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Moon's Flower by Marie Hall Kingdom Series Book 6 An older fairy

Moon's Flower by Marie Hall
Kingdom Series Book 6
An older fairy favors the young Fae children with a story on this particular evening. A story about a young flower fairy and the Man in the Moon. Of forbidden love, jealousy and betrayal.

Jericho had been a man once. Li...
Moon's Flower by Marie Hall
Kingdom Series Book 6
An older fairy favors the young Fae children with a story on this particular evening. A story about a young flower fairy and the Man in the Moon. Of forbidden love, jealousy and betrayal.

Jericho had been a man once. Living in England. Falling for a beautiful woman cursed him to five hundred years of darkness. He was no the Man in the Moon, no longer able to enjoy sunshine. Hating the woman who has enslaved him in the darkness. And then one day, a ray of hope.

Calanthe was not quite content as a flower fairy. Tired of the nightly revelry. She breaks a few fairly laws, but it was worth it all when she meets Jericho and finds love.

This is part of the Kingdom series. Some of the fairies in this story have been introduced in previous books. You may want to keep some tissues handy with this one.

posted by Jutzie on November 25, 2013

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I had not read any of Marie Hall's work before this one. It is t

I had not read any of Marie Hall's work before this one. It is the sixth in her Kingdom series, but can largely be read as a stand-alone. There is a reference toward the end of the book to what I believe might be to the first book in the series, but it doesn't give anyt...
I had not read any of Marie Hall's work before this one. It is the sixth in her Kingdom series, but can largely be read as a stand-alone. There is a reference toward the end of the book to what I believe might be to the first book in the series, but it doesn't give anything away from that story and doesn't take anything away from this one.




What really hooked me about the description, and had me wanting to read the story, was that it's a story about the Man in the Moon, which was a new concept to me. We've all heard of the Man in the Moon, but what do we know about him? And do we really care? In most cases, probably not. However, in Moon's Flower, the Man is given a name, a face, an origin story. We find out what he does during his days & nights and what motivates him. It's a cool look at an "old" character that not many of us know too much about.




Without giving too much away, Moon's Flower is about a fairy that falls in love with him and he with her; it's the story of their love, and the consequences of that love. I really liked Calanthe (the fairy) and how she wasn't content to live the life she was expected to live; she wanted more for herself. There's a surprise at the end of the story that will probably make the series' readers pretty happy. I enjoyed without being as invested in the characters, so series' regulars should enjoy it too.




And I have to admit, I liked it enough to pick up "Her Mad Hatter," the first book in the series. I'd like to find out more about this world Marie Hall has created!




I received this book in exchange for an honest review from the LOP here on Goodreads.

posted by CoriFoundGlory on December 26, 2013

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 26, 2013

    I had not read any of Marie Hall's work before this one. It is t

    I had not read any of Marie Hall's work before this one. It is the sixth in her Kingdom series, but can largely be read as a stand-alone. There is a reference toward the end of the book to what I believe might be to the first book in the series, but it doesn't give anything away from that story and doesn't take anything away from this one.




    What really hooked me about the description, and had me wanting to read the story, was that it's a story about the Man in the Moon, which was a new concept to me. We've all heard of the Man in the Moon, but what do we know about him? And do we really care? In most cases, probably not. However, in Moon's Flower, the Man is given a name, a face, an origin story. We find out what he does during his days & nights and what motivates him. It's a cool look at an "old" character that not many of us know too much about.




    Without giving too much away, Moon's Flower is about a fairy that falls in love with him and he with her; it's the story of their love, and the consequences of that love. I really liked Calanthe (the fairy) and how she wasn't content to live the life she was expected to live; she wanted more for herself. There's a surprise at the end of the story that will probably make the series' readers pretty happy. I enjoyed without being as invested in the characters, so series' regulars should enjoy it too.




    And I have to admit, I liked it enough to pick up "Her Mad Hatter," the first book in the series. I'd like to find out more about this world Marie Hall has created!




    I received this book in exchange for an honest review from the LOP here on Goodreads.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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