The Fairest Kind of Love
"Amber! I never even thought of that! Maybe she can tell you your match."Whoa. Now that's interesting. Amber Sand has spent half her life solidifying other people's happily-ever-afters. As a matchmaker, she has the ability to look into anyone's eyes and see their perfect match. But lately, her powers have been on the fritz, and not only is she totally unsure whether her matches are true, she can't see anyone in the eyes of her boyfriend Charlie Blitzman. With Amber and her friends graduating high school and about to take off for various colleges, Amber is hoping to have one last carefree summer-but she's also dying to find a way to fix her powers, and learn, for better or worse, if she and Charlie are truly meant to be. So when an online matchmaker named Madame Lamour comes to Chicago, Amber sets out to talk to her and find out who her match is once and for all. Of course, when it comes to the magical community, nothing's ever that easy, and Amber soon finds herself caught up in a breathless showdown that involves a fairy family feud and a magical-creature auction -- and requires teaming up with a certain siren nemesis. Can Amber and her friends save the day one more time before setting off for their new lives? And will Amber ever learn whether Charlie is her one true love? With tons of laugh-out-loud moments, appearances by all your favorite characters, and one totally tearful reveal, you won't want to miss a single swoony moment of this romantic conclusion to the Windy City Magic trilogy.
- Hardback | 320 pages
- 140 x 211 x 30mm | 476g
- 05 Mar 2019
- Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
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PRAISE FOR BEST KIND OF MAGIC, THE "Cestari adds amusing magical underpinnings to familiar growing pains... Amber's doubts about her abilities... and her sharp wit make her an authentic and relatable narrator as she's forced to learn how to see the magic in the everyday."--Publishers Weekly
About Crystal Cestari
Crystal Cestari lives just outside Chicago with her daughter. Her hobbies include avoiding broccoli and wandering the aisles at Target. She holds a master's degree in mass communication, and writes all her stories in longhand. She is the author of the Windy City Magic series and Super Adjacent.