Elissa Blue: Book One of the Winged

Elissa Blue: Book One of the Winged

by T.K. Perry


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Though she worried it might never happen, Elissa Blue has finally gotten her wings. Now she has a short window of time to migrate to the Mating Mountain, find a husband, and get back down the impassable cliffs before she loses her ability to fly forever. If she doesn’t succeed, she will be stranded as a servant in the Old Castle for the rest of her life. And if she doesn’t choose her man wisely, she might be just as miserable.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780998633527
Publisher: Scarlet Note Publishing LLC
Publication date: 01/19/2017
Series: Winged , #1
Pages: 404
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.83(d)

About the Author

T.K. Perry lives with her husband and daughter in a lovely Oregon forest filled with wildlife (there is probably a house, too, but that's less picturesque). When she isn't writing or watching said wildlife, she enjoys making jewelry, pretending to be a photographer, and trying to save the world (a frustrating task since she lacks both superpowers and a costume). T.K. received a B.A. in International Relations from Brigham Young University, an M.A. in International Politics from the University of Denver Graduate School of International Studies, and a J.D. from the University of Denver College of Law. She is currently working on Book Two of The Winged series.

Table of Contents

Prologue i

Chapter One 1

Chapter Two 7

Chapter Three 11

Chapter Four 15

Chapter Five 19

Chapter Six 27

Chapter Seven 31

Chapter Eight 35

Chapter Nine 43

Chapter Ten 65

Chapter Eleven 67

Chapter Twelve 75

Chapter Thirteen 79

Chapter Fourteen 83

Chapter Fifteen 89

Chapter Sixteen 97

Chapter Seventeen 105

Chapter Eighteen 113

Chapter Nineteen 125

Chapter Twenty 133

Chapter Twenty-One 143

Chapter Twenty-Two 157

Chapter Twenty-Three 171

Chapter Twenty-Four 181

Chapter Twenty-Five 187

Chapter Twenty-Six 201

Chapter Twenty-Seven 209

Chapter Twenty-Eight 231

Chapter Twenty-Nine 251

Chapter Thirty 273

Chapter Thirty-One 281

Chapter Thirty-Two 299

Chapter Thirty-Three 307

Chapter Thirty-Four 325

Chapter Thirty-Five 353

Chapter Thirty-Six 375

Chapter Thirty-Seven 389

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Elissa Blue: Book One of The Winged 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
ARS8 More than 1 year ago
Elissa Blue by T.K. Perry was a very diverse an unique story. T.K. Perry built and extensive and engaging world, inhabited by creatures different from any other I’ve ever read: Butterfly-human hybrids. I believe that she did an excellent job describing her world and these butterfly hybrids, though there were some strange details that I found borderline disturbing. For instance I thought the pheromone was weird. The story has elements of fantasy and dystopian, but mostly it’s is a romance. Elissa is simply trying to find the right guy. She doesn’t want to make her decision too quickly and thus end up unhappy for the rest of her life, but she also doesn’t have much time to choose because hanging over her is the constant threat of her season ending. Perry keeps you guessing until the end who Elissa will end up with, throwing in new twists every time you think you have it figured out. I think my favorite characters were Elissa’s extended family. I liked Psyche and her brothers, and even though I started off thinking their dad was a total jerk I ended up liking him too. Elissa herself was somewhat selfish and shallow, and some of the things she did just had me shaking my head and thinking, “Girl…” but she won me over by the end. Elissa’s long cast of potential love interests were also interesting characters. Well, most of them were. One of her love interests I utterly couldn’t stand. He was a troglodyte, and every time she gushed how perfect he was I would roll my eyes. On a whole this was a clean, YA/NA romance with a very unique twist. I’m interested in what the next books in this series will be. I received a copy of this novel for free. I was not required to post a positive review and all views and opinions are my own.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I'm the author, so of course I love it. I hope that you will, too. :)