Rosie is fairly certain that there’s nothing wrong with putting a love spell on a foreign prince. At least she hopes there’s not, because such a drastic measure is necessary in order for her to ensure that the perfect fairy tale romance she’s dreamt about her entire life includes her own prince charming. As the heroine in her story, she won’t be deterred by well-meaning friends, royal betrothals, hungry dragons, or the intriguing guard who stands in her way.
Luckily, Rosie has access to an enchanted bakery and a recipe book of spells, one of which will ensure she’ll win the royal heart she desires. Unfortunately, no story is complete without a few obstacles, and Rosie’s comes in the form of a most formidable foe—a stoic guard whom Rosie may or may not be developing feelings for, one who is committed to thwarting her at every turn. But nothing will stand in the way of Rosie’s happily ever after. After all, what harm can a simple love spell do?
I love books that seem like a fairy tale! This one does that so well. It just feels timeless. There’s enchanted water, spells, and a great hero and heroine.
I loved Rosie. She was in Camille Peters’ first book, Pathways. She’s Eileen’s best friend. The book opens with her not having any idea what happened to Eileen. Then the unthinkable happens. Eileen is able to write from the palace and she’s about to be married to the prince. I loved the way this book connects with Pathways.
Rosie travels to the palace to be with Eileen. There she meets a certain guard, Alastar. The relationship that Rosie has with Alastar is a bit rocky to say the least. The two of them are constantly fighting about something. And they are constantly thrown together. Making things even worse.
I loved the way Rosie knows what kind of fairy tale she herself wants. She does everything she can think of to make that happily ever after happen for her. After all, Eileen got a prince, why shouldn’t Avery? But Avery learns for herself that sometimes your fairy tale isn’t quite what you think it will be. It’s even better.
This is a great book! It’s a fun fairy tale type book that is engaging and fun. It’s also clean so you can let your teenage daughters read it with no problems.
I borrowed Spelled using my Kindle Unlimited subscription. All opinions are my own.
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