“Not your average Cinderella tale” – Charming: A Crown and Dagger Book One (The Never Lands Saga 1) by Andi Lawrencovna

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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.
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Browyn

Not your average Cinderella tale
What an amazing twist to the Cinderella tale children grow up hearing. Desire, action, and intrigue.
Ella isn’t exactly a poor human beaten down by a stepfamily in this tale. Oh no, she is a leader and powerful in her own right.
Prince Charming, “Kit”, isn’t your average pampered prince looking for a bride either. He is strong and loyal and living under a long-standing curse.
Will Ella be able to break this curse and can they possibly have a happily ever after?
I can’t wait to read the next installment and learn more about this intriguing world they inhabit.
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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

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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 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.
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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 hopelessness. 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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“The story grabs you and drags you into the book – So Sweet: A Tale as Old as Time: (A Fairy Tale Retelling) (The Never Lands Saga) by Andi Lawrencovna

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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?
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Katypackingham6189

Fantastic story!

I really enjoyed all of the characters and the beautiful way the story unfolded. I love her world-building. The way the story grabs you and drags You into the book! It was great! I look forward to reading more!

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Sometimes it takes a criminal to save a life – A Thief in the Night: A Tale of Grimm Portent: (A Fairy Tale Retelling) (The Never Lands Saga) by Andi Lawencovna

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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?
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Whoever said nursery rhymes were harmless? – Out of the Woods: A Mother Goose Legend (The Never Lands Saga) by Andi Lawrencovna

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There was an old woman who lived in a shoe;
She had so many children, 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?
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K.M.M.88
Fantastic addition to the Never Land universe

Another great twist on a classic fairy tale. Ms. Lawrencovna is excellent at writing complicated, interesting characters who you learn to love (or love to hate).
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Once Upon a Time… Prince Christophe can’t die – Charming: A Crown and Dagger Book One (The Never Lands Saga 1) by Andi Lawrencovna

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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.
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LJ Vickery

Charming was all that and more!!

A wondrous tale and not your typical romance, so have patience!! In this age of instant gratification, Ms.Lawrencovna has given us a story of detailed intrigue which patiently reveals its answers in rich backstory. Don’t think that all your questions will be immediately resolved. Using great skill, the author weaves a tapestry that eventually rewards with a satisfyingly sigh-worthy result. I immediately downloaded book two, and can’t wait to dig in!!

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Sometimes it takes a criminal to save a life – A Thief in the Night: A Tale of Grimm Portent: (A Fairy Tale Retelling) (The Never Lands Saga) by Andi Lawencovna

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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, 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?
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