Twelve princesses suffer from a puzzling (if silly) curse, and anyone who ends it will win a reward. Reveka, a sharp-witted and irreverent apprentice herbalist, wants that reward. But her investigations lead to deeper mysteries and a daunting choice—will she break the curse at the peril of her own soul?
The characters are both sympathetic and lovable.
Things are wrapped up nicely, and one can end this book feeling like it's complete, with the reader given an idea of what Reveka's future will hold.
The Princess Curse is a nice mix of a well known fairy tale and various mythologies, with likeable characters and an interesting plot.
I love stories that are remakes of fairytales. This one was supremely well done. I hope the author rewrites other fairytales.Published 2 days ago by Kindle Customer
A wonderful book. More a 'beauty and the beast' type story, I do hope the author will continue the story so we find out what happens.Published 4 months ago by Carole L. Eggum
I love retelling of fairytales. This one pulled me not exactly following a set fairytale. But it deals with a curse of twelve dancing princesses and a smidge of Beauty and the... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
My 9 year old daughter loved this book. When she finished it, she left me a note asking if we could get the next in the series.Published 7 months ago by Lisa L. Ostreim
I really liked this story. Just enough fantasy and romance for my taste. Is suitable to kids 10 and up, but I am an adult and liked it. Read morePublished 7 months ago by S. Mccausland
I picked this book up thinking that it was a light, humorous romp poking fun at a bunch of princess tropes. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
A terribly interesting tale with a compelling story line. A dynamic lead character with interesting and complicated side-characters, a great nemesis, and a fascinating moral... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Jena
I'm going to start off with saying, I liked the book. Really I did. I wavered for quite a while about whether to mark it as 3 stars, or 4 stars. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Saturne
I found the characters quite engaging. It was like the two main characters had met their match in each other.Published 10 months ago by Amazon Customer