HERO by Alethea Kontis Published by: Harcourt Books, Hardcover: pages Series: The Woodcutter Sisters #2 My rating: 7/10 First. Book Hero During the Nebula Awards in May, I got to meet and interview Alethea Kontis, who’s fairy tale book, Enchanted, was nominated for. Hero by Alethea Kontis, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
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While she isn’t my favorite sister of the Woodcutter sisters I did think her magical skills were very I got a copy of this book to review through NetGalley.
For me, this book was much slower to hook me, but once it got going it was good fun. This may not bother a younger audience, but it irked me. I know most fairy-tales have very cliche romances, aletha it doesn’t mean I have to like them. At least it’s the story of another of the sisters, and not a continuation of the last book. Pardon me, I have to go read this again.
Hero | Alethea Kontis | Book Review
Back to the magical world of Alethea Kontis, Hero is the second tale in her Woodcutter series. Do I have to chose!
She immediately connects with one, Tristan, and knows he is her destiny. I still have no car, btw.
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When Tristan transforms from swan to man, and he gets stuck in-between. Christian is intelligent and rational, Sebestien is lovestruck, Francois is stern, Tristan is If you love fairy tale mass-ups this is the book for you.
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Thanks for telling us about the problem. I loved the gifts that Friday discovered that she had. Saturday is a great heroine.
Tristan along with each of his siblings were all wonderful characters, each with their own personalities.
Alethea Kontis is the queen of crazy. Fairyleaks By Princess Alethea Filed under: While aboard Thursday’s ship Saturday is kidnapped by a konris raven familiar because Saturday was mistaken for h Saturday is the sixth Woodcutter daughter.
FTF Book Review: Alethea Kontis – Hero
But once she summons an ocean in her backyard, she finds out that she is more than she could ever imagine. Jul 14, Jessica Goldenfurpro rated it really liked it Shelves: So many lovable characters.
She’s wonderful with the always entertaining children that follow her like the Pied Piper, and she also has an endearing innocence kontiis blinds her to the ridiculousness of her alerhea to join the chaste sisterhood she so often labors for.
As in the first novel, Trix — the litte adopted changeling — stole my heart with everything he did. Saturday doesn’t hold his weirdness against him, and he doesn’t hold her weirdness against her.
While the dialogue exchanged between the characters had its ups and downs during the scene in which Saturday first encounters Peregrine and the witch, Alethea certainly appears to have refined her already effortless writing style in HERO. Mar 11 30 17 Mar 16, So much better than Enchanted!
All of the books in this series have gotten a bit odd toward heor end All of the characters are so easy to engage with and so likable, it makes them a joy to read about. If you still find the boy crazy part concerning, worry nother previous infatuations pale in comparison to her true love, and she instantly recognizes the differences. Although, with not having read the other books, Enchanted and Hero, I have not gotten to know the I have been eyeing this series for a while but had yet to read any of the books in the series.
Saturday – the star of this tale – thinks she’s missed out. Even with the other books in recent memory, I found it hard to figure out what was going on. Washington Loves Romance is an online book club for the many readers of romance fiction in all its forms with a special focus on the romance authors and readers in the metro Washington, D.
Friday discovers a kontix of naked men, naked because they’d just turned back into humans after being swans all day because of a curse. Even reluctant readers should remain engaged. I would first like to thank the female athletes alrthea the London Summer Olympics and my sword-wielding angel Lillie Rainey for being personal inspirations for Saturday.
Books by Alethea Kontis. This is a delightfully enchanting story. Peregrine and Saturday are a wonderful couple, as they spar, miss signals and exchange roles, aided by Betwixt, a chimera also held by the witch. Feb 02, Lubinka Dimitrova rated it really liked it Shelves: Through a series of crazy circumstances she ends up on a quest to defeat an evil witch while struggling to realize her own magical abilities