Glimmers of Glass (A Glimmers Novel #1: Cinderella)

Glimmers of Glass A Glimmers Novel Cinderella Hidden in the city of Portland Oregon is a shimmering world of magic one faerie Olivia Feye doesn t want to touch with a ten foot wand She d rather study biology or garden or floss her teeth or do

  • Title: Glimmers of Glass (A Glimmers Novel #1: Cinderella)
  • Author: Emma Savant Elayne Morgan
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 304
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Hidden in the city of Portland, Oregon is a shimmering world of magic one faerie Olivia Feye doesn t want to touch with a ten foot wand She d rather study biology, or garden, or floss her teeth, or do literally anything except pay attention to the Glimmering world and her internship at Portland s premier faerie godparent agency But when her supervisor is hospitalized aftHidden in the city of Portland, Oregon is a shimmering world of magic one faerie Olivia Feye doesn t want to touch with a ten foot wand She d rather study biology, or garden, or floss her teeth, or do literally anything except pay attention to the Glimmering world and her internship at Portland s premier faerie godparent agency But when her supervisor is hospitalized after a flying pumpkin carriage accident, Olivia is thrust into the middle of a case And this one won t be easy Her client is Elle, a barista whose plans don t include an enchanted prom or Prince Charming The reward for a happily ever after is enough gold pieces to get Olivia out of the Glimmering world forever But as she comes face to face with the complexities of faerie godmothering, she s forced to wonder How much is she willing to sacrifice for her own happy ending

    One thought on “Glimmers of Glass (A Glimmers Novel #1: Cinderella)”

    1. This book was 100% adorable as fuck.I loved everything about this book - I mean, who doesn't love a fairy-tale book?!?Glimmers of Glass is mostly about Olivia's life. She's a fairy godmother in training and honestly I'm super jealous of her job. However, her life is a complete mess because she wanted to go to college but her dad wanted her to have a job instead. Speaking of her dad, he's a complete douchebag and I hated him the whole time.I love how Olivia questioned everything about her job and [...]

    2. What an adorable book. Love fairy tales any way. This one is no exception. Olivia is a fairy godmother in training, how much more super can it get. Fast paced. Shouldn’t be missed out by anyone.

    3. I adored this book! I have to admit, I have a soft spot for fairy tale retellings, but this one did not disappoint. I can’t believe it has so few ratings on both and . It’s such a gem.Oliva’s world is developed and grows more interesting as the story progresses. There were lots of details that all came together in the end — or left me wanting more.It’s hard to say much without giving things away, but Oliva is helping be a fairy godmother even when she thinks she doesn’t want to. The [...]

    4. Olivia is a fairy godmother in training, forced into this job to please her influential father, who doesn’t hesitate to tell her what a screw-up she is. All she wants is a normal human life. Then she gets a job other fairies could only dream of, forcing decisions on her that are usually made by adults.There’s a great deal of banter between the teens, rooting this story in the present time. I was about twenty percent in before the book got really interesting. All of the sudden, Olivia is face [...]

    5. Fairy Tale FinesseI had a lot of fun reading this tale from start to finish. It really did put an interesting and modern spin on how fairy tales are spun to life, and every character fit into the world seamlessly. I loved it!

    6. My review is based on the Audiobook. Glimmers of Glass is a fun magical spinoff of Cinderella. The characters were likeable and the world building on point. The narrator was fantastic at bringing the story to life.

    7. LoveI love this cover. And I love this retelling of a pre existijng fairy tale. And the fact that it's from a different pov.

    8. Captivating storyThis story begged me to fall into the world of Glimmers and Humdrums. Great characters and a really fun premise

    9. So this book was what I expected, a simple mind-candyish retelling of Cinderella from the Fairy Godmother's point of view and that's pretty much what I got. So I liked it for that. But it was nothing more than mediocre. Hence the three stars

    10. For anyone enchanted by fairytales and looking for a relatable protagonist, this is the book for you. Olivia Feye is a faerie. A faerie godmother intern in Portland to be exact, trying to save up enough money to go to college for botany. She feels out of place in the magical community and rankles at her father's overbearing personality. When more responsibility is thrust on her than she knows what to do with, she has to figure out the balance between what everyone wants her to do and what is rig [...]

    11. I loved this book, and have been meaning to read the sequel for a while, but at the moment I'm a bit busy with work and school and that stuff. I loved the Fairy Queen and how realistic the Feye family problems were, with the parents arguing. The "Modern Magic" concept is a favorite of mine. Great book, really worth the read.

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