Publish date: April 1st 2007
Publisher: HMH Books for Young Readers
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Historical Fiction
, Young Adult Fantasy
, Fairy Tales
Series: Wilde Island Chronicles (#1)
I did not enjoy Dragon's Keep as much as Dragonswood. The main reason being is that the romance lacks development. One minute they meet and the next she is in love with him. It's the insta-love thing. This resulted in me never finding the romance convincing. The book is really split into three diffe...
Rosalind is cursed with a dragon's talon on her wedding finger. Her birthright and fate are intertwined with the curse. Or is it a gift? Rosalind's mother is foolish, overbearing, and willing to do whatever(seriously anything) it takes for her daughter. She also got her in this mess in the first pla...
I really wish Goodreads had half stars because I'd really like to give this one a 3 1/2. I'm going to go with 3 though because I can't honestly say I really liked it, but I'm glad I read it.Though some parts were a bit predictable, I really had no idea what was going to happen next for the last 1/3 ...
Princess Rosalind is born with a dragon's claw for one finger and wears gold gloves to hide this flaw. Her mother does everything in her power (including murder) to safeguard Rosalind. However, nothing and no one can save Rosalind when the dragon come for her. Her time with the dragons is stressf...
We all know what it's like to grow up with expectations that you will somehow be great (okay fine, some of us more than others) and Carey's heroine suffers more than others due to Merlin's visions 600 years prior to her birth. She is supposed to be great - save the world great - and her mother is de...