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February Grace
February Grace is an author, poet, and artist from Southeastern Michigan. She has created characters with clockwork hearts, told the romantic tale of modern fairy godparents, put her own spin on a classic tale, and now takes readers on a journey back in time in her fifth novel published by... show more

February Grace is an author, poet, and artist from Southeastern Michigan. She has created characters with clockwork hearts, told the romantic tale of modern fairy godparents, put her own spin on a classic tale, and now takes readers on a journey back in time in her fifth novel published by Booktrope, WISHING CROSS STATION. She's done a few more or less interesting things in her life, not the least of which include working for Disney, getting kissed by a Klingon (it was unprovoked) and going blind, though she wouldn't personally recommend the latter. She would however highly recommend the doctors who helped partially restore her sight after a long series of surgeries between 2009 and 2011. She sings on key, plays by ear, and is more than mildly obsessed with colors, music, and meteor showers. She considers each day a gift, and is eternally grateful to all the amazing people who have helped make her writing dreams come true.
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Coffee2words
Coffee2words rated it 4 years ago
I'm not sure what I was expecting from this book, but it wasn't what I got.Keigan (our protagonist) finds himself traveling through time and into the past, to finish the job of another man. Things get complicated (as they usually do in good books!) and the reader gets to experience Keigan's journey ...
Url Phantomhive
Url Phantomhive rated it 4 years ago
Another one of my TBR bowl reads. I'm normally not much of a romance reader (even more so, I try to stay clear from the books that actually mention it as main genre because all other genres already seemed to have been packed with romance and I already got my fair share of romance reading that way, H...
100 Pages A Day...Stephanie's Book Reviews
Keigan is a pageboy at the college library, living a normal life with very little excitement. He is sent on an errand to pick up a book donation at an elderly gentleman’s house. One book that is donated looks extremely rare and unique; and the story that comes with it is even wilder. Keigan is to...
100 Pages A Day...Stephanie's Book Reviews
Once upon a time there was a Ball held for all of the eligible maidens in the land in order for the Prince to choose a bride. Charlotte Rousseau was maiden number sixty-four in line to meet the Prince, but never got the chance after a beautiful, golden haired maiden swept in and caught the Prince's...
Kimber Leigh Reads
Kimber Leigh Reads rated it 6 years ago
I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest reviewOf Stardust is a light urban fantasy with a lot of magic and roots in fairy tales. Cute, humorous, and fun all come to mind when I think of this novel. That's not to say there aren't heartbreaking moments. There were several times ...
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