a rigid and strict bodyguard can’t contain her exuberance.
Stormy is the final facet of the Power of Three. Together with the first two godmothers, Stormy has to face the biggest threat the Arcani have seen since the time of Merlin. Maybe she can rescue a bit of happiness for herself too. If she survives.

My Review:
I had never read books about fairy godmothers before aside of Cinderella. I must admit that I wasn't sure I would like these. After reading the first book I decided to wait until I finished all of them to write my review. Mainly because I didn't want to stop reading the story! I absolutely love these books. Gabi is a wonderfully author and she did a spectacular job on these novels. The story is different (which is awesome) and it is also very well written. I am honored that Gabi thought I was worthy of reviewing these wonderful books. 

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