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Title: Fairy Tale
Author: Cyn Balog
Genre: Fantasy, Romance, Fiction
Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
Morgan Sparks’s boyfriend is perfect. Cameron is the star quarterback (who according to the school newspaper can do anything), super popular, and likeable. Morgan has known Cameron forever. As their joint sixteen birthday approaches, Morgan feels Cameron is becoming distant from her ever since his awkward cousin, Pip, arrived. Cameron finally tells her that he is a fairy, switched at birth, destined to become the next fairy king. To make matters worse, Cameron has been arranged to be married to another fairy. Morgan struggles to keep her boyfriend on earth while denying her growing feelings for Pip.
I picked this book because first of all the pretty cover and it looked like an easy read with the "Twilight" aspect to it. The author does a good job writing in Morgan’s perspective throughout the whole story. She also uses vivid descriptions so you can imagine what she is saying. This was a decision book where Morgan has to decide if she wants to keep Cameron to herself or let him go. Another theme throughout the book was that if you love someone or something then you should let it go.
Overall this was a good fantasy, romance for girls that enjoy a cheesy, corny book. I gave it 3 out of 5 stars because it sometimes dragged on. I also think teenage girls should read this story because some of the wording is not appropriate for younger readers.
This book will you have you asking yourself, what if you were in risk of losing your best friend forever?
--Eileen, 8th grade
Thank you Eileen! You are right...it has a great cover.