My Pictorial Journey Through MFGIDQ

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by David Clawson, author of 'My Fairy Godmother is a Drag Queen'

You’d need a fairy godmother too if you and your step-sister’s boyfriend were in love.

Chris Bellows is just trying to get through high school and survive being the only stepchild in the social-climbing Fontaine family, whose recently diminished fortune hasn’t dimmed their desire to mingle with Upper East Side society. Chris sometimes feels more like a maid than part of the family. But when Chris’s stepsister Kimberly begins dating golden boy J. J. Kennerly, heir to a political dynasty, everything changes. Because Chris and J. J. fall in love . . . with each other…

The magical story of MFGIDQ is captured through scenic photos of New York City. Keep reading to step into the tale of Chris Bellows.

Chris Bellows lived in a brownstone not unlike…

…frequently feeling lonely.

But one night he met a fabulous drag queen named Coco Chanel Jones, who took him to a ball at…

Not that they entered through the front, like the rich and famous guests…

But, even so, Chris accidentally met an amazing guy, J.J. Kennerly, which may have involved a pair of shoes not unlike these…

To thank his new friend Coco for getting him into the ball, Chris took him a yummy gift.

The catch was, Chris and J.J. had to keep their romance a secret. Which was difficult, because J.J. was very famous and constantly hounded by the press.

But sometimes they would manage to slip off with friends through the anonymous throngs of New Yorkers…

Chris and J.J. fell in love. But it was complicated. They even argued. Which made them both miserable. They decided to have a day where they would ignore their problems, and just enjoy each other and their wonderful city.

They even thought about what their love might become if their lives were less complicated…

But then it looked like the fairy tale might have to end in heartbreak…at another glamorous ball…

In another very public venue…

Find out how it all unfolded…and how it ended…

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