What happens when the fairy tale is over?
Once upon a time, a lovely maiden from Fresno married the man of her dreams. After the honeymoon, she waited for the "happily ever after" part... until her Prince Charming turned out to be a toad. Now Holly Bishop is about to write a new chapter in her life. She moves to San Francisco to become an event planner -- only to find that she is dealing with a gorgeous fairy godmother for a boss and corporate witches wicked enough to sabotage her future. Not to mention the egomaniacal frogs Holly finds lurking at the bottom of the dating pool.
With no one to save her will Holly slay the dragons herself and stand on her her own for the very first time? Will the man behind the mask at her costume ball make her believe in love again? And will she risk giving up her dreams to become the heroine of her own story?
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Wanted to like it but couldn’t.
The main character is just too selfish to be likable. The only selfless thing she did felt out of character to me. Even the friendships don’t seem very fostered unless the other character is doing something for her.
Boring and no HEA
Maybe I just didn’t understand this book but it failed on so many levels IMO.
No action, it was boring to read over and over the same thoughts the girl had. And the ending...what’s up with that?!
I totally enjoyed this book. The mother/daughter conflict was right on, and the characters were enjoyable. The only thing I had a problem with was how a girl struggling to pay her rent could eat out so much, lol. Totally recommend this book.