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One The last thing I expected to see when I stepped through the door of the coffee shop was a fairy godmother.

Now Katie and Owen must work side by side (but alas, not cheek to cheek) to thwart the villains’ plans. Even worse, it could also mean the end of Katie’s happily-ever-after. But just when it looks like Katie has found her prince, in pops her inept fairy godmother, Ethelinda, to throw a wand into the works. A plot hatched by MSI’s rogue ex-employees, Idris and his evil fairy gal pal Ari, threatens to expose the company’s secrets–and the very existence of magic itself.I work for a magical company, so running into fairies, gnomes, elves, wizards, and talking gargoyles is something that happens every day.But I’d never yet seen an honest-to-goodness fairy godmother, and I really wasn’t expecting to see one that morning because, for the first time in my life, I really didn’t need one. At the company Christmas party, Owen Palmer, the wonderfully handsome, brilliant, powerful wizard who also happened to be an incredibly nice guy, had kissed me like he meant it and told me he’d always had an interest in me.I lingered near the doorway, waiting either for Owen to show up or for someone to vacate a table.“Yoo hoo! ” I turned when I heard my name and saw the fairy godmother waving at me.

I waved back halfheartedly, and she pointed her wand at the empty seat across from her. There was always a chance I could talk her into leaving, and then I would have managed to snag a table before Owen got there.

“Oh good, you’re right on time,” she said as I sat down.“On time for what? I’ll be managing your case, helping you find true love.”“There must have been some kind of mix-up then. You would have really come in handy for the past ten years, but now things are finally working out for me.”She waved her star-topped wand over the table and an elaborately decorated china tea set appeared.

” I asked.“Our meeting, of course.” She gave a tinkling little laugh. As she poured two cups and dropped in lumps of sugar, she said, “We don’t make mistakes. But I’m actually meeting someone for a date here in a minute or two.

When she’s not writing or watching television and movies so she can write about them, she enjoys cooking, traveling, singing, and looking for new hobbies to make her author bio longer and more interesting.

She lives in Texas, but loves to play Southern belle in New York as often as possible.

We were meeting for brunch at a snug little coffee shop on Irving Place, possibly the most romantic New York setting I could imagine for a casual first date.