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Fatal Fairies When a fairy named Apple Blossom is found dead in a fountain Ren Faire lover Jessie Morton makes a wish she lives to regret that her husband Chase Manhattan is no longer the Renaissance Faire Villa

  • Title: Fatal Fairies
  • Author: Joyce Lavene Jim Lavene
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 349
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • When a fairy named Apple Blossom is found dead in a fountain, Ren Faire lover Jessie Morton makes a wish she lives to regret that her husband, Chase Manhattan, is no longer the Renaissance Faire Village Bailiff so he doesn t have 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 When a fairy named Apple Blossom is found dead in a fountain, Ren Faire lover Jessie Morton makes a wish she lives to regret that her husband, Chase Manhattan, is no longer the Renaissance Faire Village Bailiff so he doesn t have 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.

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    1. If you enjoy a Renaissance Faire with quirky, fun characters then this is a must read. Fatal Fairies is book 8 in A Renaissance Faire Mystery series.A very enjoyable, magical cozy with engaging characters that kept me guessing till the end who the killer was.Lady Jessie and her husband Chase, the Village Bailiff are getting ready to celebrate their one year anniversary.The plans have to get tossed when a fairy, named Apple Blossom is murdered at the Ren Faire. Who would do such a thing, and why! [...]

    2. Jessie is looking forward to getting away with Chase to celebrate their one year wedding anniversary. If only his pesky bailiff job didn't keep getting in the way.She thought she had a solution for this by hiring an assistant for him, but when a fairy is found strangled in the fountain, she is not sure how to convince Chase that his assistant can handle the investigation. Resolving not to get involved, she goes to their apartment for a brief nap. But when she awakens, she finds herself in the mi [...]

    3. Another great book in the Ren Faire series! Ever heard the phrase "Be careful what you wish for"? Well Jessie sure wishes she had thought of that before she made a wish that her husband, Chase, wasn't the Village Bailiff anymore. When Apple Blossom the fairy is found dead in the Village Fountain, Jessie makes the wish cause her anniversary plans seem to be ruined. How can they go on a fabulous vacation when Chase has to investigate the murder? That one wish turns her world upside down. Not only [...]

    4. This is only the second book I've read in this series. I read the first one and was not impressed by it. It never grabbed my attention, and I honestly found it "wordy" and boring. After that experience, I wasn't sure about reading this one, but decided to take the chance--and am I glad that I did!The "It's A Wonderful Life" idea is what first caught my eye, as that is my favorite holiday movie. In this book, Jessie doesn't exactly find out what the world would be like without her in it, but she [...]

    5. It's a Wonderful Life meets the Renaissance Faire! When a fairy is found dead in the village fountain, Jessie knows it will affect plans to go away with Chase, for their first anniversary. Jessie makes the comment, "I wish Chase wasn't village Bailiff." Next morning, she finds herself in a parallel universe, Chase is not the Bailiff AND they are not married (or a couple).Jessie's fairy godmother, Starshine, tells her she must get Chase to fall in love with her, solve the murder and persuade Chas [...]

    6. Fatal Fairies is the 8th book in the Renaissance Faire Mystery Series by Joyce and Jim Lavene. This is the first book in the Renaissance Faire Mystery Series that I have read! But, now, I fully intend to read the others in the series. I love reading about the Renaissance Faire Village. If the thought of reading a book with some paranormal elements concerns you, don’t let that prevent you from reading this book. The paranormal aspects within the book flow seamlessly and seem quite normal and th [...]

    7. This is the best tea time read this summer. I found myself taking a deep breath after each chapter. At some point while reading a started to hold my breath. Fatal Fairies jumped right in and never let go. You wanted to help Jessie every step.The best thing to come out of this for me is, be careful what you wish for. Wording is everything. Joyce and Jim Lavene did a very good job with this book. If you are reading this series you are in for a treat. This is my first review ever and the first book [...]

    8. What a nice escape read. Loved it. What would you do if your fairy godmother made your wish come true and it turned out ALL wrong? At least there is a way to make it right but it isn't easy. Things have changed since she made that wish. Jessie must figure out WHO the killer is and get Chase to love her again. Then and only then, according to the fairy godmother rules, can the wish be changed back.

