Princess Ever After is a YA Fantasy and the fifth and final book in the Rosewood Chronicles.
Category: YA Fantasy
Blood of the Lost Kingodm is the second book in the Daughter of Erabel series, the first one being The Girl Of Dorcha Wood.
Blessed Monsters had me hooked from the start. It felt like walking the last leg of a long and tiresome journey. And the whole trilogy was one long journey.
For the Wolf is your winning formula for a dark fantasy. It has passion, love and courage fueled in its characters, both the protagonists and the sidekicks.
Why would a fantasy like Crooked Kingdom which is a story about the common people interest everyone?
Ruthless Gods propels the story forward. The chaotic kingdoms are rattled even more by the end. There is a lot left which gets your attention for the third book.
The Enchanted got me hooked with a very appealing beginning and the whole folklore kind of story telling.
Blue Shadow Prophecy is yet another pit stop for Rae to know who she is and explore her options as she prepares herself for the final takedown.
Cinderella is Dead rewrites the fairy tale and attempts people to think about the analogies that are subtly drawn throughout the story.
Forget Me Not is the beginning of a fantasy adventure. The story is building up taking its shape and sculpting its characters.