A mountain of regrets. A bargain with a mischievous faery. Could tinkering with her past create a better future?
Joey Whitmore longs to escape her dead-end world. Facing a midlife crisis at age forty-two and still living with her mother, getting fired from yet another job is the proverbial last straw. So when a fae trickster in human guise offers a chance at changing her history, she figures there’s nothing left to lose.
Though skeptical of his magic, Joey accepts the sly prince’s enchanted hourglass and begins a reckless journey back in time. But as she tries to act as her own fairy godmother and reverse her mistakes, her blundering interference causes a chain of catastrophic consequences.
Will Joey’s attempts to alter her deadbeat destiny end up erasing her entire existence?
Over the Fairy Hill is the first entry in the Magical Midlife Misadventures paranormal women’s fiction series. If you like relatable characters, paranormal twists, and laugh-out-loud humor, then you’ll love Jennifer L. Hart’s endearing tale.
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Book Two: The Fae Side of Forty
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**Cait Sidhe’s Review of Over the Faery Hill**
What if you could pinpoint the one moment in your life where everything went wrong? Would you go back and fix it even knowing that it could change everything? That’s the bargain laid out to Joey. Over forty, overweight, she’s been fired from yet another dead-end job and nothing to show for her life except a busted wrist from a car accident in her teens that ruined her life. She was on her way to the Olympics as a gymnast, but that accident took everything from her. When she encounters Robin Goodfellow (yes, that Robin Goodfellow), she has the chance to change everything with only an open-ended favor given to the fae prince.
Joey is one of those characters that just can’t see her own worth. In her mind, the thing that she was meant to do—the Olympics—defined everything for her. That’s where her life was supposed to go and all of her passion is. Without that, she’s adrift with no purpose. When sexy trickster Robin comes along and tells her she can be her own fairy godmother, well why not use that to set the timeline right? Only, as she’ll find out, the grass isn’t always greener. Her path of self-discovery takes her to some interesting places with some interesting characters.
And boy, I loved those characters! Her feminist mother that she feels disapproves of her, but really, like any mother, wants to see her find her spark again. Her Grammy B with her witticisms like “If it has tires or testicles, it’s going to give you problems.” Her supportive best friend Darcy showing up for Wine Wednesdays and Margarita Mondays was an extra treat. Then there is Robin, who is just too handsome for his own good.
Over the Faery Hill was a joy to read. Filled with great characters, funny moments, and cheeky dialogue, this is a great addition to the paranormal women’s fiction genre. I can’t wait to read The Fae Side of Forty and see how Robin’s last words play out!
I give Over the Faery Hill 4 out of 5 propellers
About the Author
Putting the fun in dysfunction…
Born and bred in upstate New York, USA Today bestselling author Jennifer L. Hart now lives in North Carolina with her three Hart men, two spoiled canines and a host of imaginary friends. She is the author of several romances and mystery series including The Misadventures of the Laundry Hag and Mackenzie & Mackenzie P.I. and The Unseelie Court fantasy series. Follow her online using the #thegoodnightkiss on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
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