    9. Fatal Fairies was a good read. I loved being back at the Renaissance Faire Village with Jessie, Chase and all of the village characters. I like the magical twist that happens to Jessie in this book and I'm curious to see what other magic happens in future books. Thank you Joyce and Jim for writing a great story that transported me to a village I wouldn't mind living in! Eagerly awaiting for the next book in the series!

    10. 4 STARSFatal 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, [...]

    11. Dollycas’s ThoughtsA fairy tale at the Renaissance Faire complete with a fairy godmother! Be careful what you wish for!Jessie and Chase are getting ready to take a honeymoon when a fairy is killed and throws a kink into their plans. Jessie wished Chase was not the Bailiff at the Renaissance Faire Village and her wish was granted. Sadly that one wish had very adverse effects even erasing their whole relationship their marriage. The fairy that granted wish, Jessie’s fairy godmother, quickly ex [...]

    12. If you watched the movie, It's a Wonderful Life, this 8th installment of The Renaissance Faire Mystery Series is reminicint of it. The protagonist in this series, Jessie is anxiously awaiting to start a First Honeymoon vacation with her husband, Chase, who is the Village Bailiff. Unfortunately, there is a delay, a murder in the Village fountain, and Chase does not feel comfortable leaving this murder investigation in the hands of his new assistant. Jessie retreats to their apartment, naps, and u [...]

    13. Authors Joyce & Jim Lavene have a wonderful way of making a story come to life. In this latest installment of the Renaissance Faire Mystery series I could hear the sounds, smells the scents of enticing food, and see every detail as described. It was just like I was standing in the center of it all. Magic has been doing all sorts of things at the Ren Faire in the past installments. But this time, everyone’s lives are changed. FATAL FAIRIES was such a fun ride. Leave it to these authors to c [...]

    14. I had the great pleasure of reading an advanced copy of Fatal Faries by Joyce and Jim Lavene last evening; I loved it! This is the latest in the Renaissance Faire mystery series and it doesn’t disappoint!.This story will quickly grab your attention and transport you into the Renaissance Village that Jessie, Chase, and the cast of quirky but lovable characters inhabit. The story is fast=paced, with plenty of twists and surprises along the way. There is a lottle something for everyone in this ta [...]

    15. I have read several books by Joyce and Jim Lavene and each book takes me on an adventure I will never forget! This is the first book in this series that I have read and I can't wait to go back and read the series from the beginning! Jessie is struggling with her life at the Renaissance Village and wishes that her husband had never taken the job as Bailiff especially after a fairy is killed and it looks like their vacation is going to be ruined! That saying be careful what you wish for definitely [...]

    16. Love, just love, these fun Renaissance Faire Books. In book 8, Jessie is getting ready to make plans for her first anniversary. Trouble is, Chase is always so busy being the Bailiff. She decides to hire him an assistant. Then, oh no! Apple Blossom, one of the fairies is killed.Afraid this will spoil their anniversary plans, Jessie makes a wish that Chase was never Bailiff. When this wish is filled by her fairy godmother, Jessie discovers how different life is in the village. Chase is Princess Is [...]

    17. I was given an advance copy for my honest review. So as you can see I gave it 5 stars. I loved it. The characters of Jessie and Chase are down to earth and someone I would want to be friends with. Be careful what you wish for - especially if you live in a village filled with fairies, witches, warlocks, fortune tellers, knights who joust, and a King and Queen. Life changes for Jessie when she says 'I wish' and she wakes up and her life as she knew it was gone. Prior to her 'I wish' comment, she a [...]

    18. Be careful what you wish. Jessie's wish for Chase not to be the bailiff was granted by her fairy godmother. The results were definitely not what Jessie has hoped. Now Jessie is stuck in a alternate Renaissance Village where she and Chase are not a couple. Jessie is a wonderful character who had me cheering for her to get Chase back. I enjoyed this story very much. I have enjoyed all of the Renaissance Faire Mysteries. Once I started reading I couldn't stop. I had to know how it ended.

    19. Fatal Fairies is the 8th book in the Renaissance Faire Mystery Series by Joyce and Jim Lavene. I am new to this series and found it easy to understand the story without having read the previous stories.The characters are easy to relate to and are enjoyable.I enjoyed this book and will be reading the rest of this series.I was given a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.

