Savannah has it all. She has the looks, the popularity, the hot boyfriend. Never mind that Hunter is a little on the brainy side and Savannah is, well, not. When Savannah's older, nerdy sister, Jane, steals Hunter, Savannah is devastated.
Enter Chrissy Everstar: a teenage fairy doing an extra credit project because she only scored Fair in Godmother school.
Chrissy grants Savannah 3 wishes, but there is a reason Chrissy only Fair. First she sends Savannah to the Middle Ages, twice. Then she sends a boy from Savannah's school back through time and leaves him there to become a prince. It's up to Savannah to rescue the knight in shining armor.
The story that ensues is full of fun, hilarious dialogue. Savannah shows the reader not all smarts come from books, and not all attraction comes from looks.
I loved every second of My Fair Godmother, and I am earnestly looking forward to My Unfair Godmother.