The Pixie Queen
Susan V. Vaughn
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In the small town of Caseville strange things have occurred…
From the time Jane Hensley was little, she knew she was different. Instead of hanging out with friends, she was often in the woods, alone, chanting magical words that filled her with power and effected the environment around her. A sudden summer storm on a perfectly sunny day. Monster waves crashing into the shores of Lake Huron. Strange things happening in nature with no rhyme or reason. Residents are mystified by these occurrences, but would never dream they could come from Plain Jane Hensley, the girl that was so quiet, it was like she wasn’t there at all.
But David Reynolds, the town’s football star, has noticed Jane. In fact he has been secretly in love with the strange girl for years. And on the morning of her sixteenth birthday, he is determined to finally reveal his heart to her. Instead David discovers Jane’s powerful secret. A secret that has brought a magical stranger to their town. One who claims to be a Pixie King, and entices Jane on a quest.
Now David must choose whether to allow the girl of his dreams to disappear forever. Or follow her on a journey that defies logic.
Good clean YA read with bit of magic
A cute clean romance. Jane just turned 16 years old and always felt she was invisible to everyone. She had no friends and loved being in the forest and close to nature. Always invisible but she was hiding a part of herself. Unknown to her David had always seen her, loved her from afar and tried to be close when he could. Jane was expecting a lonely end to her 16th birthday until all of a sudden she wasn't. Jane ends up going on a quest with David and Aaron the mysterious stranger that suddenly showed up at her house. The story was well written and addicting. I was hooked after the first chapter. Had to see how it all ended. Would David get the girl or would Aaron? Plus how would the quest end. The characters were engaging and well rounded considering they were all teenagers. Story had a bit of teenage angst but fit into the story. The usual does he like me/ does she like me stuff. I thought it was a very clean fun book to read on a lazy afternoon. I received a copy of this book from eBook Discovery. I voluntarily review this book. This is my honest review.
The Pixie Queen
I received a copy of this book from eBook Discovery. I voluntarily review this book. This is my honest review.
I loved reading this book it drew me in from the beginning and kept pulling me into the wonderfully written story of love, sacrifice, and strength. I found myself wishing I could be more like the heroine.