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E at first Worse still it soon becomes clear the problem setting fire to their village isn't as simple as a dragon. Aromantic Asexual Dragon in training rescues lesbian from having to marry a manamong other thingsThings I Find While Shelving I received a free ARC via NetGalleyThere s a dragon pestering the small village of Styseville An odd sort of dragon There s lots of singed roofs stolen livestock and panic but it s left the inn alone and nothing s actually burned down Still a dragon is a dragon and it s a pest that needs to be taken care of The people of Styseville hope a knight will come and slay the beast but it s a small village and they have nothing to offer a knight in reward No princesses in StysevilleTheir help comes in a different way a way no one expects A young woman Dea strides into the inn takes a seat and gets some information from the innkeeper s daughter before she goes off to investigate and test a few theories Those theories This isn t a proper dragon How would she know Well She s not only met a proper dragon she s becoming one The dragon pestering Styseville is in actual fact a magical impression of a dragon summoned by the innkeeper s daughter in response to her unwanted engagement Dea can t fly the young girl away but she can help her to a place where she can learn to control her magical powers If she wants I really enjoyed this story It s such a cute little fairy tale and it also reads like an introduction to a longer work BUT it works well enough on it s own It s a fun uick read

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The Faerie Godmothers Apprentice Wore Green

The village of Styesville has a dragon problem Godmothers Apprentice PDFEPUB #190 and is in sore need of a knight. So charmed by this faerie tale not too long not too short just right Hits all the tropes dragon princess fairy godmother Then turns them upside down And inside out Slick turns of event abound and there isn t a prissy moment anywhereDon t want to give any of the surprises away because you should savor them when you stumble onto them unawares but there s a snarky Princess Bride vibe going on here Styesville would be uite prosperous if one held mud to be of great monetary valueGather your sons and daughters around and read this aloud Expect to hear And then what happened Looking forward to Nicky Kyle s next endeavorI received this book in exchange for an honest review

Nicky Kyle ó 3 review

In shining armor to solve it for them Instead they get a strange traveler in a ragged cloak they barely even notic. What a delightful storyThe village of Styesville believes that they re in need of a knight to solve their dragon problem But the solution to their problem arrives largely unnoticed Dea a faerie godmother s apprentice drawn by the rumors of dragons She soon realizes that there s something complex at the heart of Styesville s crisisAt only about 18000 words The Faerie Godmother s Apprentice Wore Green is a very uick read I was considering it a novelette and then I double checked the length categories Turns out it just barely sueezes into the novella category It s definitely a story that you can read in a single eveningObviously The Faerie Godmother s Apprentice Wore Green is a uick read but it s also a fun one too While it s an entirely original story that s not drawing off of specific fairy tales it does use the tropes of the genre in a way that creates a sort of fractured fairy tale feel For instance a princess who s parents lock her in a tower until she s rescued by her true love Only in this case the princess was in the tower because her parents refused to believe she was aromantic asexual and didn t want to be married Luckily she gets some help from a dragonI don t think The Faerie Godmother s Apprentice Wore Green is being marketed as young adult but it would make for a good crossover It s certainly the sort of story I could have read and loved when I was younger A princess who doesn t fall in love with anyone Dragons I would have been thrilled I was still thrilled to read this as an adult but I also wish I d had it when I was a younger girl a familiar feeling for ueer storiesThere s other things I liked about the story as well The writing style worked really well for me clear but a bit different from everyday language I also liked the bit about how our stories get changed to fit the dominate narrative The creation of history and how it departs from the realities is a concept I always love to see explored I would love stories set in this world or with these characters Unfortunately as far as I can tell the author doesn t have any other stories published It looks like she might have a couple of freebies up on her tumblr so I ll need to check out those I ll be watching for whatever she writes nextOriginally posted on The Illustrated Page


10 thoughts on “The Faerie Godmothers Apprentice Wore Green

  1. says:

    A wonderful dragon positive high fantasy friendship story between a lesbian and an aro ace woman There's a lot going on here within the short scope of The Faerie Godmother's Apprentice Wore Green's novella length I admire the narrative's metaphors about how pain is sometimes too great to be contained and will have out to wreak destruction an

  2. says:

    FAERIE GODMOTHER'S has an original premise and the idea behind this book is uite an interesting play on several fantasy and princess tropes at once Kyle took well known storylines and twisted them around in an interesting fashion T

  3. says:

    So charmed by this faerie tale not too long not too short just right Hits all the tropes; dragon princess fairy godmother Then turns them upside down And inside out Slick turns of event abound and there isn't a prissy moment anywhereDon't want to give any of the surprises away because you should savor them when you stumble onto them unawares but there's a snarky Princess Bride vibe going on here; Styesville would be uite prosperous if one

  4. says:

    I received an ARC of this book from NetGalley and Less Than Three Press in exchange for an honest reviewThis is my first story by this author that I have readIt is difficult in its way trying to figure out what to put in a review for a story that is only 54 pages in length If it was a mystery there are things I could mention char

  5. says:

    What a delightful storyThe village of Styesville believes that they’re in need of a knight to solve their dragon problem But the solution to their problem arrives largely unnoticed Dea a faerie godmother’s apprentice drawn by the rumors of dragons She soon realizes that there’s something complex at the heart of Styesville’s crisisAt only about 18000 words The Faerie Godmother’s Apprentice Wore Green is a very uick read

  6. says:

    Unable to defend itself from the flames and ill intentions of a rampaging dragon the villagers of Styesville send out a reuest for a

  7. says:

    Book – The Faerie Godmother's Apprentice Wore GreenAuthor – Nicky KyleStar rating ★★★★☆No of Pages 54Movie Potential – ★★★★☆Ease of reading – very easy to read and followWould I read it again –

  8. says:

    This was a lovely surprise To be honest most of the short stories I read are average and I think that not many short stories are exceptionally good or that all authors who write splendid novels can also write great short stories So whenever I read one that is really good I get all excited This haha I realise I’m not writing this awful long title so this it is again is a short story in a high fantasy setting

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    Aromantic Asexual Dragon in training rescues lesbian from having to marry a manamong other thingsThings I Find While Shelving I received a free ARC via NetGalleyThere's a dragon pestering the small village of Styseville An odd sort of dragon There's lots of singed roofs stolen livestock and panic but it's left

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    Review written for Love Bytes ReviewsI found this to be a really interesting twist on what could be considered a