The Wild Queen

The Wild Queen

by Cheri Chesley

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940012496690
Publisher: Chesley Books
Publication date: 05/30/2011
Series: The Peasant Queen
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 139 KB

About the Author

Cheri Chesley enjoys a good story, and hopes to share equally good writing. She currently resides in Waurika, OK with her husband and children. You can visit her website at or follow her blog at learn more about her print novels and e-books.

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Wild Queen 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
KristaMW More than 1 year ago
This book is a prequel to The Peasant Queen, which I might recommend you read first (unlike I did). The characters are interesting and it is written well. Reading it on the Kindle app on my phone I noticed a few formatting issues but they were not bad enough to distract much from my reading. To me this book felt more like a collection of scenes and less like a cohesive story. That said; I did enjoy reading it. I liked the characters and was left feeling like I wanted to know more. The ending seems out of place and leaves you with far more questions than you started with. And I warn you - The Peasant Queen does not answer any of them. But it is my understanding that there are more books to come in the series and I am looking forward to learning the answers to all my questions. If you like stories set in medieval, fantasy worlds with a hint of a love story, you will like this book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I just finished and oh man! I loved it. Never has a story ended like this. My only hope is that Ms. Chesley will be kind and write a sequel-soon! The characters are very personable and the story itself has a feel very much like The Peasant Queen; which I also enjoyed. But,I must admit, I enjoyed The wild Queen more. Its pace was much faster and I found myself submerged in the story from page one. My only complaint was that I kept looking at the page count as I progressed into the story. As I neared it's end, I kept thinking "no!" The story ended too soon for me, but like I said, perhaps there will be a sequel!