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Princess of the Silver Woods (Twelve Dancing Princesses) Hardcover – December 11, 2012
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About the Author
JESSICA DAY GEORGE is the author of Princess of Glass and Princess of the Midnight Ball as well as three novels in the Dragon Slippers series, and Tuesdays at the Castle. Originally from Idaho, she studied at Brigham Young University and was a movie store clerk, a bookseller, and a school office lady before becoming a writer.
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This may be a bit spoilerish but another thing that kept this from being a 5 star book for me is that it really made you feel sorry for the King Under Stones sons... in the first book King Under Stone is straight evil and you don't really feel sorry for him or even those princes that were killed in the battle to take him down... but this book spent a lot of time learning more about them and even showed Petunia feeling sorry for them and talking about how this had always been a part of her life and she never really felt scared of them... it gives them more dimension and a more human side when you see that they just hate being trapped in a sunless world... I almost had hoped that in the end they might have gotten something to perhaps bring them even the slightest bit of happiness... at least the one Petunia was supposed to marry because he did in his way almost seem to care... until the very end and all and I just don't see why George did spend so much time cultivating that if it was all going to come to naught...
I do have one beef with the progression of this romance though. The hero and the heroine only meet for a very short time, and not really very much happens between them for them to know much about the other, so even though our hero does feel obligated to help save the princess, it felt rather forced that he should fall for her so fast no matter how spunky or kind her demeanor might be.