Tuesday, 26 November 2013

Of Stardust by February Grace

What they say:

“Dreams are sacred…”
At the age of twenty-six, single, geeky bookseller Till Nesbitt inherits the shock of a lifetime: a huge Victorian farmhouse filled with unique tenants, and the knowledge that there is a reason she’s always been different. She’s destined to become a Fairy Godmother, because the skills are written into her DNA.

Till embarks on her fairy education at Dreams Come True University with much trepidation, guided on her journey by a unique mentor: a Celtic hybrid with a secret by the name of Gus.

When Till falls head over heels for Gus, will she break the most serious law in the Fairy Code, or will the truth of what really happened to Gus’s parents keep them from repeating history?

Buy links for the book:
Paperback: Amazon 
Paperback: Barnes and Noble

Where to find her online:
Twitter: @FebruaryGrace

What I say:

I was sent a copy of this book by Wendy at Booktrope in return for an honest review.

The books begins with Til working in her parents book shop, she is summond to help her Great Aunt Tilda to sort out some items to be boxed up, she arrives after the Christmas period, little does she know it will change her life forever and open her up to a world she never knew existed, as her Great Aunt has a secret that her family don't know about, it's a secret that also affects Til.  Initially reluctant to believe her Aunt that she is a Fairy Godmother, things slowly start to make sense.

Til is introduced to her Great Aunt Tilda's lodgers who aren't what they seem.  At first Til thinks her Aunt to be eccentric but she isn't and Til's eyes are opened.  The book follows Til through the year after her Aunt's death as she trains to be a Fairy Godmother, the handsome Gus at her side helping and guiding her. The book is a nice Sunday afternoon read, Til is a lovely character, Gus's is lovely espcially the way he looks after Til.  Even Lane, I'm not sure if he's one of the good guys or not.

I've got to say February Grace has done it again and left me with more questions, although I'm happy with the ending of the book, I'm eager to see if there will be a follow up book.  (Please February xx).

4 out of 5 stars. 

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