Nick feels like a failure. Though his wife’s career is soaring, his has hit a dead end with a terminal case of writer’s block. Worse, ever since her promotion, Kate is no fun anymore. Where did her whimsy go? He’s trying as hard as he can to do everything and find a bestselling idea for his next book, but doing housework and paying bills aren’t his strong suits. When Nick forgets to enroll their daughter in kindergarten and pay some important bills, Kate gives him an ultimatum—grow up and act responsibly, or she’ll file for separation.
Desperate to keep their family together, Nick impulsively enlists the help of a family of wild and wacky Irish brownies to win back his estranged wife. Unfortunately, the cure may be worse than the disease. The Trouble With Fairies is . . . they’re awfully hard to get rid of.
(Originally published in the Midsummer Night’s Magic Anthology)
“The Trouble With Fairies is an absolutely delightful read! A fanciful, magical treat guaranteed to restore a touch of whimsy to your soul!” —Maggie Shayne
“Ms. McCutcheon has written a story that will touch your heart and help you rediscover the magic of your imagination. I highly recommend The Trouble With Fairies for those who believe that as long magic lives in your heart, it can live in your life. — Under the Covers Book Reviews
“We could all use a little whimsy in our lives–in this tale, it’s a requirement.
This takes the reader on a magical journey.” — Bell, Book, and Candle
“Pam McCutcheon has crafted a delightful tale featuring extraordinary characters…a magical story highlighting the importance of believing in a little magic as well as in each other.” — GEnie RomEx Reviews