“There are a lot of intricately woven elements to this story that suck you into 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?

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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 into 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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“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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“Many balls have been arranged and then he meets someone unexpected. But if you think this is going to be a typical fairy tale, think again.” – 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.

Mary R. Woldering

Great little starter story

This short story is a good startup to the Charming series written by Ms. Lawrencovna. It’s easy to read and introduces the characters. Kit, a prince whose father wants him married, hasn’t found a bride. Many balls have been arranged and then he meets someone unexpected. But if you think this is going to be a typical fairy tale, think again.
Very well written.

Andi the first ball

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THE ADVENTURE CONTINUES IN WHERE EBON SOUNDS LIKE IVORY BY A . NICKY HJORT

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A Beautiful, Dark Fairy Tale

February 28, 2018Format: Kindle EditionA. Nicky Hjort has added to the beautiful, real-life fairytale world that she first presented in “Where Tyndra Turns to Ardnyt”. In this Norn Novella, we are given a glimpse into the true tale of Snow White, much deeper and darker than the Disney movie has presented. I love the colorful imagery and depth of each character, somehow familiar and entirely new. I can’t wait for the next installment!

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“Beautifully written ending to Eli and Kit’s story” – The Prince: A Crown and Dagger Book Three: (The Never Lands Saga) by Andi Lawrencovna

It’s time. Within a year the Prince must die, or he and his people and his kingdom will survive uncontested. Within a year, there are those already on the move, already lying in wait to fulfill fate. Reports of a mercenary army have begun to spread throughout the land. Soldiers have been called to prepare for war and captains have been summoned to lead them. Spies have been sent forth to gather information. Assassins have been requisitioned to hunt out those meant to die.
And princes have been sent to hide deep within the woods.
Kit can’t help looking around every corner for his Captain far away on her own mission. Perhaps he should look harder for the trees to hide more secrets than just the elves of the forest.
How long can you hide from your enemies to find you? How long can you lie before the truth sets you free? And who will find you when the smoke clears, and you’re safe once more?
How much can you endure before you can’t bear the burden of prophecy anymore?
Once upon a time…

K.M.M.88

Beautifully written ending to Eli and Kit’s story

The Prince ends Eli and Kit’s story while leaving the door open for infinite possibilities in Never Land. As we’ve come to expect from Ms. Lawrencovna’s books, there is fantastic action, political intrigue, and battles for entire kingdoms. Eli grows even more as a character in this book, while still retaining her snarky, kickass exterior. Kit finally becomes the leader his people have been waiting for, ready to fight for everyone, no matter the curse. And do Eli and Kit live happily ever after? Oh, c’mon. Like I’d really tell you. Highly recommend this book!

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“Once again, Lawrencovna delivers an imaginative, well-written tale with Forevermore.” – Forevermore: A Once and Future Legend (The NeverLands Saga) by Andi Lawrencovna

There is an ancient story, of a sorceress who lived deep within the waters of an enchanted lake and guarded with her presence a sword that Destiny had decreed would be used for the salvation of mankind, or for its downfall. But the sword did not always live in the Waters…And before it was struck in stone to await its fated bearer, the sorceress and her prince imbued the blade with its magic and its fortitude. In the kingdom of Gouldaria, those without magic are the lowest of casts one can fall in, unless you are a Soul Eater, and then you are worse by far. Valislava never used her magic to steal a soul. She has kept herself hidden, allowed herself to be shunned, and lived in exile, all but for the love of the one man who she couldn’t have. Prince Talyessin always knew who and what his Isla was, and he loved her still. But love was a meaningless thing when war threatened to tear them apart.

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Another great read! Once again, Lawrencovna delivers an imaginative, well-written tale with Forevermore.

And, once again, I enjoyed it very much. My only complaint being that it was just too short (yes, I knew it was supposed to be, but found myself hoping for more.) Lawrencovna is a delightful writer, and I’m looking forward to reading more of her work.

Andi Forevermore A Once and Future Legend

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GIFT THIS WONDERFUL FANTASY STORY TO THE READER IN YOUR LIFE THIS CHRISTMAS–WHERE EBON SOUNDS LIKE IVORY –A. NICKY HJORT

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February 28, 2018Format: Kindle EditionA. Nicky Hjort has added to the beautiful, real-life fairytale world that she first presented in “Where Tyndra Turns to Ardnyt”. In this Norn Novella, we are given a glimpse into the true tale of Snow White, much deeper and darker than the Disney movie has presented. I love the colorful imagery and depth of each character, somehow familiar and entirely new. I can’t wait for the next installment!

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“Interesting storyline with a different take and twist of the cobbler and elf.” – The Elf & the Shoemaker: A Not So Grim Short Story (The NeverLands Saga) by Andi Lawrencova

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Once upon a time, in a small shop sitting at the corner of the street, lived a cobbler, praying for salvation she never knew she needed.

It just so happened that at that moment, there was an elf, looking for the same…

Some stories were born to be retold, and some stories are the start of fairy tales waiting to be rewritten…

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Interesting storyline with a different take and twist of the cobbler and elf. A reversal of roles that are intertwined throughout.

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“Lawrencovna has done it again! Fantastic characters and situations that keep you wanting more!” – A Thief in the Night: A Tale of Grimm Portent: (A Fairy Tale Retelling) (The Never Lands Saga) by Andi Lawencovna

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?

Viv Drewa

Kept me reading until the end!

Lawrencovna has done it again! Fantastic characters and situations that keep you wanting more!
Eskild Fontaein comes home and finds a situation as the newly appointed town magistrate. A thief is hanged, Jaias Alvaldene, but her death is not recorded and Eskild falls in love with her.
Jaias is instrumental in helping Esklid in solving his problems with the village.
I highly recommend this book!

Andi A Thief in the Night A Tale of Grimm Portent

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“Another great twist on a classic fairy tale.” – 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, 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?

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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