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A mountain of regrets. A bargain with a mischievous faery. Could tinkering with her past create a better future?

Joey Whitmore longs to escape her dead-end world. Facing a midlife crisis at age 42 and still living with her mother, getting fired from yet another job is the proverbial last straw. So when a fae trickster in human guise offers a chance at changing her history, she figures there’s nothing left to lose.

Though skeptical of his magic, Joey accepts the sly prince’s enchanted hourglass and begins a reckless journey back in time. But as she tries to act as her own fairy godmother and reverse her mistakes, her blundering interference causes a chain of catastrophic consequences.

Will Joey’s attempts to alter her deadbeat destiny end up erasing her entire existence?

Over the Fairy Hill is the first entry in the Magical Midlife Misdventures paranormal women’s fiction series. If you like relatable characters, paranormal twists, and laugh-out-loud humor, then you’ll love Jennifer L. Hart’s endearing tale.

Buy Over the Faery Hill to grant a bag full of dubious wishes today!

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I loved this story so much!!!

I loved this story so much because it had so many layers!

Joey thought then when her Olympic dream ended so did her life so she never accomplished anything. Thinking that was the catalyst she would do anything to alter the moment that changed her life forever.

When that chance comes around she jumps on it and the misadventure that unfolds teaches her that things happen for a reason and change is up to you!

This is the story of how Joey gets her groove back and I loved it!

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Great read, fantastic fun!!!

Over The Faery Hill by Jennifer L. Hart
Amazing and fun, I was hooked right from the beginning and devoured every word. The audio narration was really great.
I cant wait for more!!

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Loved it!

Loves this new series. Fun characters. Narrator was excellent! Looking forward to more of this series.

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Fae prince, magic, and time travelling chaos!

Ever daydream about what might have been? Think about how your life could be better if ___ did/didn't happen? Well, that's what you find when Joey, a 40ish woman thinking she's a "loser", with the luck of Janet Evonovich's Stephanie Plum (complete with life guidelines from a "grandma Mazur") meets sexy, mysterious, flirty faery prince, Robin.
The chaotic time-traveling situations orchestrated by Robin made me giggle, groan, and ache for misguided Joey, who has to decide if what she always wanted, truly brings the happiness and acclaim she longs for.

I found this to be a great listen, and I'm looking forward to book 2, because... that hook!😯

I received an ALC from author, promotor, or publisher, and chose to leave an honest review.

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❤️

Wonderful characters and fantastic story. Narrator did a fantastic job also on this audiobook. A must listen.

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Loved the Book

I really did enjoy reading the book and unfortunately listening audible was not as enjoyable. Story great, could have been a better narrator.

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Great New PWF

Joey just can't seem to get a break. Now divorced and living in her old childhood home with her mother. Joey meets Robin, that's when things get weird. Robin offers Joey a way to change her life, will she take his offer. I immediately liked Joey, i can relate to her and Grandma Bea seems like a sassy old bitty, i love it. Jennifer L. Hart is a new author to me, it won't be the last time i'll be reading her books. I know there are other books in this series, which excites me. So many new PWF books. Give this book a try, you won't regret it.

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superb

very enjoyable, humor adventure and love. the series will be torture to wait for.

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Really good! Narrator a no, though.

It took a bit of time to understand the ending. I rewound a zillion times, and then finally decided to let the book play out and see if it got clearer then. It did, though there is NO way I could explain it to you.

I really liked the story but I do want to say that it lacked the full zing I’m used to from Hart. Not dull, or plodding, just a little less magical, which is a bit ironic. Lol It does feel a bit like a teen book, except for the "ahem" parts, which are minimal. No problem with a teen book, but I am not sure this is the audience she was reaching for.

The narrator was a total flop for me. To start, the main male character’s accent was in no way Welsh, but even if it had been, the narrator was very inconsistent with it, all over the UK and even further. It was very distracting. She also didn’t keep track of the ages of the other characters, because half the time the friend sounded like the grandmother, the mother like the grandmother, etc etc. When I reread this, it will be the ebook turned into text-to-speech.

I received a free copy of this audio book.

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really good book

I can relate so much to this book and gave me a new out look in my own life. with out the magic and all.

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  • Margaret G
  • 04-09-21

Whats not to Love about this book

'Over The Faery Hill' Book 1 of the  Magical Midlife Misadventures
Author Jennifer L. Hart
Narrator Jacqueline Rendell
Length 8 hours 3 mins

Jennifer thank you for giving me the opportunity to listen to and review your brilliant and funny book, I loved it and was so hooked I finished it in just 1 day.

This is the first book in Jennifer L, Hart's  new series, Magical Midlife Adventure's, and what a great start. I love her style of writing Jennifer has created a realistic story full of fantasy, magic, romance and laugh out loud humour. I also must add Jacquelline Rendell has done an amazing job, of narrating the book and bringing the characters to life, her voice is clear, pleasant and to listen to.

Joey Whitmore is a rather unlucky 42 year old, whose life has slowly fallen apart after an accident during her childhood. Joey meets a rather charming but naughty mischievous and slightly sly fairy prince that gives her the opportunity to go back in time and try and change her future, and that is where the fun, adventure, magic and laugh's begin. 

Will Joey be successful on her journey and end up with everything she wants, will it be a  happy future and make her happy ? or has she opened a can of worms and made things worse? Well I am not going to spoil the story for you, by telling you if she has a happy ever after ending you will have to read/listen to the book to find out. However I will give you a hint that that there is a great twist at the end, which will leave you wanting more and to move straight on to the next book

The next book in the series is called the Fae Side Of Forty, it was released on 24/02/21. I am looking forward to listening to it when it becomes available on Audible. I can not wait to see what is next in store for Joey and the other characters in this magical story. 

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  • Teddy
  • 03-16-21

Narration could be better

The story is fine, but the narrator should learn that if they can't manage a Welsh accent, they should default to no accent rather than maintaining a cringeworthy attempt at the deformed lovechild of bad Irish and bad Scottish accent.... {SHUDDER!}

It really detracts from he listenability of the audiobook.

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  • Anaba
  • 03-04-21

What if ...?

Everyone has been faced with the question "what if...?" In this gorgeous fantasy book, Jennifer L. Hart gets to the heart of the matter. The story is not only convincing through its humour and fantasy, but also shows an unexpected depth of self-criticism and self-acceptance. With her charming writing style, the author quickly drew me into the story.

Joey Whitmore knows the day that changed her life. When the charismatic fae prince Robin offers her a chance to change her past, the temptation is great - but everything has it's price.
The tension was build-up very fast and I was very curious which decisions Joey will make and what effects they'll have.
Even if the romance is less important, the reader finds a great tension between Robin and Joey. Personally, I liked the interpersonal relationships a lot - friendships and enmities or family ties - Jennifer L. Hart has succeeded in building a realistic picture. I loved the little wisdoms at the beginning of every chapter.
Overall, a very well written book that made me laugh and made think about my own past - I can't wait for the sequel.
"The Fae Side of Forty" is the second part of this series and has already been published. I hope the audio book will follow soon.
The narrator Jacqueline Rendell is an excellent cast. Her interpretation of the individual characters is very successful.

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  • ChaosKay (Audiobook Obsession Reviewer)
  • 02-06-21

Great story

Joey is facing a midlife crisis and everything in her life is going wrong then a Fae turns up and he gives her the chance to change history . Liked this story it had me laughing in parts and the characters were great. Although I didn’t dislike the narrator she really should have researched the Welsh accent has the one she used was definitely not Welsh , at times she sounded Irish and others times Scottish 😬