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Publisher's Summary 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 Publisher's Summary 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. Will love overcome fear before the end of her assignment? ©2020 Molly Harper (P)2020 Audible Originals, LLC.


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Publisher's Summary 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 Publisher's Summary 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. Will love overcome fear before the end of her assignment? ©2020 Molly Harper (P)2020 Audible Originals, LLC.

30 review for One Fine Fae

  1. 5 out of 5

    Montzalee Wittmann

    One Fine Fae By: Molly Harper Narrated by: Jonathan Davis, Amanda Ronconi I like the Mystic Bayou books, it's a home for supernatural creatures that don't want to be found out and like the company of other of their kind. Our gal of the story will be the midwife while the Doctor has her baby, a dragon baby. It's a fun town and characters that are fun, annoying, but well developed. There is humor and romance to go with a baby coming, baby dragon that is! I would love to live there! One Fine Fae By: Molly Harper Narrated by: Jonathan Davis, Amanda Ronconi I like the Mystic Bayou books, it's a home for supernatural creatures that don't want to be found out and like the company of other of their kind. Our gal of the story will be the midwife while the Doctor has her baby, a dragon baby. It's a fun town and characters that are fun, annoying, but well developed. There is humor and romance to go with a baby coming, baby dragon that is! I would love to live there!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Stacey is Sassy

    Quick, but I loved it... The Mystic Bayou series is so cute and I absolutely love each and every instalment. One Fine Fae takes us back to check in with the gang, as well as meet a few new people. The love story was sweet and left me satisfied even without getting any 'action'. I really liked that Charlotte would be happy with Leonard curse and all, but loved that she wanted better for him as well. Leonard's curse, while frustrating for him, was actually pretty cute. But, then again, I'm not the Quick, but I loved it... The Mystic Bayou series is so cute and I absolutely love each and every instalment. One Fine Fae takes us back to check in with the gang, as well as meet a few new people. The love story was sweet and left me satisfied even without getting any 'action'. I really liked that Charlotte would be happy with Leonard curse and all, but loved that she wanted better for him as well. Leonard's curse, while frustrating for him, was actually pretty cute. But, then again, I'm not the poor unfortunate to wear a bowl of punch in my lap. 😉 The narrators do an amazing job AGAIN, but Jonathan Davis' Zed, is still my favourite. That gruff and swoony accent mixed with Molly Harper's, witty characterisation, is just AWESOME! Fingers crossed there will be more Mystic Bayou in the future.

  3. 4 out of 5

    ☕️Kimberly

    I love Mystic Bayou and the characters there. Harper has created a town and world I would visit again and again. While each audiobook has its own romance, the overall story ARCs and character development have me recommending you listen to them in the order of their release. Charlotte McBee arrives in Mystic Bayou to help a certain phoenix shifter deliver a metal dragon egg. Oh, boy! Charlotte is used to being mobile, but with the rift and a population growth, they need her skills in Mystic Bayou. I love Mystic Bayou and the characters there. Harper has created a town and world I would visit again and again. While each audiobook has its own romance, the overall story ARCs and character development have me recommending you listen to them in the order of their release. Charlotte McBee arrives in Mystic Bayou to help a certain phoenix shifter deliver a metal dragon egg. Oh, boy! Charlotte is used to being mobile, but with the rift and a population growth, they need her skills in Mystic Bayou. Charlotte is fae, and she can’t help but notice Leonard. He is handsome and kind, but she is wary when she notices he is plagued by an ancient fairy curse. Gah, this was delightful. I laughed during the birth, and Bael’s over protectiveness. Leonard is such a sweetie, and I enjoyed seeing the relationship build between him and Charlotte. For being a novella, Harper did a splendid job of pulling me in, moving the story forward and giving me a sweet romance to swoon over. Jonathan Davis was perfect for Leonard’s POV and captured his personality. Amanda Ronconi is always a welcome favorite and captures Harper’s humor while bringing Charlotte and the other characters to life. This review was originally posted at Caffeinated Reviewer

