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    [Betrothed] Download ´ Therese Woodson A Hearts On Fire Review 425 HEARTS Must love faeries brats and faery talesThankfully I enjoy all of the aboveFantasy is very much my go to genre My favorite magical beings after unicorns and mermaids are the fae They're not just twee little fol

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    [Betrothed] Download ´ Therese Woodson Oh I enjoyed this very much Some of it was absolutely ridiculous but that just made it better I love love love Fairy stories and even I love love love Fairy Tales And this was definitely a Fairy Tale No matter which way you spell it ; I would love for there to be a second book I think that the big bad in this one needs

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    [Betrothed] Download ´ Therese Woodson 35 starsIt took me a little while to get into the story I guess the combination between all the faeries names I have troubles when boks have weird names and customs one of the reasons I avoid high fantasy and sci fi genre and Puck being a mischievous selfish brat didn't exactly lure me in smoothly Puck threw tantrums without thinking of the troubles he brought into his kingdom his people and his ueen mother I think I

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    [Betrothed] Download ´ Therese Woodson Overall book rating 35Audio Book Matthew Lloyd Davies – 38Book Cover 3 I have to honestly say that I enjoyed this one It was light and full of fantasy In fact even a little childlike in some ways I venture to say I was preparing for epic drama and battle and wham bam all was magically fixed and back on track

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    [Betrothed] Download ´ Therese Woodson Audiobook ReviewI do love me a good faery tale and when a narrator with a voice like Matthew Lloyd Davies can read to me a magical tale like t

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    [Betrothed] Download ´ Therese Woodson Therese Woodson ✓ 2 Free download Characters õ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ✓ Therese Woodson SoI don’t like Fae fairies or fairy dust Which may be a bit odd since this is the second book I’ve read this week that had them in them And I have loved both of them So there’s me being schooled But even if the character origins are something I usually go three miles out of my way to avoid I have loved the other stories by this author so I really wanted to read this novelAlso the cover is so pretty I

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    Free read Betrothed Characters õ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ✓ Therese Woodson Therese Woodson ✓ 2 Free download This book was so good You get a stubborn fairy named Puck who does not want to get married so he sneaks away in the night to go to the human realm to be with his father At first his character did kind of annoy me with the way he treated Sky who was only trying to get to know him and honor the betrothal But once he realizes how real Sky is being with him and how he is not a snotty spoiled fairy He does a complet

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    [Betrothed] Download ´ Therese Woodson Okay so This is an interesting story We have Prince Chrysanth aka Puck a half fairy half human who is basically being told he needs to marry Prince Sky Arranged marriages sigh what can you do right? Well this was fascinating because as much as I was like WHAT No That’s just not right we need to be allowed to love who we love I well LOVE

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    Free read Betrothed [Betrothed] Download ´ Therese Woodson The faerie world is broken into four parts Earth Air Water and Fire Over a thousand years ago King Flare of the Sun Throne grew arrogant and marched his army against the combined forces of the Air Earth and Water However in a glorious

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    Characters õ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ✓ Therese Woodson [Betrothed] Download ´ Therese Woodson Therese Woodson ✓ 2 Free download I enjoy a fairy tale and this is a cute little twist on one I am probably rounding this up but my enjoyment of it suffered from my continual belief that I knew where the story was going than from where the story actually w

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Download Ó Betrothed Î PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Therese Woodson ✓ 2 Free download Free read Betrothed Faery royalty have always married for duty rather than love Prince Chrysanths should be no different except with a human for a father the prince known as Puck already is different When he is betrothed against his will to Prince Sky Puck flees to his father i. Oh I enjoyed this very much Some of it was absolutely ridiculous but that just made it better I love love love Fairy stories and even I love love love Fairy Tales And this was definitely a Fairy Tale No matter which way you spell it I would love for there to be a second book I think that the big bad in this one needs to really be addressed and even I would love to see Puck and Sky living their own Happlily Ever AfterJesus could I say love times in this review

