Tread Lightly by Catherine Lane

(4 customer reviews)

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Author: Catherine Lane

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A fairy godmother fights to find her happily ever after in modern Los Angeles in this lesbian fantasy novella.

Claire, fairy godmother level one plus, is one of the best operatives at the Fairy Godmother Council, but god-mothering in the twenty-first century isn’t all it used to be. The magic’s drying up; the girls are spoiled brats, and guardian angels poach the council’s best clients whenever they can.

When her boss assigns her a VIP case, Claire assumes it’s more of the same. But Frankie, her client, seems to be the deserving underdog of the olden days. And Tamiel, the guardian angel who pops onto the scene, swears she’s there to protect Frankie, not to steal her. It doesn’t hurt she’s smokin’ hot.

As the case starts to unravel, Claire is forced to examine her own prejudices and desires. Is she heading for certain ruin, or will she grab her happily ever after in this lesbian urban fantasy?

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Publication Date

February 2017


epub (for Kindle Reader/Kindle Apps, for iBooks, Nook etc.), mobi, and pdf


35,000 words




978-3-95533-818-3 (mobi), 978-3-95533-819-0 (epub), 978-3-95533-820-6 (pdf)


Ylva Publishing

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4 reviews for Tread Lightly by Catherine Lane

  1. Karen Mcintosh


    This is a really great, fun story that had me smiling all the way through. A tale of Fairy Godmothers, Guardian Angels and a few bad guys it is full of warmth and humour and a little bit of sexy spice. Claire is a Fairy Godmother who finds herself taking on a very unusual case and meeting the most wonderful and gorgeous Guardian Angel, Tamiel. As they work together to help a client they are drawn to each other and it gets hot! I loved it!

    I was given this ARC by Ylva Publishing in return for an honest review.

  2. Patti Cobb


    I’m not a big urban fantasy reader, but the some of the reviews on Goodreads made me want to take a chance on this book. I am so glad I did. This book is FUN and clever. I love the way it updates the fairy godmother story with wands that think for themselves, controlling bosses, competing organizations etc… The “clients” are great too. Ms. Lane knows teenagers and young adults and how self-obsessed they are. That was almost my favorite part. There is a lot going on in this book, especially considering the length. I really like how it moves right along without feeling like it is skimping on the details. I bought the book on Amazon and was very glad I did.

  3. jane shambler


    This book on one hand kind of took me back to my childhood and the fairy tales my parents read to me. On the other hand it reminded me of the fairy tales I read as an adult. Yoy know good over evil and the evil really trying to win. But I’ll admit I would love to see a sequel. The author kind off set it up for a sequel and I would definately read it as I want to know what comes next. It is a book I would definately recommend as it is an easy light hearted book and very well written. I enjoyed it I hope you do too

  4. pharridge


    I have to say I’m not a fantasy or sci-fi fan but the concept of this book caught my attention. Catherine Lane has a good writing style that allows the reader to imagine what she has written on the page.
    The characters are interesting and the story although not what I’m not normally drawn to was enjoyable and I found myself invested in Claire and Tamiel’s plight. I would read more from this author.
    I received an arc in exchange for an honest review.

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