Charity has a secret. She’s a fairy godmother, with the ability to grant any wish via a glimpse. Charity doesn’t mind; she likes helping her fellow students. Then Charity meets Noah. He’s the ex of one of her clients, and Noah thinks Charity should stop messing with people’s lives. He wants her to get his crush back, or he’ll reveal her secret.
Charity plans to keep granting wishes as soon as she helps Noah, but then one fulfilled glimpse goes horribly wrong. Should she stop granting wishes? Charity soon begins to rely on Noah as more than a friend and wishes he was more. But Charity knows fairy godmothers aren’t meant for love. Can she fix what she broke and get her Ever After with her dream guy?
I really enjoyed this book and found myself rooting for the nicely developed romance. Charity is a very relatable character with equally relatable issues, and I like that her love for Noah was developed over the book instead of being instantaneous. I was overall pleased with the book and will be rereading it!
|Page Count||384 pages|
|Publisher||Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers|
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