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Download Ó Betrothed Î PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Therese Woodson ✓ 2 Free download Free read Betrothed N the human world only to have Sky follow Prince Sky Song of the Clouds isn’t thrilled with the prospect of marriage either but is bound by duty to follow through If he can’t win Puck over the faery realm might very well dissolve into utter chaos Too bus. SoI don t like Fae fairies or fairy dust Which may be a bit odd since this is the second book I ve read this week that had them in them And I have loved both of them So there s me being schooled But even if the character origins are something I usually go three miles out of my way to avoid I have loved the other stories by this author so I really wanted to read this novelAlso the cover is so pretty I m a sucker for a pretty coverSo even though I don t like Fae stories I really liked this one Therese Woodson actually created a world that feels worth reading and knowing about And even if one of her characters is named Puck she avoided the whole Shakespeare fairy cliche thing that drives me batty It is mostly just a pet peeve and not one that makes much sense but I hate Shakespeare fairies I was a bit worried when I saw one of the character was named Puck but since it is a nickname than a recreation of an overplayed character I didn t mind all that muchAnd this seems like an awful lot of complaining at the front end of this review Especially for a book I don t have many complaints about I guess I just wanted people to understand why I liked this so much Woodson made me like fairies That is a big thing for meTherese Woodson did a great job of making a world that fit her characters and characters that fit her world The whole four elements thing is hardly new but it works Maybe because the characters seemed than your average fairy princes Maybe it was just well constructed enough that you get a sense of the place but not so much that it feels like you are getting every minute detail thrown at youPuck iswell he is a bit of an asshole during the first half of this book Ok it is probably towards self centered jerk territory than actual assholeness but the dude for all that I like him really needed that reality check by his dad But despite the fact I m surprised Sky didn t just slap the dude I think the struggles they had to get thru together made the romance all the betterMy only issue with this story is that the whole fire fairy thing seemed to go nowhere It sorta flashed up a bit and then burnt out in rather a short time period I don t know if there is a second book planned where it will be explored in depth but here it seemed to fizzle out way too soonDespite that and my almost instinctual avoidance of fairy tales I really enjoyed this story Add to that a cover that well worth the price of admission and you have a winning mix So if you are looking for a light hearted forced marriage story I totally recommend this one I don t think you will be disappointed45 stars This book was provided free in exchange for a fair and honest review for Love Bytes Go there to check out other reviews author interviews and all those awesome giveaways Click below

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Download Ó Betrothed Î PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Therese Woodson ✓ 2 Free download Free read Betrothed Y arguing Puck and Sky are unaware there are others with a vested interest in seeing the betrothal fail In a bid for Puck’s crown they’ll seek to keep them apart even as Puck and Sky realize that duty and love don’t always have to be mutually exclusive. The faerie world is broken into four parts Earth Air Water and Fire Over a thousand years ago King Flare of the Sun Throne grew arrogant and marched his army against the combined forces of the Air Earth and Water However in a glorious battle which lasted two weeks the Trio of Elements army obliterated the Sun faery force and the Kingdom of the Sun fell To ensure one kingdom never raised arms against the others again the three remaining kingdoms created an Elder Council The elder faeries decreed the royal lines must be tied by marriage The marriage law has kept peace between the three kingdoms for the last millennium The story begins with Prince Chrysanths who prefers to be called Puck being informed in order to ensure peace between the three kingdoms of Earth Air and Water the Elder Council is demanding the Earth and the Air to be joined immediately So Puck s mother the ueen has called in the betrothal agreement between Puck and the Air prince They will have three weeks to get to know one another and then be marriedPuck is stunned and furious and scared and doesn t want to get married to a stranger Because Puck is half human a youthful indiscretion on his mother s part he has spent uite a bit of time in the human world and immediately packs and flees to the human world to stay with his father certain the other faerie will not follow himIt falls to Prince Sky Song of the Clouds to seal the relationship with the wood faeries of the Earth Kingdom Though he s not happy with the decision he is duty and honor bound to agree to the travel to the Earth kingdom and marry Puck When he arrives and is informed Puck has gone he immediately follows after himPuck was a difficult character for me to like for much of the story He does finally come around to not being a total waste of skin eventually but the time it takes to get there was painful Sky was understanding wonderful and definitely trying to make the best of a bad situation Though I liked Sky he wasn t enough to make up for Puck s behaviorThe story has some sweet moments and a bit of mystery but it left me bored for most of it and I wasn t a fan of the twist All in all it s a sweet at times story that just didn t do anything for me at all Advanced Review Copy generously provided by Dreamspinner Press in exchange for an honest review This review has been cross posted at Reviews by Jessewave

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