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Dont Expect Magic doc ¿ reader 9780385740128 Free Û ➹ [Download] ➵ Dont Expect Magic (Magic, #1) By Kathy McCullough ➼ – Delaney Collins doesn't believe in fairy tales And why should she Her mom is dead her best friend is across the country and she's stuck in California with Dr Hank Father a man she barely knows Happily ever after Yeah rightThen Dr Hank tells her an outrageous secret he's a fairy godmother an fg and he can prove it And by the way The fg gene is her I tried to read this book but it was a DNF for me The storyline was a little dry and it stalled in getting to the actual meat of the story The book did not keep my interest and I ended up skimming through the book to see where the magic came in to play and what was up with Delaney's dad always disappearing I may attempt to reread this later however I make no promises for this one

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Editary Meaning there's a good chance that New Jersey tough girl Delaney is someone's fairy godmother But what happens when a fairy godmother needs a wish of Dont Expect MOBI #204 her o According the law of conversation of mass matter cannot be created or destroyed So how would you transform your ratty PJs for a slinky red dress Through physics and chemistryand you know a handy fairy godmother to make it all happen What if you don’t what to be a fairy godmother Tough cookies you really have no choiceThat’s where Delany is right now Apparently her no good dad Dr Hank is a fairy godmother who ever said fg has to girls and the gene is hereditary Delany is far from what you would expect from stereotypical fairy godmothers First off she’s not really a people person Her homemade kick ass boot garners praise but her attitude isn’t the most inviting A bit rude a little pretentious and definitely not bubblegum pink nice Delany has trouble fitting in to her new school and her life ever since her mom passed away and she’s shipped off to her dad She’s not well liked by her peers teachers and me the reader Her actions and personality gives off a bad vibe like she’s better than everybody If a person is genuinely nice to you on the first day of class and she’s pretty popular be on your toes because that person is obviously ought to get you Should my hair stand up and the claws start jutting out if someone smiles at me or says hiSince Don’t Expect Magic incorporates some science facts to help explain the supernatural which by the way was a very nice touch and was well thought out and something I definitely appreciate in a fantasy book I’m going to bring in Darwin—survival of the fittest yadda yadda yadda If I was Delany’s guardian spirit I’d slap her and tell her to adapt and deal with it Why make an enemy out of everyone Assess the new environment adapt to the new environment and survive in the new environment Or else you’re going to die Or fail high schoolThings are touch and go for most of the book I admit that it was hard to read through it but once Delany’s personality approved Don’t Expect Magic became a lot better for me We start to get of the fairy godmother business again something that I really appreciate in this type of story further development of the father daughter relationship humor and fun and a stronger multidimensional main character The character of Dr Hank I felt was ironic Here was a man doing motivational books and speeches telling people how they should live their lives when he could barely live his own life I uite enjoyed his character because of the way it changes throughout the whole book He’s much nicer than Delany and you can feel the charisma from the pages making him approachable The connection he has with Delany as a parent was a great emotional aspect to the bookWhile the romantic interest in the novel seems like a good friend I could see potential I wished however I knew about him and that Delany and he had dynamic conversations I’m not entirely comfortable with where they came from and how they end up but I can see it happening Don’t Expect Magic has a good moral to never hide yourself in fear of what others think It’s a debut that definitely shows promise of what Kathy McCullough is capable Don’t Expect Magic has a uniue story plot a solid foundation and a budding group of characters that just needs a few tweaks

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Dont Expect Magic Magic #1Delaney Collins doesn't believe in fairy tales And why should she Her mom is dead her best friend is across the country and she's stuck in California with Dr Hank her famous life coach This review is also available at my blog45 starsThis book was so fluffyThe story tells of Delaney Collins an artistic spunky girl who moves to California to live with her father Dr Hank due to her mother passing away Delaney has to deal with a very perfect happy go lucky atmosphere that she isn't used to and also the fact that her father is a fairy godmother─or god father─and she might be one as wellDelaney reminds me of Hartley from Deadly Cool She probably isn't as hilarious as her but she was very relatable and fun to read about When she finds out that she has the fairy godmother gene she gets her first client the editor of the yearbook club at her new school Flynn and Delaney thinks that his wish is to date the popular cheerleader in their school Cadie PerezNow let's talk about the romance I thought it was interesting because it was very very slow paced You barely even see it until the end because Delaney spends the whole book trying to get Flynn to ask Cadie out─which really entertained me xDI do think that this book was predictable though So when the ending came I wasn't shocked at all─except for one tiny bit about Cadie because I did not expect that about her oO Speaking of Cadie I actually liked her She isn't your typical bitchy cheerleader Sure she's good looking and the Most Popular but she's actually nice Sometimes overly nice And that bit in the end about her threw me off a littleBut yeah despite me being able to predict the ending from several pages behind I still had a big grin on my face when I finished it 3 You guys should definitely check this book out if you want a short sweet and fluffy fairytale YA