Reviewing Men Are Frogs
I really enjoyed Fairy Godmothers, Inc. and the second novel of the series, Men Are Frogs.
This story was hilarious and I just love the fairytale elements and characters that get involved with a bit of spiciness in the mix. You have a Beast who is pining for the Evil Queen, talking cardinals and a frog prince who changes back into Prince Charming by day.
The dual point of view was great to have and always seems to win me over in the story. But I do recommend reading the initial book though to get a sense of background and history of some of the characters mentioned.
With that being said, if you’re looking for a fun paranormal read, this one is a great one to dive into.
Thank you Kensington Publishing for the gifted copy. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.
Disgraced wedding planner Zuri Davis is so relieved to be offered a job with Fairy Godmothers, Inc., she's willing to trade the high-rise excitement of Chicago for the small-town charm of Ever After. Falling for one of her grooms, even unintentionally, was enough destroy her career--and also to prove that all men are indeed frogs. But when she meets gorgeous B&B owner Philip Charming, who definitely lives up to his name, even she is tempted to test that theory...
Three hundred years as a frog by day and himself by night, is enough to test any man's patience--even if Philip knows he deserved Petunia's curse. It certainly taught him not to mess around when it comes to making promises. And stubborn, proud Zuri is a woman he'd like to promise his heart and everything else to--if only he weren't a sometimes-frog. Can he hope for True Love's Kiss from a woman whose trust has been so thoroughly broken?