The Trouble with Fairy Godmothers by Kimberly King

Young Llama Thoughts
  • Adventurous
  • Christian Friendly
  • Easy Reading
  • Humerous
  • Youth Appropriate
Overall
4.2 Llamas

Review

This book is AWESOME!!!! (And I just want to say thank you to Kimberly King for sending me this eBook; I LOVED it!) The book is VERY funny and totally clean, though there is some mention of too-tight clothing and push-up bras. (As well as a belly dancing chain, but it isn’t inappropriate! It’s just for older, teen girls.)

The book is about a girl who just wants her first kiss, and she finds out she has a fairy godmother!!!!…Who doesn’t really know what she’s doing! There is magic in the book, but it’s basically just good spells, fairy wands, portals, and funny fairy godmothers. Normal magic 🙂

And the girl in the book, Nikki, is trying like nonstop to try and get her first kiss before the school years up! She jumps form boy to boy, and embarrasses her self a-lot and a few friendships get stretched thin; but the book was still soooooo FUNNY!!!! (I could of read it all day! But eBooks sometimes give me headaches so I had to take breaks… Like 5-sec breaks!!!! I couldn’t put it down!!!!!)

Over all, LOVE!!!!! I totally suggest this book to older girls, (12 and up) and I can’t wait to read the 2nd one!!!!! Love ya all!!!!!! -The Young Llama Reader.

Pros

  • A very funny magical book for older girls!
  • Totally hilarious!!!!!

Cons

  • Lots of mentions of tight clothing or underwear

All Nikki Baker wants is her first kiss. All her fairy godmother wants is to get the job done as quickly as possible. Hilarious adventures follow when Nikki discovers her fairy godmother’s magic isn’t quite up to par…along with her taste in boys. Nobody is safe as spells bounce around from the school’s biggest nerd to the biggest jerk in ninth grade, and everyone else in between.

As love triangles grow ridiculously complicated, Nikki soon discovers that being a boy magnet has its downside. One best friend starts hating her, and another stops at nothing to prevent Nikki from getting her happily ever after. Is love really worth the cost of friendship? Nikki must decide for herself, but that means betraying either her best friends…or her impatient fairy godmother.

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