“An intriguing relationship that portends of greater things. Highly recommended reading!” – “The Dragon’s Sacrifice: A Breath of Fyre Novel” (The Never Lands Saga) by Andi Lawrencovna

No one knows what came first, man or dragon, but throughout history, man feared the great fire-breathing beast, terrified of its breath and its claws. Man ran long and far from the winged serpent until he came to a land rich and fertile, green where the dragon’s lands were blackened with the ash of its fire.

The dragon didn’t follow.

Until now.

She was out picking fruits to see her people through the winter months, innocent in her adventuring, never expecting to come upon a beast in the woods, one so great and mighty he was more myth than reality.

He frightened her, and in her fall, he saved her life.

Why would a creature, reported to be the very basest of evils in the world, stop to save the life of a girl he didn’t know? Couldn’t care about?

How could she not return the favor when his life came into question by her people?

Ciandra, Daughter of the Darkness, Elf of the Forest.

Trinigon FyreBreath, the Great Red Dragon.

A forbidden affair that could cost them their lives, but how can they say no when the Dragon’s Sacrifice has no fear of the flames?

Lolah

An intriguing relationship that portends of greater things. Highly recommended reading!

A Breath of Fyre novel, this is a thrilling read of dragons and ancient gods, elves and magic, family and romance. The relationship between Ciandra and Trinigon is so intriguing and portends of greater things. You’re definitely kept hooked from their first meeting until the very end to find out what happens. An excellent read.

Andi Dragon

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“Lawrencovna’s writing style is engaging and, on a personal note, I like the way she handles her characters. I’ll be acquiring The Prince today! Can’t wait to read it!” – The Captain: A Crown and Dagger Book Two (The Never Lands Saga) by Andi Lawrencovna

There was a time before Prince Christophe was born when the worst fate his people had to worry about was war with their troll neighbors or an invasion from elfin forces beyond the woods. But that was before he was born and was cursed.
If he dies, so do his people.
Such a simple phrase, so oblique, and yet Kit has lived his life in fear of the prophecy, searching every shadow for assassins to come to get him.
Until she came and took up arms in his defense.
Warrior and witch. Assassin and priest. She was his teacher and his protector. His friend. The only woman ever to run from him at the end of a ball, and the only woman he ever asked to stay.
But Eli is an outsider in the human world, and trusted only so far, even by the man who desires more from her than her skill with a blade. The longer she remains with him, the more she falls for her prince in a world where her prince’s life is the fate of his lands.
As the time of the prophecy draws near, Eli and Kit will face more than dwarves and shadows to find solace with each other and salvation for their people.
Sometimes the one most suited to protect you is the one who holds the sharpest blade.
And there is no sharper sword than:

The Captain

dlewis

Loved this book!

Read a review about the book that gave away that the book covers several hundred years. As you can imagine, one might be put out to read it, especially considering how could Lawrencovna really cover so much so quickly. The book was awesome! The way she covered the years made sense to me, especially knowing from book one that both Eli and Kit live VERY long lives. To me, though, wading through the war and the glimpses of interactions between Kit and Eli during that time were just so worth the ending. And, we get a bit of her history before Kit.

Lawrencovna’s writing style is engaging and, on a personal not,e I like the way she handles her characters. I’ll be acquiring The Prince today! Can’t wait to read it!

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“Twisted, turns, chaotic at times this is a true love story with a bitter start but ends so beautifully!!” – Charming: A Crown and Dagger Book One (The Never Lands Saga 1) by Andi Lawrencovna

Once Upon a Time… Prince Christophe can’t die. Or, more precisely, if he dies, so does his country. But that hasn’t stopped the King from hosting a ball. And it hasn’t stopped Kit’s enemies from seeking a quick end between the quadrille and the waltz. The Children of the Wood hold out hope that their Assassin Queen will fulfill the prophecy and end Kit’s life. But when Ella vies for the prince’s attention, it’s not a knife that pierces his heart or her own. One waltz at a ball. One trip of a slipper. One Prince. And one Assassin. In the world of the Never Lands, Fairy Tales aren’t quite like you remember.

Sarah Fisher

Great read

Loved this book because it was a little different! While she wanted to kill the prince she just couldn’t do it. He chases her like the Cinderella story and she ends up saving his life. Twisted, turns, chaotic at times this is a true love story with a bitter start but ends so beautifully!!

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“There are a lot of intricately woven elements to this story that suck you in to the very end.” – A Thief in the Night: A Tale of Grimm Portent (A Fairy Tale Retelling) (The Never Lands Saga) by Andi Lawencovna

Sometimes it takes a criminal to save a life. Eskild Fontaein should never have returned to his hometown. He could have stayed in the city where he was respected and admired, but no, he’d wanted to come home. And as the newly appointed town magistrate, the only way to be taken seriously was to be feared. Hanging a thief should fit the bill. He hadn’t wanted to do it. Wished he’d found another way. Sometimes, wishes do come true. Jaias Alvaldene, the scourge of Undcrest, madwoman, villain, thief, is dead. Well, not quite. It helps to have friends in high places, namely on the steps of the gallows when one’s about to be hung from a rope. She would have stayed dead too, if not for the town Magistrate who seemed so forlorn at her demise. What’s a good thief to do when a magistrate comes crying? When a young girl is stolen by a horde of cannibals, there’s only one person to ask for aid in rescuing her. Once a Thief, Always a thief…Can Eskild convince Jaias to help him find the child before it’s too late? Or will he lose everything to his Thief in the Night?

