Greta and the Goblin King
While trying to save her brother from the witch three years ago, Greta was thrown into the fire herself, falling through a portal to a dangerous world where humans are the enemy, and every ogre, goblin, and ghoul has a dark side that comes out with the full moon. To survive, 17-year-old Greta has... show more
While trying to save her brother from the witch three years ago, Greta was thrown into the fire herself, falling through a portal to a dangerous world where humans are the enemy, and every ogre, goblin, and ghoul has a dark side that comes out with the full moon. To survive, 17-year-old Greta has hidden her humanity and taken the job of bounty hunterand she’s good at what she does. So good, she’s caught the attention of Mylena’s young Goblin King, the darkly enticing Isaac, who invades her dreams and undermines her determination to escape. But Greta’s not the only one looking to get out of Mylena. The full moon is mere days away, and an ancient evil being knows she’s the key to opening the portal. If Greta fails, she and the boys she finds stranded in the woods will die. If she succeeds, no world will be safe from what follows her back . . .
Publish date: December 11th 2012
Publisher: Entangled Teen
Pages no: 279
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Paranormal Romance
Series: Mylena Chronicles (#1)
It was the cover for Greta and the Goblin Kingthat caught my interest and it was the title that reeled me in. I was looking to read some fantasy and wasn’t very sure of what to expect from the novel. Romance? Some Goblins and a lady bounty hunter for a protagonist? Sounded like nothing I have ever r...
Surprisingly better than i expected. The romance with the exception of a couple of moments wasn't swoon worthy, but the fighting scenes were cool and I liked Greta. This slightly dysfunctional kickass heroine is what got me out of my reading funk. So points for that and of course for originality cau...
I enjoyed Greta and the Goblin King a lot. The pace was great. The writing smooth and simplistic (in a good way). The story easy to get into as the reader gets dropped into the thick of it all (though I also had a small issue with that, too, which I’ll come to in a sec). Greta was a great lead. Isaa...
2013-08-10This looks really good, but I'm not going to read it until the sequel is scheduled. I can't deal with withdrawal, you know how it is.2013-09-11On her twitter, the author says that she has finished the second book and is editing it (here the tweet). There's no title, no publisher and no pub...