Blurb: Daisy le Fey is good at a lot of things: Math, science, accidentally turning people into pumpkins… Unfortunately, she’s hopeless at the one skill hiring managers look for when filling open positions for magical beings: Magic.
When she jeopardises her apprenticeship by getting involved with sexy mortal Trevor Masterson, it’s one disaster too many. In order to earn her wings, she’s going to have to ditch the human–and her one chance at true love.
Must love magic is the second book in Ms Ridley’s Magic and Mayhem series. Set in contemporary times, it has the perfect blend of romance, humour and plot that I have come to expect from Ms Ridley’s books.
Daisy is exceptional when it comes to science, but that is not a respected job in Nether-Netherland. Daisy has always longed to gain her wings, and she is determined to succeed as a tooth fairy. There is only one problem, on her first mission, it’s not a child she meets but a grown man who has no intention of allowing her to take the teeth he has collected.
Trevor is on an anthropologic dig with his students hoping to make a brilliant discovery so he can secure a tenured position at the university. He wasn’t expecting to wake up to a scandalously dressed woman searching his tent.
Forces are conspiring against Daisy, and with the rule forbidding interaction between magical beings and humans, things are not looking good for this aspiring fairy.
This is a humorous romp where the heroine learns to believe in herself and in the power of true love, I only wish she hadn’t taken so long to come to the realisation. While I enjoyed the first in the series more, this is still a delightful read.
I received an arc of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
*cover and Blurb from Goodreads.