Once a Princess
Swashbuckling in a magic worldL.A. style! Sashas mother, Sun, was once swept away from a Ren Faire to another world by a princeliterallybut there was no happy ending. Suns prince disappeared, and a wicked king took the Khanerenth throne. In the years since, Sasha and Sun have been back on Earth... show more
Swashbuckling in a magic worldL.A. style! Sashas mother, Sun, was once swept away from a Ren Faire to another world by a princeliterallybut there was no happy ending. Suns prince disappeared, and a wicked king took the Khanerenth throne. In the years since, Sasha and Sun have been back on Earth and on the run. Mom and daughter dont quite see eye to eye on the situationSasha wants to stand and fight. Sun insists her prince will return for them one day; its safer to stay hidden. Then Sasha is tricked into crossing the portal to Khanerenth. Shes more than ready to join the resistance, kick some bad-guy butt, and fix the broken kingdom. Butis the stylish pirate Zathdar the bad guy? Or artistic, dreamy Prince Jehan? Back on Earth, Sun is furious Sasha has been kidnapped. Sun might once have been a rotten princess, but nobody messes with Mom!
Publish date: June 17th 2008
Publisher: Samhain Publishing
Pages no: 246
Edition language: English
Series: Sasharia en Garde! (#1)
Sasha is whisked away from Earth to a magical world where plots are afoot and many adventures begin. These involve her mother, a pirate, mages and the king. She struggles to know who to trust while a romantic element enters the fray. A host of characters are introduced and developed. The plot moves ...
3 ish stars. It was okay. Good adventure and fantasy story. I liked the motherdaughter duo as main characters. Cover is extremely iffy and if someone highly trusted hadn't told me it was decent, I never would have picked it up. It is actually quite clean. A few mildly sensual thoughts andor mentions...
wow, the only thing that you should be aware of is that you really, REALLY need to have twice a prince ready to continue!!! not that it ends in mid sentence but oh it's so nice to be able to read about sasha and everyone else's adventures.
Book one of two. I cannot give a final rating until I have read both parts as they have to go together.A very fun story that manages to have both a mother and a daughter as the heroines. Which is a first for me. Even if in other books the mother or mother-figure was heroic and courageous, she was ne...