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Mar

Review: Princess of the Silver Woods

   Posted by: Garrett   in Path

This is the next installment in the “Princesses” series by Jessica – which is a retelling of the 12 Dancing Princesses. I don’t know if this is the last in the series, though, because each one is a self-contained story. There are perhaps hints of future troubles at the end of each book (including this one, although not as much as previous books). I love the tagline for this one: Sometimes the wolf is the hero, and it’s the grandmother you have to watch out for!

This book is about the youngest Princess, Petunia.

She accidentally gets kidnapped, but eventually gets to her destination because of her spunk and fun attitude.

But, being kidnapped was far safer than the threat that is the King Under Stone who is threatening her and her sisters again and carefully leads them into a trap that takes them back to the midnight ball.

Petunia and her sisters fight to escape their prison with some unlikely help.

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