  4. 5 out of 5

    aarya

    Meh. Least impressive installment of this series so far. Read via audible plus.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Terri ♥ (aka Mrs. Christian Grey)

    I liked this one a lot better. No need for declarations of insta love. A super cute enjoyable read. No complaints.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Kristine

    What can I say? I am a sucker for the happenings of Mystic Bayou. I was on Audible last night and saw this audio version listed as a New Release. I was doubly thrilled when I realized it was free! So, this is a very short novella introducing us to Charlotte, who is a type of Fae. She also happens to be a midwife and is coming to Mystic Bayou to help with the birth of Jillian and Bael's baby. This is the first of its kind baby between a dragon and a phoenix, so it's completely up in the air how t What can I say? I am a sucker for the happenings of Mystic Bayou. I was on Audible last night and saw this audio version listed as a New Release. I was doubly thrilled when I realized it was free! So, this is a very short novella introducing us to Charlotte, who is a type of Fae. She also happens to be a midwife and is coming to Mystic Bayou to help with the birth of Jillian and Bael's baby. This is the first of its kind baby between a dragon and a phoenix, so it's completely up in the air how this baby is going to come into the world. Are they are going to have a bird, a baby dragon or a regular baby? Of course, add in the male MC whose entire family has been under a faerie curse for the last 200 years and you get the usual shenanigans. If I had one complaint, it would be that it was too short. Regardless, I loved the excuse to check in on some of my favorite characters and enjoyed every minute of it :)

  7. 5 out of 5

    Tracy

    This was cute, not as funny as the other full length novels but it did have a few funny parts. All of them mostly including Zed. I really enjoy this world though.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Mia

    very cute! hope this series goes on forever😄

  9. 4 out of 5

    Angela (Angel's Guilty Pleasures)

    A cute and fun listen back into Mystic Bayou.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Kayla

    I knew I'd like this. This entire series has been pretty good and very interesting. I kinda hope there'll be more. 4 stars I knew I'd like this. This entire series has been pretty good and very interesting. I kinda hope there'll be more. 4 stars

  11. 5 out of 5

    Melissa

    Yes!!!! I'm so happy that Leonard gets his HEA!!!!!!!! Yes!!!! I'm so happy that Leonard gets his HEA!!!!!!!!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Blodeuedd Finland

    Short and nice, just what I needed. Charlotte is a midway and heading to Mystic Bayou to help a dragon and a phoenix with their egg. Yes things gets strange in the Bayou. We do meet side characters from previous books, but I did feel like this novella could stand on its own. Enough was learned to move along. While doing baby dragon egg stuff, she meets Leonard. The other POV, he has a Fae curse on him, oh I forgot to say that Charlotte is Fae! Anyway, poor Leonard, this is a mean curse that has be Short and nice, just what I needed. Charlotte is a midway and heading to Mystic Bayou to help a dragon and a phoenix with their egg. Yes things gets strange in the Bayou. We do meet side characters from previous books, but I did feel like this novella could stand on its own. Enough was learned to move along. While doing baby dragon egg stuff, she meets Leonard. The other POV, he has a Fae curse on him, oh I forgot to say that Charlotte is Fae! Anyway, poor Leonard, this is a mean curse that has been passed down generations for 200 years. They meet, they intrigue each other, and they were just cute. it is a novella, so it does not go deep, but I could still feel they were meant to be. I liked the two narrator thing. Ranconi is good, and I really liked Davis too. He had this nice smooth voice that fit so well, and I could have listened to it for a long time. But I must say that even in 1.7x it managed to feel that I could have speed up even more with his voice. But that is just me. It was lovely.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Aly

