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Slipping Away (The Charming Fairy Tales) (Volume 2) Paperback – April 10, 2017
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About the Author
USA Today and NY Times bestselling author Candice Gilmer leads a dangerous double life as a mommy and a writer. In between boo-boo healing and fixing broken toys, she writes romances, usually to the tune of children's television shows. Her books range from vampires and werewolves to mermaids and fairies to contemporary and fairy tale romances--a huge variety, just like her broad, geek-girl heart. She adores Star Wars, Star Trek, Marvel, and DC, (you CAN love them all), and her hero will always be Captain America. Growing up in the Midwest, Candice stays close to her family, especially the ones with basements when the tornadoes come around. All in all, she stays very busy, but really, she wouldn't have it any other way. Well, maybe a little less children's television.
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She runs away and lucks into a job as a maid with Duke von Gruenewald's castle. Penn is a rake and Ana is a temptation he is trying to resist. But she's also a mystery to him he wants to solve and protect. She is smart and helping him with getting the castle back together.
Things start happening with blackmail letters start arriving and Ana's past showing up.
This was a very exciting and enchanting book. I love it! I really felt for Ana. She was stronger than she gave herself credit for. She deserved a very happy ending.
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