Silver Princess

Silver Princess

by Lea Carter


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"Ms. Carter has written a superb novella in Silver Princess. It is a fantasy book taking place in a fairy kingdom, but with characters who could be our next door neighbors." --Dawn Edwards, The Kindle Book Review

The youngest daughter of the silver fairy king, Rebecca’s life up to now has been—in a word—sheltered. Her extensive education has prepared her for almost any situation she could expect to encounter…but no one taught her how to handle her first brush with love, let alone being kidnapped by traitors.

She only has her father's sense of humor, her mother's sense of pride, and the hope of being rescued in time. She will have to draw on half-forgotten pearls of wisdom to survive these coming ordeals without bringing shame upon herself or her house.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780988599116
Publisher: Lea Carter
Publication date: 11/28/2013
Series: Silver Sagas , #1
Pages: 162
Product dimensions: 4.37(w) x 7.00(h) x 0.35(d)

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Silver Princess 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
lilacqueen75 More than 1 year ago
All of my preconceived notions about fairies literally flew out the window with this story. I can't imagine them growing up and dealing with "real life" issues or even eating "normal" food, such as meat and bread, but in this book, it all happens. Rebecca is an average fairy who encounters a man-fairy, Scamp, when she's rescued from an accident and her heart is lost. It's not all rainbows and bubblegum after that--they have a lot of challenges to overcome and a lot to learn, both about life and about family secrets, and I enjoy the way they each adapt to their situations. There are moments of danger, mystery, and adventure, as well as some light romance, but I would have loved more details about feelings and events--something deeper. The story seems to skim the surface, making it a great read for a younger audience, but the romance wouldn't interest that age group. This is an enjoyable book, but does end on a cliffhanger, so be sure to have Book 2 on hand if you want to continue on immediately. Content: mild violence; mild romance *I received a copy, which didn't influence my opinion. All thoughts are my own.*
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I found the Silver Fairy Trilogy to be full of adventure, love and in depth descriptions of surroundings and feelings. When reading these books, I found myself walking in the shoes of the main characters. The books are well written and hard to put down once you start reading. The thing I found most compelling was the consistent sense of strong family love, devotion and respect. It warmed my heart to feel of the care and thoughtfulness of this royal family. After reading these books, I felt spiritually enriched because of the courage and integrity the of main characters. It reflected a healthy family bond. My favorite one was the 3rd book where the Silver Princess gets married. This is a diamond in the rough.....very enjoyable reading.
LAWonder More than 1 year ago
 The Silver Princess is a light, refreshingly "clean" fantasy, ideal for the younger YA and older elementary age group. Fairies in this series are tiny like "Tinkerbelll". The live in many hidden areas around the world. The Silver Princess - Rebecca - was the youngest princess in the Silver Fairy Tribe Kingdom. While out on her frequent riding adventures, Rebecca was thrown and became disoriented when her head struck a rock. Confused and unstable - Rebecca - found herself in a dangerous place before everything went black. After a period of time, she awoke to a wonderful smell but in an unfamiliar place. Who had found her?...Friend or foe?   New adventures and danger awaited the young princess. What would her fate be? There was a very real possibility she might never return home. The characters were creatively developed and the accompanying scenes were well portrayed. The  Title was simple but applicable, as was the book cover. The "flow" was sometimes disrupted by sudden or incomplete chapter conclusions. This is a great chapter book for older elementary, especially young girls. I felt the story lacked energy. My review of this book offers a Three and a Half Stars rating. *This book was sent by the author for an honest review, of which I have given.