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Upon A Midnight Dream (London Fairy Tales Book 1) Kindle Edition
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I hope my review is well received because I think many wonderful stories get bad reviews simply because the people reading them don't have enough imagination to look past a few mistakes here and there. And with a story this fun, I think it would be a shame if it was overlooked because of that.
So, dear Miss Author- well done and good luck in future!
First let me say that I believe Samson, Stefans horse needs honorable mention in this review because lets face it this story wouldn't be the same without him! Everybody needs a horse like him!!
Rosalind and Stefan are to marry ... their families have always been and will forever be permanently intertwined due to a gypsy curse. They are to join the two families in order to keep their family alive and the "curse" at bay.
Stefan is ship-wrecked and returns during a ball one night and at this time he releases Rosalind from her betrothal contract. When the two end their engagement strange things start to happen. Family members start going mad, they start dying and the first two to go are both of their fathers. In order to stop the "curse" their only option is to marry. However Rosalind is determined that she will not marry unless it is for love and she wants to be wooed. Now seeing as Stefan was ship wrecked for some time his wooing in the beginning leaves much to be desired.
“Love.” She heard her strong voice echo off the walls.
“It is my only demand. You have to try, Your Grace. I am a woman. I wish to be pursued.”
In their efforts to attempt to set things right and end they curse they discover that there is more going on than they originally realized. The sickness and deaths are suspicious. One night while Rose has a "Sleeping spell" they are in a room alone and overhear a conversation between two individuals which give them even more questions. Will they be able to figure out what is going on?? Will they be able to reverse the effects of the curse??
“Love is extreme, my Rose. It causes even the sanest of the human population to wish for death. It is the stuff of poetry, war, death, and duels. Nothing is too extreme for love.”
Great read with the right amount of chemistry between the hero and the heroine. Lots of mystery, humor, suspense, romance, and fairy tale moments.
Yay thank you so much girl to encorauge me to read this series!! IS sooo goood!! :D :D
Typos abound and the foreshadowing of the identity of the antagonist is rather heavy-handed. That being said, once the characters start looking at each other outside their respective caricatures, I found their relationship believable and engaging. I doubt I'll read the book again, but I'm not disappointed I read it pnce.