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- Print Length: 256 pages
- Publication Date: March 24, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00V7E9RVG
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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[Very light spoiler re book 1 in the next paragraph.]
Having said that ... The Enchanted Rose is sooo much better. It's loosely connected to book 1 in that it's the same world (which the author develops a bit more in this book) and one of the main characters here is the son of the two main characters in book 1 [that's the light spoiler, but c'mon, you probably knew book 1 ended in a HEA]. This book 2 can totally stand up by itself and be fully enjoyed by those who haven't read book 1, but I suggest reading book 1 anyway both because it IS a very good book and because it does give background for this book.
Anyway, since I know I diverted, back to this book. Go get The Enchanted Rose. I pretty much guarantee that if you found the author's blurb intriguing you will love this book. It's well written, has a great plot full of twists and turns that totally work but which you totally don't expect, and with a logical ending the route to which you wouldn't have predicted from the start. The characters are developed and are they kind you get invested in. The romance parts just work (I wrote that bit the way I did on purpose, you'll see). It's really just a totally enjoyable great fantasy novel. My only complaint? I wish it had been a bit longer. Not because it doesn't feel complete, it totally does, but just because I'd like to have had the enjoyment stretch out a bit more. I'd give this book a 4.5 in stars if I could, but I'm notoriously chintzy on stars so I suspect many will give it that 5th star.
It was easy to read and quite entertaining but for me, I thought that Missing Royal was a much better story all round.
There is mystery mixed into this sweet tale of forbidden love giving this story its edge. I will definitely be continuing this series and will enjoy seeing all the recurring characters.
I was gifted a copy of this book which I voluntarily read, in exchange for an honest review.
Note: the review contains spoilers!
This is the perfect evil stepmother story except Queen Jossa isn't Princess Roselyn's stepmother. No wait, she's . . . I'll come back to that.
So the evil queen is forcing her daughter to marry Prince Chavez and go off in live in Elna instead of living in Tivor which Roselyn will one day inherit. That doesn't sound the least bit shady. But living up to fairy tales, Roslyn falls in love with Prince Osric of Wentsden who loves her and is the son of Queen Shanice and King Valentino who were the main characters in the first book in this series. Meanwhile, Roslyn's maid Madrid is falling for Prince Chavez and he for her.
And none of our four teenage lovers has any real power to change anything, right? You forgot: this is a land of magic, and where there is magic, anything can happen. Which is why there is now a terrible Magic storm tearing everything apart! Houses, barns, trees, parts of the castle. It's all going down. So Prince Oric, as all heros do, goes off to fight the storm, free the trapped magic, save the kingdoms, and find a way to marry his true love. Easy peasy. Not. The author do an excellent job of taking the reader on a wild journey with wizards and dragons and fairies.
Eqaully well done is changing the narrative from Roselyn's point of view to Oric's. It brings the action and turmoil up close and personal.
So how does it all end? Does true love win? Not telling. I will tell you that both the storm and the evil queen are stopped stopped by Oric. Told you he was the hero! You are going to have to read this wonderful book for yourself to find out the rest!
I recommend this book and this author.
I voluntarily reviewed this advanced reader copy.
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