Mar 6, 2014

Of Stardust

Of Stardust 
by February Grace

Book: Stand Alone
Publisher: Booktrope
Pub Date: Oct 28 2013
Genre:Young Adult
Format: eBook
Source: Publisher/Tour
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“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

My Review: Now this is a fantasy to remember! I have read something that dealt with Fairy Godmothers and this one is the best by far. Plus I love that she is a geek and a bookseller. Till is not your ordinary Fairy Godmother. First of all, she isn't one yet. First she must go to this wonderful house she inherited and there she will learn just what is written in her DNA. Fair Godmother has been in her family for who knows how long. You think its cool? Well it can be, but of course, everything comes with rules! 

Gus just happens to give Till a reason to break a major rule. Gus plays a large role with his history. Well family history that is. Is there something hidden there? Something that made this rule exist? Well you should read to find out. I really love how Till reacts to finding about the home, her role of Fairy Godmother, and everything that comes after. She has such great reacts that I love reading. She is also very bright and a thrill to read about. Now her and Gus is also fun to read. Everything was written great and the flow was constant. I didn't have to worry about getting annoyed at parts.

Overall I really enjoyed the book ans would love to read more of Till.