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My name is Drusinella, and I'm a fairy.

I used to have a hobby of turning Princes into frogs, but due to my ridiculous adventure with the Princess Camria, it's now become more of a side gig.

Once again, we're summoned to Fairyland, this time by our esteemed Fairy Queen, aka. Pumpkin Spice.

After I broke the curse on all the frogs in my yard, the world was once again flooded with arrogant princes whose favorite pastime is hunting sweet, gentle dragons. Queen Spice is sending us on a quest to save the gentle beasts, and for once it's a task I relish.

But there are other things to worry about. Unsolicited advice from the dragons we're traveling with, Alfrigg ignoring me, and the Fairy Queen's girlfriend constantly dodging me trying to learn the Fairy Queen's real name.

This may not be the lamest adventure ever, but it's definitely terrible.

Penned from the sarcastic hand of, Drusinella.

©2020 Elizabeth Dunlap (P)2020 Elizabeth Dunlap

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Great story

This is the second book in the Grumpy Fairy Tale series and we have seen in book one that Drusinella returned the princes and other men to their human forms. I love that while she did change how she curses the men that demand things just because she is a fairy she is still her usual sarcastic and rude self. The narrator does a wonderful job