Monday, July 6, 2015

Fatal Fairies by Joyce and Jim Lavene (Renaissance Faire Mystery Book 8)

by Joyce and Jim Lavene

(Renaissance Faire Mystery Book 8)

Cozy Mystery
Release Date: July 7, 2015
Print Length: 181 pages
When a fairy named Apple Blossom is found dead in the Good Luck Fountain at Renaissance Faire Village, Jessie Morton makes a wish she lives to regret–that her husband, Chase Manhattan, is no longer the Village Bailiff. She doesn’t want him to look for the fairy’s killer and ruin their plans to go away for their first wedding anniversary.
Trapped in a timeless ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’ experience, Jessie is transported to a different Village to face the consequences of her wish where Chase isn’t the Bailiff, and he’s not married to her.
Jessie’s fairy godmother who granted the wish tells her that she must find a way to make Chase fall in love with her again, and they must discover who killed Apple Blossom, if she ever wants to go back to the life she knew.

My review:  Fatal Fairies by Joyce and Jim Lavene (Renaissance Faire Mystery Book 8)


Fatal Fairies is the 8th book in the Renaissance Faire Mystery series.  It has a fresh new twist on the series.  Jessie Morton makes a wish that she wishes her husband was not the Village Bailiff.  Suddenly she is in bed with someone different and she is in a different village.  Some of the characters are close to the same others who have died are no longer dead and she is no longer married to Chase.

Jessie wants to have her old life back. She needs to get Chase to fall in love with her again, then she needs to solve the murder with Chases help.  She has a fairy godmother to help or hinder as the case maybe.

Jessie in the here & now is in charge of the museum they are doing a exhibit of Fairies.  She hates fairies.  She has almost been married for a year to Chase the bailiff.

Jessie is changing jobs a lot as she tries to figure things out. She is living with Canyon the Bailiff.  Chase is a jousts. His girl friend is Princess Isabel.

Someone murdered Apple Blossom a fairy.  Jessie has no interest in helping to figure out who the killer is at first.

Lots of drama, humor, crazy characters and romance along with the Renaissance Faire.  Sometimes Jessie says things that make her look crazy and other times she knows things about the other characters that she should not know.

I read this in one sitting.  It makes you want to go the a Renaissance Faire and be part of it.  I have only read part of this series and want to go back and read more of it,

The setting is a Renaissance Faire.  The cast has to act and dress the part while it is open.  Most even live in the village full time.

I was given this ebook to read and in return agreed to give a honest review of Fatal Fairies.

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