    I've read the first book in this series and now this little novella is making me want to listen to all the books! I like the different types of supernatural creatures in the bayou and that different people come together. In this book we see a phoenix and a dragon have a baby, plus a fae falls for a cursed man. Charlotte is sweet and pretty brave to deliver a dragon egg while the mom is on fire. She loves helping people and blessing new babies as they come into the world. Leonard is cursed becaus I've read the first book in this series and now this little novella is making me want to listen to all the books! I like the different types of supernatural creatures in the bayou and that different people come together. In this book we see a phoenix and a dragon have a baby, plus a fae falls for a cursed man. Charlotte is sweet and pretty brave to deliver a dragon egg while the mom is on fire. She loves helping people and blessing new babies as they come into the world. Leonard is cursed because one of his ancestors was a huge dick, but Leonard couldn't be nicer. I liked that they both fell for each other pretty quickly and that Charlotte wanted so badly to help him get rid of the curse. This was short but pretty cute and I'll be going back to finish the series!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Olga

    I liked the characters Charlotte and Leonard and their love story, and I did not quite like the fact that the reader for Leonard was reading much slower than the one for Charlotte, so it was a bit irritating each time it was Leonard's chapter. In short, she's nice, he's nice, they like each other at first sight, not too many obstacles for them to be together but some prejudice and a curse, all is quite manageable. Actually I liked Mystic Bayou and would love to read/listen some stories about the t I liked the characters Charlotte and Leonard and their love story, and I did not quite like the fact that the reader for Leonard was reading much slower than the one for Charlotte, so it was a bit irritating each time it was Leonard's chapter. In short, she's nice, he's nice, they like each other at first sight, not too many obstacles for them to be together but some prejudice and a curse, all is quite manageable. Actually I liked Mystic Bayou and would love to read/listen some stories about the town and its inhabitants, so if the novella was a kind of promo for the series, it works, count me in.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Deanie Nelder

    Return to Mystic Bayou, the town where supernaturals and humans live side by side, with a new twist -- thanks to the indiscretion of a supernatural being caught shapeshifting on camera, now the entire world knows about the existence of magic. Fae midwife Charlotte McBee has come to town to deliver the baby dragon-phoenix hybrid of Jillian and Bael (from How to Date Your Dragon) -- which involves her wearing a fire-proof suit while staying in a cave (which is so Mystic Bayou). The love story betw Return to Mystic Bayou, the town where supernaturals and humans live side by side, with a new twist -- thanks to the indiscretion of a supernatural being caught shapeshifting on camera, now the entire world knows about the existence of magic. Fae midwife Charlotte McBee has come to town to deliver the baby dragon-phoenix hybrid of Jillian and Bael (from How to Date Your Dragon) -- which involves her wearing a fire-proof suit while staying in a cave (which is so Mystic Bayou). The love story between Charlotte and Leonard is underdeveloped, with much of the focus on the town itself and Jillian and Bael, but I still really liked this book because I love the continuing characters in the series. I would move to Mystic Bayou if it were a real place.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Micky Cox

    Delivering the baby of a dragon shifter and Phoenix is hard enough, but add in being distracted by the local cursed human and all sorts of fun activities will start to fill your day! A humorous romance with a paranormal twist that lightens the action of the series with a lighthearted and witty book after the serious action of the last few books. A fun series to listen to and I'm looking forward to the next book! Delivering the baby of a dragon shifter and Phoenix is hard enough, but add in being distracted by the local cursed human and all sorts of fun activities will start to fill your day! A humorous romance with a paranormal twist that lightens the action of the series with a lighthearted and witty book after the serious action of the last few books. A fun series to listen to and I'm looking forward to the next book!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Ian

    A fairy falls in love with a man who was cursed by fairies.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Francesca ❆

