My Fairly Dangerous Godmother

My Fairly Dangerous Godmother

Janette Rallison / Oct 15, 2019

My Fairly Dangerous Godmother Some people bomb auditions Sadie Ramirez throws up during her tryouts on TV show America s Top Talent Her performance is so bad it earns her a fairy godmother through the Magical Alliance s Pitiful D

  • Title: My Fairly Dangerous Godmother
  • Author: Janette Rallison
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 469
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Some people bomb auditions Sadie Ramirez throws up during her tryouts on TV show America s Top Talent Her performance is so bad, it earns her a fairy godmother through the Magical Alliance s Pitiful Damsel Outreach Program Enter Chrysanthemum Everstar a gum chewing, cell phone carrying, high heel wearing fairy godmother in training She misinterprets Sadie s wishes andSome people bomb auditions Sadie Ramirez throws up during her tryouts on TV show America s Top Talent Her performance is so bad, it earns her a fairy godmother through the Magical Alliance s Pitiful Damsel Outreach Program Enter Chrysanthemum Everstar a gum chewing, cell phone carrying, high heel wearing fairy godmother in training She misinterprets Sadie s wishes and sends her back in time to be a part of The Little Mermaid story and then makes her one of the twelve dancing princesses Wishes are permanent, and if Sadie wants to get back to her home, she ll have to strike a magical bargain one that involves stealing a goblet from a powerful fairy queen.

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        Check out my awesome book trailers My Unfair Godmother youtube watch v 4AlRg0My Fair Godmother youtube watch v up1jF8Just One Wish youtube watch v oP1NceMy Double Lifeyoutube watch v hzuswpJanette Rallison has five children who keep her well supplied with plot ideas, sometimes even making cameo appearances in her novels She likes to write romantic comedy because there is enough angst in real life, but theres a drastic shortage on both humor and romance Playing the Field was named Society of School Librarians International Best Book Award Honor Book, and both Alls Fair In Love, War, and High School and Love, Life, and the Pursuit of Free Throws were included on YALSAs Popular Paperbacks for Young Adults list Fame Glory, and Other Things on My To Do List, was just chosen for IRAs YA Choices list for 2007


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    1. 99c Kindle sale, Oct. 1, 2017. Third in the YA fantasy/romantic comedy series about Chrysanthemum (Chrissy), a Valley Girl-type of fairy godmother in training, who sometimes creates more problems than solutions for the teenage girls that she's assigned to help. Chrissy sends her girls back in time and through dimensions to worlds where the fairy tales are real, in order to learn Life Lessons. Somehow there's always a boy in the mix, and life-threatening danger, but somehow it always works out fo [...]




    2. Rallison writes some of the most fun, light hearted reads out there and her My Fair Godmother series is one of these best ones she writes. Full of chaos, laughs, smiles, and a fairy godmother in training and her little helper, that is sure to make anyone fall in love with them and keep turning the pages simply because you are having such a great time. Crissy is by far the worst fairy out there. If there is something she can make a mess out of she will but she always has her charges best interest [...]


    3. This has been nominated for a 2015 Swoony Award, you can vote for it here. What a fun addition to the series! I love how this series mixes in fairy tales, in this case the Little Mermaid and the Twelve Dancing Princesses. Sadie is a bit of a loner, focusing more on her singing than on making friends. When she has the opportunity to try out for Americans Got Talent (I might be wrong on the name) she jumps at the chance. The only problem is her celebrity crush happens to be a judge and her nerves [...]


    4. I finished this pretty quickly after waiting so long to finally read it. From the beginning I have loved these fair godmother books. I love the contemporary story and how it's blended with various fairytales and of course the highlight, the 'fair' godmother, Chrysanthemum Everstar who just hasn't been good enough to get into Godmother University yet!My Unfair Godmother is still my favourite of the three, but this one was pretty good too. I do find Sadie a bit shallow, but she does grow by the en [...]



    5. 3 Ah, yes. Nothing like a hilariously cute book to get you grinning. Of course, it wasn't flawless at all, but it does include:- great humour. - fluid writing- lots of memorable dialogue- a famous pop singer dude who gets turned into a frog and tries to make out with twelve princesses to get turned back into his own handsome self- oh, and who can forget the fairytale ending?A few of the things that bothered me:- Sadie'a wishes were kinda dumb, but hey. I guess they needed to be that way for the [...]


    6. Just as the two previous books in the series this one was highly entertaining. I did enjoy this a bit more than the other two. The story was a bit different and I really liked the main character. Nothing much more to say, this series of stand-alones is great to pass your time blissfully without needing to engage your brain much with the story :)


    7. I. NEED. This. Now.!!!!!!!Maybe there'll be a full review coming soon, maybe not, but here are my thoughts immediately after finishing My Fairly Dangerous Godmother:There's something you should know first. I loved the first two novels to death (also Just one Wish! ♥ Maybe one of the most underrated contemporary novels I know) and I was going crazy since the news came out that there would actually be a third part (and soon too). But I was also a little worried. Since my hopes were as high as mo [...]


    8. Of all of Janette Rallison's books, the fairy godmother series is my favorite. This one is no exception! I thought I had the "formula" all worked out, but then she goes and surprises me again with how she crafted this one. As always, there are hot guys and a lovable main character, but I was happy to see the turn this one took. If you loved the first two (and who didn't? and what's wrong with you?) then you'll love this one just as much. I still think the second one is my favorite with how every [...]




