Audiobook Review: One Fine Fae (Mystic Bayou, #4.5) ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

One Fine Fae by Molly Harper

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Take a trip to the beloved supernatural town of Mystic Bayou in this brilliantly funny new stand-alone novella – written for audio-first!

Charlotte McBee knows she’s in for a challenge when she accepts a job as midwife for a dragon and a phoenix shifter. Being a fairy herself, it isn’t the supernatural world that scares her. It’s the thought of delivering a giant metal dragon’s egg, which has her gritting her teeth in pain for poor Jillian, the anxious mother-to-be.

While preparing for the big event, a handsome town resident catches her eye. Leonard is kind, charming, and a little bit mysterious. He’s also suffering from a highly unusual condition brought on by an ancient fairy curse, and he’s too wary of Charlotte to allow her to get close.

One Fine Fae

Fairy curses, dragon eggs and pie!




The following ratings are out of 5:
Narration: 🎙🎙🎙🎙🎙
Romance: 💙💚🖤💜❤️
Heat/Steam: 🔥🔥🔥
Story/Plot: 📕📗📘📙📙
World building: 🌎🌍🌏🌎🌍
Character development: 😚😌😉😎🥰

The heroine: Charlotte – A fae midwife who works for the International League for Interspecies Cooperation. She came to Mystic Bayou to help Jillian give birth to a big metal egg (phoenix-dragon hybrid).

The Hero: Leonard – a human who also works for the League. His family line has been fairy cursed with clumsiness for hundreds of years, the clumsiness gets worse the more anxious they are. He used to work in a lab, but that career ended due to the curse. He now works as an executive assistant to the director of the Mystic Bayou office of the League.

The Story: Charlotte comes to Mystic Bayou and is immediately attracted to Leonard despite his curse. Leonard is a bit wary of Charlotte at first especially considering she is a fairy and jokes about cursing someone.



This series gets better and more imaginative as it goes on. The whole thing about Jillian being pregnant with a Dragon Egg is awesome. She even has to sit on a nest after delivering the egg. She bursts into blue flames with every contraction. The rest of the town are no less interesting and the townsfolk’s love of pie grows with each book as well.

The narration was great, as in all the prior books. The book was told in dual points of view in dual narration by Amanda Ronconi and Jonathon Davis. I am liking these narrators more and more as the series progresses. This one was a novella (just over 3 hours long). But it had a great story and was wonderful.

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