    We go back to Mystyc Bayou once again! This novella was mainly focused on the birth (or laying?) of Jillian and Bael’s baby/egg. Theres also a small side romance between the fae midwife, Charlotte, and Leonard, a local whose entire family has been cursed by a fae generations ago. Just like the other novella, this one suffered from the same issue: the relationship was developed too quickly, borderline instantly love, and the characters didn’t have a lot of space to breathe and show us their full pe We go back to Mystyc Bayou once again! This novella was mainly focused on the birth (or laying?) of Jillian and Bael’s baby/egg. Theres also a small side romance between the fae midwife, Charlotte, and Leonard, a local whose entire family has been cursed by a fae generations ago. Just like the other novella, this one suffered from the same issue: the relationship was developed too quickly, borderline instantly love, and the characters didn’t have a lot of space to breathe and show us their full personality.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Thomas

    A fun dip back into Mystic Bayou post rift in the fabric of the world. Literary comfort food.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Penelope

    I was delighted with ONE FINE FAE novella (#6) an Audible Original recording in the Mystic Bayou series by Holly Harper. ONE FINE FAE follows ALWAYS BE MY BANSHEE making it the last story in the Mystic Bayou series (so far) - a quick reading, quirky, paranormal romance book series. I do not recommend ONE FINE FAE as a standalone title. Rather, I suggest beginning at the beginning of the series and reading the books in order. The book characters weave through one another and the series contains a I was delighted with ONE FINE FAE novella (#6) an Audible Original recording in the Mystic Bayou series by Holly Harper. ONE FINE FAE follows ALWAYS BE MY BANSHEE making it the last story in the Mystic Bayou series (so far) - a quick reading, quirky, paranormal romance book series. I do not recommend ONE FINE FAE as a standalone title. Rather, I suggest beginning at the beginning of the series and reading the books in order. The book characters weave through one another and the series contains an encompassing story arc. I enjoyed this audio version very much. The narrators (Jonathan Davis & Amanda Ronconi) did a wonderful job with the various voices and kept the reading interesting and a pleasure to hear. In ONE FINE FAE, Charlotte McBee/FMC is a trained fae mid-wife who has been sent to Mystic Bayou, Louisiana to assist with the unprecedented birth of a new baby born to a shifter couple - consisting of a dragon shifter man and his Phoenix shifter bride. Charlotte is fairly certain the parentage will produce unusual circumstances at the birthing. Leonard/MMC is a man whose family line was cursed by a angry female fae 200 years in the past. Leonard has been employed by the International League for Interspecies Cooperation (ILIC) in Mystic Bayou and is present when Charlotte arrives. Charlotte and Leonard become aquatinted while Charlotte waits for her patient’s due date to arrive and a few sparks sizzle with mutual attraction. Will Leonard’s curse prevent their attraction from growing? Will he resent the fact that Charlotte, herself, is fae? Charlotte travels routinely through her job. Is a relationship possible between Charlotte and Leonard? I really enjoyed audio version of the novella ONE FINE FAE. READER CAUTIONS - VIOLENCE - None. PROFANITY - Yes. Strong language used infrequently. SEXUAL SITUATIONS - None. Simple kisses. This was my first Audible Original recording and I was very pleased with it. I would definitely purchase another audio with either narrator and I would consider listening to another Audible Original recording. I enjoyed the story ONE FINE FAE; this series is fun!

  21. 5 out of 5

    Shannon

    One Fine Fae Mystic Bayou, Book 4.5 I Picked Up This Book Because: Continue the series. Media Type: Audiobook Source: AudiblePlus Dates Read: 6/23/21 - 6/24//21 Stars: 4 Stars The Characters: Charlotte McBee: Leonard: The Story: I love a story where the main characters are drawn together even when they don't want to be. I also loved watching Jillian and Bael become parents. This was a super cute and super quick addition to Mystic Bayou that I am h One Fine Fae Mystic Bayou, Book 4.5 I Picked Up This Book Because: Continue the series. Media Type: Audiobook Source: AudiblePlus Dates Read: 6/23/21 - 6/24//21 Stars: 4 Stars The Characters: Charlotte McBee: Leonard: The Story: I love a story where the main characters are drawn together even when they don't want to be. I also loved watching Jillian and Bael become parents. This was a super cute and super quick addition to Mystic Bayou that I am here for. This town is the best and I’m looking forward to it’s continued expansion. The Random Thoughts:

