Queen of Hearts, by Colleen Oakes
Dinah is the heir to the throne of Wonderland. But her father doesn't love her, and she desperately wants and seeks the King of Hearts's approval. She also wants a future with Wardley, the boy she has loved since childhood. But she soon learns that Wonderland is not the place she believed it to be, and she is pulled into the evil, broken parts of the place she will be expected reign over. Soon, she learns of a betrayal to her and her future, and must find a way to stop it.
This is a really good book! I can definetely see potential in this saga/series. I'm most certainly looking forward to the next installment, Blood of Wonderland. The beginning of this book was a little slow, however after the first seventy pages or so, I really started lovng it. I finished this book in one day; it was an extremely quick read. It only had 306 pages and 14 chapters. 4/5 stars
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My Lady Jane, by Cynthia Hand, Brodi Ashton, and Jodi Meadows
Lady Jane Grey was the queen of England for nine days--until her head was chopped off.
So these authors decided to give Jane and happier--and longer--life. So here goes...
King Edward is dying from the Affliction, and he has no heir. So he wills the throne to his cousin, Lady Jane Grey, and arranges for her to marry Gifford Dudley (don't call him Gifford. It's G) and produce one. It's already bad enough Jane and G have never met, but it is even worse that G is a Edian (human that can turn into an animal. This is not the correct way the "d" is written. The word is pronounced "eth-ee-un". These people are despised of). G is a horse all day, and when the sun sets, he is a man. This makes marriage hard. Obviously. These three get caught up in a conspiracy, and have to save England from its dangerous maybe-fate.
I loved this book! It was comical and serious at the same time. It was just...good. 5/5 stars. You guys should most certainly read it!
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