    20. Be careful what you wish for will have new clarity once you read Fatal Fairies! For those who love going to the Renaissance Faires, this is a book you will want to read. The authors make you feel like you are right there walking the streets alongside all the characters. Beware, once you start, you won't want to put the book down. This was the first book I've read in this series and I can't wait to read more.*I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.

    21. I’m sure you noticed, but just a warning, this is the 8th book in the series and there may be spoilers.I’ve not read the other books in this series myself. I’m slowly working through all of these authors books and this is one I haven’t started yet. I couldn’t resist reading this one though.Imagine going to bed happily married to the man of your dreams and living the life you always wanted. Then you wake up with the wrong man in your bed and nobody remembers your life. It’s all topsy [...]

    22. Fatal Fairies is the eighth book in the amazingly prolific writing duo Joyce and Jim Lavene’s Renaissance Faire Mystery series. This was my first book in the series to read, and I thought the alternate universe was a fine place to start. I did not feel lost at all, and I do plan on starting at the beginning of the series to catch up. Jessie Morton is the director of arts and crafts museum in the Ren Faire, and she is married to the faire’s bailiff Chase Manhattan. It is fairy week, and Jessi [...]

    23. Awesome Series!This is an awesome series; this is the eighth book in the Renaissance Faire Mystery series by Joyce and Jim Lavene. This book can be read as a standalone, but once you read it you will want to go back and read the other books in this series. The fairy named Apple Blossom is found dead in the Gook Luck Fountain at the Renaissance Faire Village, Jessie knows that her husband Chase will be very busy again. All she wants is some time with him, so when she makes a little wish that Chas [...]

    24. Not sure if they officially ended this series, but the book read like it was the series wrap up.Since I love the Renaissance Festival, this series was right up my alley. although the series definitely took a turn for the weird with all sorts of magic and other paranormal events starting with Perilous Pranks (the novella between books 5 & 6)Since I don't normally write reviews unless I have something specific to say, here's the break down of how I rate my books1 star This book was bad, so bad [...]

    25. Jessie Morton-Manhattan just learned a valuable lesson. Be careful what you ask for, you just might get it. When she wishes that her husband, Chase, is no longer the Village Bailiff, her fairy godmother grants her request. Now she's in a different village where Chase is a knight and they are not together. To make things worse she has to stay there until she can make things right. For this to happen she has to find out who murdered the fairy, Apple Blossom. What a mess! I enjoy Jessie. She's a fe [...]

    26. This book was crazy good in this one we follow Jessie Morton when she makes a wish that she ends up regretting with another murder taking place in the village Jessie wishes Chase was no longer Baliff, but what she doesn't count on waking up and having her world turn upside down and having to make sense of it. Very much like It's a wonderful type themed experience Jessie has to learn somethings are better left not wished.I loved it so much I couldn't put it down it dragged you in wondering how Je [...]

    27. What a joy it is to be asked to review another book for the Lavenes. Fatal Fairies is really a hit inmy eyes. This is book #8 in the Renaissance Fair series and Jessie is taken on a journey thatyou won’t believe. When Fairy Apple Blossom is killed Jessie wishes that her husband, Chasewas no longer bailiff in the village. Perhaps Jessie should think before she verbalizes anything,as many of us should. Not only is Chase no longer bailiff, Chase is no longer her husband.Jessie’s fairy God Mothe [...]

    28. I've really enjoyed most of the Renaissance Village mysteries, but the last two not so much. Introducing "magic" into the books in the form of dragons, people who are half-dragon, and traveling to an alternate village because of a wish you made has taken this series down a sad and slippery slope. I found that, by the 50th page, I didn't really care if Jessie and Chase ever managed to get back together in the proper village in the proper time or not. If you want to write about a renaissance faire [...]

    29. I started the book this morning and finished just now, it's afternoon now. I really enjoyed the book. And I liked the idea. It was cool. I was a little confused in the beginning as I've not read the previous books in the series. so I was confused with the setting of the story. When I started I thought it to be historical book. As the series name Renaissance time and then the modern gadgets threw me off. But after that I came to know that the village is an amusement park with renaissance theme. T [...]

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