The Apprentice Fairy Godmother now available for Kindle

The Apprentice Fairy Godmother is now available for Kindle!

Georgia and Harrison Ford’s story is now available.  I’ve had the first chapter available as an excerpt here, but am now offering it as an e-book.

Student fairy godmother Georgia Rhodes, youngest of four, is used to causing trouble to get attention.  When she’s handed her last assignment before graduation and full-fledged apprentice status, she expects a simple task with a newborn baby – not the complications of a full grown man.  She’ll fail if she doesn’t complete the assignment and find a wife for him.  But how can she, when she might want the job for herself?

Harrison Ford (no, not that one,)is a nerdish actuary with a dislike of the notoriety his name brings.  He doesn’t have time for an opinionated, accident-prone godmother whose magic seems to be on the fritz.  Why should he fall in with her matchmaking schemes when the women she presents are dull in comparison?

This is one of my favorite stories.  Harrison has no idea how his world will change when Georgia poofs into his office then follows him home.  His bland, vanilla life is turned upside down as she invades his life. She’s not from Disney casting, and her hot body forces him to think of polar bears, ice cubes and IRS audits to cool down.

Georgia just wants to pass her final exam, but she’s left wandless, and her spells only work when she’s not consciously thinking of them.  While she tries to do her duty, she’s plagued by a supervisor who talks in Twitterese, Harrison’s jealous teen daughter, and his mother, who has a definite opinion of what’s best.

Tuesday of purpleinkdesigns did a marvelous job on the cover.  Can’t you see the mischief in Georgia’s eyes and Harrison’s exasperation?

Go to Amazon today and purchase The Apprentice Fairy Godmother!

News soon on my next book (or should I say new news about an old book?)

p.s. I’ll be adding it to Barnes & Noble’s bookshelf soon.

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