Princess Meriel’s brothers have been cursed. A terrible enchantment—cast by their conniving new stepmother—has transformed the handsome princes into swans. They now swim forlornly on a beautiful heart-shaped lake that lies just beyond the castle walls.
Meriel will do whatever it takes to rescue her beloved brothers. But she must act quickly. If Heart Lake freezes, her brothers will be forced to fly south or perish.
With help from her newfound friends Riona and Liam—a pretty half-witch and her clever brother—Meriel vows to finish a seemingly impossible task. If she completes it, her brothers may be saved.
But if she fails . . . all will be lost.
What a lesson-in-life relationship between siblings, yet when evil enters, love always prevails!
I love a well written fairy tale re-telling and Diane has done a wonderful job with her story of Meriel and her brothers whom are all turned into swans.
It seemed to me that we were just continuously torturing this character for no particular reason.
loved the book! literally could not put it down :-) totally worth reading............that's all I can think of cause the book speak s for itselfPublished 3 months ago by Kindle Customer
I often read books for my mother who works as a librarian/teacher in a school and happened to see this book in my library's "Lucky Day" shelf which is often newer releases that get... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Airmid
My nieces and I have read all of Diane Zahler's "Princess" books and we love them - including Princess of the Wild Swans. Read morePublished 17 months ago by L. Herb
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An adventurous princess trapped by the bounds placed upon her by her title is freed to become the person she'd... Read more
Princess of the Wild Swans by Diane Zahler is a retelling of the Six Swans. The story follows Meriel the only daughter in the kings household. Read morePublished on April 25, 2012 by S. Power
Princess of the Wild Swans by Diane Zahler was a super cute, fast read. I had so much fun reading and am excited to check out Diane Zahler's other books after this. Read morePublished on February 19, 2012 by Erica