The Rose Queen: Book 1 of the Rose Trilogy

The Rose Queen: Book 1 of the Rose Trilogy

by Alison McBain
The Rose Queen: Book 1 of the Rose Trilogy

The Rose Queen: Book 1 of the Rose Trilogy

by Alison McBain


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The Beast doesn't always wait for Beauty. Sometimes, Beauty is the Beast.

Princess Mirabella is betrothed to a repulsive old man a year after her mother's death. She refuses the marriage, only to find out her betrothed is a sorcerer as well. He takes his revenge by transforming her into a savage and frightening beast, giving her an ultimatum: she has three years to solve the mystery of her curse—or die.

Exiled to her mother's estate to hide the scandal, Mirabella learns that the sorcerer was not alone in keeping secrets. Her grandfather was murdered before Mirabella was born, and her mother's death is looking less and less as if it came from natural causes. The only point in common to all their ruined lives: her father, the king.

Faced with a conflict between saving her family and saving her own life, the choices Mirabella makes will change the future of the kingdom—and magic—forever.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781949122046
Publisher: Fairfield Scribes
Publication date: 06/28/2018
Series: Rose Trilogy , #1
Pages: 324
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.73(d)
Age Range: 13 - 18 Years

About the Author

Diversity is one of Alison McBain's passions. With dual Canadian-U.S. citizenship, a Japanese-American mother, and a B.A. in African history and classical literature, she has an eclectic background and a wide range of experience. She grew up in California and moved to the East Coast in her mid-twenties. Currently, she lives in Connecticut, where she is raising three girls and her husband. She started her writing career at age four with a "self-published" horror story about the monster in the closet. The story was highly lauded by her closest family members. Since then, she's received a number of writing awards and accolades from people not even vaguely related to her, but she still has a soft spot for that first short story. Her interest in diversity also extends to fiction. With over seventy publications to her name, her stories and poems range in tone from serious to silly. They cover nearly every genre, including literary, romance, horror, science fiction, fantasy, history and adventure. When not writing fiction, she follows her own personal mantra of, "Do something creative every day." She serves as the Book Reviews Editor at the magazine Bewildering Stories. She also blogs about local events, showcases her art and conducts author interviews on her website, When life gets a little too hectic, she does origami meditation or draws all over the walls of her house with the enthusiastic help of her kids.
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