Kelly Marie VINE VOICE
Myths made real….

A peculiar and strange, but fascinating story! I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It sort of reminded me of something along the lines of the movie, Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters. You know which movie I am talking about, right? 😊 There are a lot of intricately woven elements to this story that suck you in to the very end. Myths made real…
“Do you know why it is so dangerous to try and charm a snake, Magistrate?…Because the snake is as charming as the magician thinks he is.”
I do like that it is a paranormal type of book but it is not outlandish in the slightest. It is subtle enough that it lets your imagination run wild while continuing on with the story. This is definitely a page turner and believe me, you won’t be able to put this one down. I look forward to reading more by this author.

Andi A Thief in the Night A Tale of Grimm Portent

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NEW FROM Andi Lawrencovna – Lost Boys: A Second Star Story: An M/M Fantasy Reimagining of Captain Hook

There is a story of a boy who never grew up. A boy who crossed worlds by learning to fly and fought pirates with a fairy at his side.
This is not that story.
This is the story of a man who took to the seas to escape his past and avoid his future, and the elf who dared to cross hooks with the pirate lord of the deep.

Redlord

A soldier serves out of duty and honor, loyalty to his kingdom – love of his lord. Love was what killed him, and the prayer that his prince might survive when he did not. Captured, condemned, and enslaved, Marius D’Corre died in his chains.

The man who survived… The pirate who emerged…left behind the name he once owned and boarded his ship to never look back.

Tolthe

Clerics are not meant to leave their Woods, living and loving within the trees they call home, one with the forest that claims all elves as kin. All except Tolthe, who stands in the shadows, never welcome amongst his brethren.

When the alfara is stolen, and Diety demanded one take up the hunt for the scythe, it felt only right that he leave the Dienobo behind for whatever adventure waited across the world.

Lost Boys

There’s only so long you can run from the past before it catches up. And only so far you can travel before the home you’ve always longed for finds you.

When pirate meets priest, two worlds collide: the past Red can’t seem to leave behind, and the future Toma doesn’t know how to spare the thief from. For the first in a long time, neither soldier nor elf is alone, but being found only means there is more at stake to lose…

This book is a dark fantasy reimagining of the origins of Captain Hook and is intended for mature readers. There is triggering content that some readers may find distressing and language that might shock a sailor. For content warnings please click on the book cover and scroll to the copyright page.

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“A thrilling Beauty and the Beast retelling starring Amarice. But what a cliffhanger ending!!!” – So Sweet: A Tale as Old as Time: (A Fairy Tale Retelling) (The Never Lands Saga) by Andi Lawrencovna

There once was a castle in the woods, claimed by a terrible Beast…
I was a simple girl, living a simple life of clothes and needles, never seeking adventure, glad to dress those who did. But the world is full of magic, and spells never let rest those caught in their thorns.
A rose by any other name…
The tattoo on my hand was dying, the petals falling faster and faster. All because of the curse within the trees, and those held in its thrall threatening to break free.
What would you give up to save those you love most? What would you risk facing in the Darkness of the Woods?
My name is Amarice. And this is my Tale.
So Sweet
Who but a Beauty can Judge a Beast?

Lolah

A thrilling Beauty and the Beast retelling starring Amarice. But what a cliffhanger ending!!!

This is a retelling of Beauty and The Beast, with the story of Amarice’s destiny being revealed. I’ve loved the seamstress since we met her in the Charming stories, so was excited to find out we were going to get a whole story based around her. But the way this one goes? Thrills, chills, baddies galore, magic and dragons, romance, and a dreadful curse. And what an ending! Please read the author, don’t leave it there!!!! Highly recommended reading to all lovers of fairytales and supernatural romance.

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“A very creepy shorter story, excellently written” – Out of the Woods: A Mother Goose Legend (The Never Lands Saga) by Andi Lawrencovna

There was an old woman who lived in a shoe;
She had so many children, that she didn’t know what to do.
She fed them all broth without any bread;
Then whipped them all soundly and sent them to bed.
~Mother Goose, The Dorling Kindersley Book of Nursery Rhymes (2000)She took them from the woods, and she took them from dells, from hamlets and homesteads, and across the wide world, she found young orphans, those abandoned and left on their own, and gave them a home. And all she asked for was a little piece of their soul in payment…Whoever said nursery rhymes were harmless?

