• The Dragon Falls for the Fairy Godmother

  • A Nocturne Falls Universe Story
  • By: Larissa Emerald
  • Narrated by: B.J. Harrison
  • Length: 3 hrs and 4 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (118 ratings)

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The Dragon Falls for the Fairy Godmother

By: Larissa Emerald
Narrated by: B.J. Harrison
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Publisher's summary

Budding fairy godmother Erika Tschanz flees her parents' overbearing rule in Rhoswynn, Arkansas, in search of the freedom Nocturne Falls has to offer. But as soon as she steps foot on Georgia soil, mishaps abound. Her very first fairy godmother client’s warlock father is determined to stop her from helping his daughter find her “true love” at all cost.

Undercover spy and dragon shifter Marshall Chadwick has some serious concerns about the people surrounding Erika. With his protection mode fired up, he struggles to keep her safe without getting his heart all messed up. A challenge made especially difficult, for he knows he may be deployed to another assignment at any moment.

When the fairy dust settles, Erika comes to realize the power of choice and that she is worthy of love.

©2018 Kristen Painter (P)2018 Kristen Painter
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  • Categories: Romance

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