    9. Janette Rallison is one of my favorite authors so I had high expectations going into this book and am glad that she delivered! This book is awesome!! I laughed through most of it. I watch America's Got Talent with my family and we love it! Sadie tries out for a similar show called America's Top Talent. She's a singer and her audition goes horribly wrong. She's guaranteed to be a YouTube sensation, and not in a good way. She meets her fairy-godmother-in-training, Chrysanthemum Everstar (Chrissy), [...]


    10. I have really loved this series so far! I think each book could stand alone, but it's fun to see the way Chrissy evolves. Chrysanthemum (aka Chrissy) is such an interesting take on a fairy godmother. Of course, she's still in training, but the mistakes she makes and the liberties she takes are hilarious. Well, at least they are to the reader. Sadie is a girl who always has bad luck. She earns a fairy godmother when her performance on a top talent show ends badlyd all in front of her celebrity cr [...]


    11. I seriously love this series and I'm so glad one day in 2010 I saw a pretty cover with a pink haired fairy godmother and I thought without reading the synopsis that the book would be awesome. I was not let down.Now three books in Crissy Everstar continues to be the worst fairy godmother out there, but if she was a good one we wouldn't have all her adventures. I enjoyed that this time the fairytales included were The Little Mermaid and Twelve Dancing Princesses, both of which I'm very familiar wi [...]


    12. This is the first book that I have read in this series. (I own the first two.just haven't read them yet.)This book was very cute. I enjoyed the characters. Sadie can't seem to catch a break. She struggles through life with normal teenage afflictions. Unfortunately, her struggles are exaggerated mostly due to jealous bullies.Her misfortune leads her to be noticed by a near fairy godmother. Crissy has not been to fairy godmother school and does not qualify as a full fairy godmother. Crissy's arrog [...]


    13. If you have read any of the previous books in this series, you have an idea of what this book is like. It's a mishmash of fairy tales- The Little Mermaid and The Twelve Dancing Princesses in this one. Then you have a character (or characters) thrown into these fairy tales by a fairy godmother in training, Chrysanthemum Everstar (Chrissy). She has a tendency to really mess things up and this time is no different.Sadie is the girl usually on the outside looking in. She is shy and maybe a bit of a [...]


    14. 2.5 stars.Retelling primarily of the 12 Dancing Princesses.Perhaps as an 11-year old, I would have much more enjoyed this one. As it was, it left me underwhelmed and kinda disappointed. I couldn't tell if it was because this book really wasn't as good as the first two, or if my standards have simply risen/changed since whenever I read them (and if, upon re-reading them, I would not like them as much). Whatever the case, there wasn't anything particularly wrong with this, but I didn't care for it [...]


    15. Fairly funI love these books about an airhead-fairy-godmother in training helping airhead teenage girls with their problems. The teenage girls manage to mature during the story, unlike Chrysanthemum Everstar who remains as dimwitted as when the tale began.But that's okay because we'll get to read about another story where Chrissy shoves some poor soul into a fairytale that will have to be rewritten to include a liberated woman taking control of her life and dreams.Highly recommended.


    16. I've been waiting for this one for almost two years now. And while, I liked the third story more than the first in the series, My Unfair Godmother still remains my favourite.


    17. I am a really busy PA student in the midst of my cardiology rotation, and have tons of studying too. I didn't let that sway me from reading this book right away though-- and it did not disappoint! I absolutely loved this book, and fell in love with the characters. Why are you still reading this review Go pick it up now, and read it!


    18. This book was an absolute pleasure to read. I loved how creative the story was. I loved the brilliantly witty banter. I thought it was great that the main character's parents were involved. I found the main characters to be very relatable and spunky. I would highly recommend this book to anyone who is looking for a fun, clean, quick read.


    19. This was a really good one. It was perfect for what I needed-something lighthearted, fun, romantic, and really good storytelling. Sometimes I am not into YA books, but I started this on a whim and then couldn't put it down. Janette Rallison has the best sense of humor. Highly recommend!



    20. I don’t normally read Fairy Godmother books, but I really enjoyed The Girl Who Heard Demons and wanted to read another book by Janette Rallison. If you enjoy retelling of fairytales, this is a fun, engaging story. At first, it was a little slow, but when Donovan joined the story, the tempo changed, and I really enjoyed the interaction between him and Sadie. If you’re looking for a clean romance with some fairy tale elements, this hits the spot. And if you’re like me and haven’t really be [...]


    21. I've been debating between 2 and 3 stars for this book, but seeing that I enjoyed it less than the first book in the series, sadly I can't give it the same rating.After and amazing second installement, this one hugely disappointed me. I couldn't connect or care for any of the characters, the fairy godmother was ten times more irritating and the retelling didn't hold my attention at all. Overall, where the previous book managed to be funny and cute, this one was cheesy and silly. I wanted to fini [...]


    22. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this gem of a book. And I thought about writing a review . . . but then I thought nah. But I do want anyone curious to know how fun this book was to read. So I think maybe I'll copy down some of my tweets that I live tweeted while reading 'My Fairly Dangerous Godmother' (Yes, I live tweeted this book. Sue me. :P) so you'll get an idea of how much I loved it.**Possibly contains spoilers** Holy Poo on toast. Her voice is cracking #nightmareAaaaaand she threw up. Awesom [...]



    23. My Fairly Dangerous Godmother by Janette Rallison is a fairytale story to convince you that you should never trust a fairy. The story starts as Sadie, a high school girl with a low self-esteem, gets a chance to sing in America has Talent. Her presentation goes horribly wrong and she qualifies for three wishes from her fairy godmother. When she does is when she begins to understand why mortals don't play with fairies. She ended up in two different fairy tales in a fantasy world outside of the twe [...]


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