Lolah

A very creepy shorter story, excellently written

This is a terribly chilling take on the Old Woman in the Shoe rhyme. Whilst it’s a standalone shorter story, you’re best reading it after the Charming series, and that truly isn’t too great a chore as the books are all excellent. This one, however, is probably not one to read at night!

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“The First Ball is a well crafted short story that has me seriously considering the rest of Andi Lawrencovna’s books, even though they are out of my normal comfort zone” – The First Ball: A Charming Short Story (The Never Lands Saga) by Andi Lawrencovna

In the Never Lands, Birthday Celebrations tend to be a little more festive than in other worlds. No silly little parties with only family and friends, but rather grand balls with princes and princesses and assassins, oh my.
What’s a ball without some intrigue?
Have a Happy Birthday with Prince Christophe as he celebrates in The First Ball.
Fairy Tales just got a little bit darker.

John Patin

Well Done! Well crafted.

A nicely paced short story that sets a scene in the life of a prince (a ball designed to find him a wife), throws in a little intrigue, some great characterizations, and a bit of action, gets you interested in the wider world this all takes place in, and then it wraps up tidily without the cliffhanger that one might expect from an introduction to a series. All in one short story. Well Done!
…. The First Ball is a well-crafted short story that has me seriously considering the rest of Andi Lawrencovna’s books, even though they are out of my normal comfort zone (rocket ships and ray guns). That is an accomplishment. Give this one a read.

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“Her writing style is poetic and beautiful! I was hooked from the start and could not put it down.” – The Dragon’s Sacrifice: A Breath of Fyre Novel (The Never Lands Saga) by Andi Lawrencovna

No one knows what came first, man or dragon, but throughout history, man feared the great fire-breathing beast, terrified of its breath and its claws. Man ran long and far from the winged serpent until he came to a land rich and fertile, green where the dragon’s lands were blackened with the ash of its fire. The dragon didn’t follow. Until now. She was out picking fruits to see her people through the winter months, innocent in her adventuring, never expecting to come upon a beast in the woods, one so great and mighty he was more myth than reality. He frightened her, and in her fall, he saved her life. Why would a creature, reported to be the very basest of evils in the world, stop to save the life of a girl he didn’t know? Couldn’t care about? How could she not return the favor when his life came into question by her people? Ciandra, Daughter of the Darkness, Elf of the Forest.Trinigon FyreBreath, the Great Red Dragon. A forbidden affair that could cost them their lives, but how can they say no when the Dragon’s Sacrifice has no fear of the flames?

Darlene Kuncytes

Her writing style is poetic and beautiful! I was hooked from the start and could …

Wow! This lady can write! Ms. Lawrencovna spins a tale that takes you to places you have only ever dreamed of! Her writing style is poetic and beautiful! I was hooked from the start and could not put it down. I can’t wait to travel through the Neverlands again and again! Great read!

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“Fantastic follow up to Charming, with more backstory and intrigue” – The Captain: A Crown and Dagger Book Two (The Never Lands Saga) by Andi Lawrencovna

There was a time before Prince Christophe was born when the worst fate his people had to worry about was war with their troll neighbors or an invasion from elfin forces beyond the woods. But that was before he was born and was cursed.
If he dies, so do his people.
Such a simple phrase, so oblique, and yet Kit has lived his life in fear of the prophecy, searching every shadow for assassins to come to get him.
Until she came and took up arms in his defense.
Warrior and witch. Assassin and priest. She was his teacher and his protector. His friend. The only woman ever to run from him at the end of a ball, and the only woman he ever asked to stay.
But Eli is an outsider in the human world, and trusted only so far, even by the man who desires more from her than her skill with a blade. The longer she remains with him, the more she falls for her prince in a world where her prince’s life is the fate of his lands.
As the time of the prophecy draws near, Eli and Kit will face more than dwarves and shadows to find solace with each other and salvation for their people.
Sometimes the one most suited to protect you is the one who holds the sharpest blade.
And there is no sharper sword than:

The Captain.

K.M.M.88

Fantastic follow up to Charming, with more backstory and intrigue

Hundreds of years and Eli and Kit are still dancing around each other. Honestly, those two seriously need a couples therapist to help with all their trust issues, Kit’s rather awful curse, and Eli’s sense of homelessness. This book has a lot of information, but since hundreds of years pass within the novel, this isn’t surprising. Kit is shown as a loyal, competent leader who his people can depend on in a crisis (and they do manage to find themselves in crisis rather a lot). Eli’s loyalty is mostly to Kit, teaching him how to fight and protecting him from those that wish to harm him, and through him, his people. It’s rather clear this novel is in the middle of the series because nothing really gets resolved. However, this makes the next novel very important, since there are a lot of strings that need to be brought together.

I think one of the most wonderful things about The Captain is Eli herself. It’s important to see highly competent, badass ladies swoop in to save the day, instead of relying on princes to rescue them. This is a fantastic change from the fairy tale, and I, personally, can’t wait to see what happens next with Eli and Kit. Highly recommend!

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