Audiobook Review: As You Wish by Helen Harper

Posted March 5, 2020 by Lucy D in Audiobook, Book Reviews, Fantasy/High Fantasy, Urban Fantasy / 0 Comments

Audiobook Review:  As You Wish by Helen HarperAs You Wish (How To Be The Best Damn Faery Godmother In The World (Or Die Trying)) by Helen Harper
Published by Tantor Audio Genres: Fantasy
Format: Audiobook
Narrator: Ruth Urquhart
Length: 7 hrs 23 min

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It’s a dirty job when you’re a faery godmother … but someone’s got to do it.
Saffron Sawyer’s world is spinning out of control in more ways than one. Her newly acquired pooch, Pumpkin, hates her guts and it’s highly possible that the trolls are reneging on their promise of temporary peace. Saffron is also on her way to setting the world record for the number of magical wands lost in one month while the continued proximity of Jasper, the emerald eyed Devil’s Advocate, is turning her into a near helpless lust puddle.
Unfortunately, life is never simple in the Office of Faery Godmother … especially when your past mistakes are preparing to come back and haunt you.
As You Wish is the third book in the refreshingly original series How To Be The Best Damn Faery Godmother In The World (Or Die Trying).

Are you freakin’ kidding me?

Saffron gets attacked in her apartment and Jasper has her move in with him for her own protection which they are both excited to have the excuse to spend more time together.   I was very happy to finally have some good Saffron/Jasper time, including a kiss at dinner which almost leads to sex on the table of a busy restaurant until sanity returned.  Jasper/Saffron moments are the only thing I like about this series.

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It finally came up on Amazon and Goodreads that a 4th and thankfully final book was just released so I will finally get my answers and be done with this series. Could I get four books for the Lazy Girl’s Guide to Magic? No. I loved Ivy and her cat, Brutus, and would have been so happy to read more.  No, I get left with my jaw hanging open on a meh series,  and have to waste another 7+ hours on the next book to finally get a satisfactory finish.  Grrr!!!

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