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If you follow my blog you know that I love romance. I love romance a lot. That means I had to jump in and do the Romance Is In The Air Blog Hop.
Should I introduce myself really quick for anyone new hopping this way today?
My name is Heather. I am a Christian, Iowan, 30-something, tattoo loving, pierced up, supernatural watching, vampire diaries adoring, soccer coaching, animal helping, Earth saving, paranormal experiencing, fast book reading mom to 4 living a crazy life I love. I am Not Everyone’s Mama. (If you are always looking out for highly rated free kindle books – or books on sale – like me on Facebook. I share a lot of the ones I find daily.)
The problem I had with this hop was coming up with a clean romance to share. I read a lot of new adult and most of the books I have read lately wouldn’t qualify as clean. I don’t have anything against clean romances, I love romance in general. I just haven’t had any come up on my calendar for review lately. Then I thought back to a few months ago about a book that I adored and thought perfect! That is what I will share with you!
Who doesn’t love a romantic fairy tale? Princesses, princes, love, it is all in there. This is one of my all time favorite books.
Midnight Masquerade by Marcia Lynn McClure
Stavos Voronin was not as blind-eyed as many nobles and royals. Evony’s physical gestures—even the simplest movement of her hands—revealed that she had not always been destitute. The same was true of the children—of their polished manners and the boy’s knowledge of horses and tendency to be bold and fearless of strangers. Ah yes, Stavos enjoyed a good mystery. After all, interest in the inexplicable circumstances surrounding the royals of Abawyth was the very thing that had lured him to the kingdom—the enigma of Abawyth’s twelve sleepy princesses. And yet now—now his mind was all the more intrigued. Not only was the obscurity of what had caused the profound and baffling torpidity of Abawyth’s princesses laid out before him, but also he found his curiosity intensely piqued over the riddle surrounding the very lovely Evony and her siblings. As Stavos strode through the village resting on the outskirts of Abawyth Castle, his mind reeled with possibilities. His musings were drawn back to why he had come to Abawyth at all—to solve the conundrum surrounding the twelve beautiful princesses of Abawyth kingdom—to solve the seemingly impenetrable crux and thereby win the hand of one of Abawyth’s princesses, as his father, King Letholdus of Ethiarien, had commanded.
Marcia Lynn McClure
I want you to be able to read Midnight Masquerade! or if you have already read it – you can grab yourself another book or whatever you would like on Amazon.
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Not Everyone’s Mama