Series: Destiny Falls Mystery & Magic #1
on November 15th, 2020
Genres: Cozy Mystery
Source: Author's Copy
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An accidental journey through a magic mirror. A portal to an enchanted land. A mysterious family she never knew she had. Hayden's life is upended with the wonder of Destiny Falls. But it is tainted by the danger that brought her here and that threatens her newfound family. Can Hayden and her sassy sidekick remove the threat, so that she can begin her magical new life in this captivating world?
…When Hayden was a child, she lost her cat. Adults told her the cat ran away, but she knew the truth. The mirror had taken her. She knew because the mirror gave her a glimpse of an alternate world and had nearly pulled her in, so she was certain the cat had suffered that fate.
Twenty years later, Hayden discovers the secret of the mirror when she is thrust into it. She learns of an enchanted world she never knew existed, and a family she never knew she had.
But danger brought her here, and it followed her. Now, Hayden is on a mission to remove the threat, so that she can begin her magical, meaningful new life in this enchanted world.
- Age appropriate: from young adult +
- Language: squeaky clean.
- Adult content: wishful thinking with two sexy hunks.
- Violence: you won’t need therapy.
- Magic: tons.
Greetings Humans! For those of you who do not know me yet, my name is Elza. I am a fluffy white kitten who will present you with a review for Falling into Magic. My Mommy has written a couple of reviews, but ever since this book fell into her lap, I begged her to do the review from my point of view.
and more specifically, the magical town of
If you thought Storybrooke had magical powers, wait till you spot Destiny Falls on the map of enchanted realms. “Destiny Falls was a community, perhaps a town, maybe a world. It was unique and magnificent. And it was very, very well hidden.”
Okay, I’m exaggerating here. But not really as much as you would imagine. When Hayden woke up (in a magical mansion) she was greeted by her brother who she didn’t even knew she had. The only Axel she knew in “our” world, was this guy
I tell you, they breed them better in Destiny Falls. Hayden quickly realizes that she is part of a very important family, the Caldwells. Better known as the chosen ones. No, they are not vampires or the last remaining family after the apocalypse. This is a fairytale, stay with the plot and theme, please. Thus – they were the town’s royalty (see, like a princess).
Hayden soon meets the rest of family who are all picture perfect. But as we know, no fairytale can be complete without a villain, an evil stepmother/grandmother, a fairy godmother and a talking animal or two. Okay, maybe there isn’t a fairy godmother, but there is a fairy housekeeper and the talking animal is non other than Sassy! Who now goes by the name Latifa and she is so the true queen of this story with one sassy personality. Jazz hands to you girlfriend!
My Mommy says I need to stop with the spoiler alerts now, so if you want to know what actually happens from here on, you better read the book. It won’t disappoint. It’s very Disney’ish (to quote the author), and Disney always delivers.
Thanks for this lovely review copy, Elizabeth! Both me and my Mommy enjoyed this tremendously and we wish you all the best and top of the best sellers with this one.
about the author
Parenting educator Elizabeth Pantley is president of Better Beginnings, Inc., a family resource and education company. Elizabeth frequently speaks to parents at schools, hospitals, and parent groups around the world. Her presentations are received with enthusiasm, and praised as realistic, warm and helpful.
She is a regular radio show guest and frequently quoted as a parenting expert in newspapers and magazines such as Parents, Parenting, American Baby, Woman’s Day, Good Housekeeping, and Redbook and on hundreds of parent-directed Web sites. She publishes a newsletter, Parent Tips, which is distributed in schools nationwide.
Elizabeth is the author of 13 popular parenting books, available in 24 languages.
Elizabeth and her husband, Robert, live in the state of Washington along with their four children and “Grama.”