My Medieval Life

My Fair Godmother
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Hello readers, and welcome back! This week we are going to be talking about My Fair Godmother by Janette Rallison.

Savannah Delano’s life is going great. She is popular, a star on the track team, and dating the hottest boy in school. Everything is great until her sister steals her boyfriend. All Savannah has now is a broken heart and a prom dress she won’t be wearing because her boyfriend will be taking her sister instead.

Enter Chrysanthemum (Chrissy) Everstar, Savannah’s Fair Godmother. Yep, you read that right — Fair Godmother. Chrissy is a Fairy Godmother in training and she’s not doing very well, so she takes Savannah on as an extra credit assignment. Chrissy offers Savannah three wishes. What’s a girl to wish for? A prince and a ball, of course. One Cinderella story coming up.

The medieval period isn’t everything Savannah thought it would be — no electricity, no indoor plumbing, and serving your evil stepmother and ugly stepsisters isn’t fun. With no ball on the horizon, Savannah is less than happy. She keeps calling for Chrissy, but Chrissy never shows up.

When Chrissy does show up, she complains about being yanked away from her shopping trip. Savannah then uses her second wish, to be loved and taken care of. One Snow White coming up.

But being Snow White isn’t all it’s cracked up to be either. With one wish left, Savannah has to (1) get Chrissy to show up again, and (2) think of just what she wants. This is her last chance to get it right.

When Chrissy finally shows up, complaining about being yanked away from a shoe sale, Savannah uses her third wish. The wording has to be just right, so Savannah wishes for a princely guy to take her to prom while she is back at home.

Finally back at home, Savannah is ready to put her life back together. Everything is going well until Savannah finds out that the guy she’s been set up with — Tristan — is missing under mysterious circumstances. Turns out Tristan is trapped in the middle ages until he can become a prince. Savannah has to go back to medieval times to help him, what could go wrong? Can Savannah help Tristan? Will he let her?

Mystery and magic abound in My Fair Godmother. With three wishes, what could go wrong? That’s all for this week. Happy reading, everyone!

— Sabrina Parr, Poetry Editor

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