  22. 4 out of 5

    Darcy

    This one was fun. I liked how Charlotte showed up at the Bayou and how well she fit in. It was fun to see her not have to hide anything magik. I loved how she had an instant crush on Leonard and he had one on her as well. I thought Leonard did a good job of telling Charlotte of the curse in his life, that had to be hard as it seemed to be the cause of all horrible things. I liked that Charlotte wanted to do something about it and went about trying to find a way. Another great fun for this one was This one was fun. I liked how Charlotte showed up at the Bayou and how well she fit in. It was fun to see her not have to hide anything magik. I loved how she had an instant crush on Leonard and he had one on her as well. I thought Leonard did a good job of telling Charlotte of the curse in his life, that had to be hard as it seemed to be the cause of all horrible things. I liked that Charlotte wanted to do something about it and went about trying to find a way. Another great fun for this one was Bael and Jillian having their baby. Loved thatCharlotte was there to help and how they all deal with Bael's dragon ways. So many happy things happening in this one!

  23. 5 out of 5

    Christy

    3.5 stars for the writing. 5 stars for the narration. Hence, the 4-star rating. Another snark-filled fun addition to Molly Harper's PNR world. Honestly though, this one felt a bit rushed. It was only a short one, I know, but if it had been about a quarter longer, it still would have been plenty short but much more flushed out. It just felt like it was too quick & left out more of the relationship development we normally get from this great author. As always, the narration was superb & perfect for 3.5 stars for the writing. 5 stars for the narration. Hence, the 4-star rating. Another snark-filled fun addition to Molly Harper's PNR world. Honestly though, this one felt a bit rushed. It was only a short one, I know, but if it had been about a quarter longer, it still would have been plenty short but much more flushed out. It just felt like it was too quick & left out more of the relationship development we normally get from this great author. As always, the narration was superb & perfect for this author. But, it was a surprise (I didn't know it was coming out), and a free one at that on the audible plus catalog.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Jenny Houle

    Definitely a little short and the ending felt inconclusive to an extent. Am so looking forward to the next book. The newest parents and parents-to-be in Mystic Bayou definitely open up so many new ways the stories can go. I'm also pretty sure that Amanda Ronconi and Jonathan Davis are 1/2 the reason I want to move to Mystic Bayou. They are the perfect narrators for this series, and I've definitely come to expect them when I listen. Definitely a little short and the ending felt inconclusive to an extent. Am so looking forward to the next book. The newest parents and parents-to-be in Mystic Bayou definitely open up so many new ways the stories can go. I'm also pretty sure that Amanda Ronconi and Jonathan Davis are 1/2 the reason I want to move to Mystic Bayou. They are the perfect narrators for this series, and I've definitely come to expect them when I listen.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer

    A fun trip back to Mystic Bayou.

  26. 5 out of 5

    G.

    I didn't want it to end. 😭😭😭 I absolutely adore the Mystic Bayou crew. It's definitely worth a listen. The narrators do such a good job bringing everyone to life. I didn't want it to end. 😭😭😭 I absolutely adore the Mystic Bayou crew. It's definitely worth a listen. The narrators do such a good job bringing everyone to life.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Cait

    Another adorable installment in the Mystic Bayou series. It’s warm, funny, and cheerful. Any fan of Molly Harper and Mystic Bayou will love it.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Katherine

    Another entry in this charming series. Nice to meet a new character and see the rest of the gang too. Part of Audible Plus.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Lorna

    Story 4.25 stars Narration 5 stars. I listen to Harper’s books because Amanda Ronconi is a wonderful narrator and perfect for Harper’s work. This actually was one of the better ones of this series. Nothing I can put my finger on, I just enjoyed this one a bit better than some earlier installments. Humor is the key element here, along with paranormal creatures of all sorts. And of course a good romance. Recommended!

  30. 5 out of 5

    Karen

    A short fantasy read for busy days.

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