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Reviewed by Anne Boling for Readers' Favorite
Ivy received an invitation to a Fairy Tale Ball. She had always loved fairy tales, but she was too old to believe in them. Inside the envelope was gold dust. When she touched the dust, her clothing changed to a Red Riding Hood outfit. The Immortals were determined to get Ivy to the party. They sent A. Donis to convince her; no mortal could resist his charm.
With nothing to lose, Ivy again touched the gold fairy dust. When she looked in the mirror, she was dressed like Beauty. A gold carriage picked her up and whisked her to the ball. All her favorite fairy tale characters were at the ball, and she was seated with Prince Charming.
It did not end there; the fairy tales needed her. The king was ill, and now so was Rose. Betrayal, danger, adventure, magic, and love were waiting for Ivy.
One Enchanted Evening by Crystal Inman is a delightful read for someone who grew up believing in fairy tales. Many of my favorite characters were mentioned and a few I had never heard of. Fans of paranormal will enjoy One Enchanted Evening.