All Madeline Calderon has wanted is to find out the truth behind her mother’s disappearance. But what she discovers uncovers more secrets, as the need to protect her growing powers leads to a rush coronation and engagement. New responsibilities and the appearance of an unfamiliar family member makes her question who she can trust and the direction of her reign. Can Maddie find a balance between being Queen and dealing with family drama? Will the choices she makes hurt the ones she swore to protect?
About the Author
I love all things psych! I have a B.S. in Psychology, and work in the legal field. In my spare time I analyze everyone around me. I also enjoy learning, laughing, and appreciating life with my family and friends. I can even appreciate the not-so-amazing people in my life. I know we know each other for a reason! As an aspiring psychologist, specifically in the area of high school counseling, one would think I would write psychological thrillers. Who knows that maybe coming yet. Right now, however, my personal interests lean toward the supernatural. I love the idea that seemingly ordinary people have these extraordinary gifts and in addition have to deal with the same problems that us non-magical folk do. At the same time they usually have to prevent some paranormal disaster from occurring. Even the description of the paranormal genre sucks you in. I currently reside in New Jersey and work in New York. #Commuter! I am married with one 11 year old son, who like most pre-teens is on his way to turning 30. In addition to reading and writing, I love to hike, watch sports, and attend wine tastings.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
The characters are more mature, charismatic, and ready to fight for peace in the kingdom where the natural and unnatural intermingle. It is nice to see how the relationship between Maddie and Bash developed and the preparations for the upcoming weeding. However, the ending is a bit unexpected but with the third installment in the works I’m almost certain that a HEA will occur. Hopefully the writer will satisfy our curiosity.