Kill the Beast, Win the Girl (Waiting on Wednesday)

Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Weekly book Meme hosted by Breaking the Spine.


Title: The Great Hunt
Author: Wendy Higgins
Release Date: March 8, 2016
Publisher: Harper Teen

“Kill the beast. Win the girl.

A strange beast stirs fear in the kingdom of Lochlanach, terrorizing towns with its brutality and hunger. In an act of desperation, a proclamation is sent to all of Eurona—kill the creature and win the ultimate prize: the daughter of King Lochson’s hand in marriage.

Princess Aerity understands her duty to the kingdom though it pains her to imagine marrying a stranger. It would be foolish to set her sights on any particular man in the great hunt, but when a brooding local hunter, Paxton Seabolt, catches her attention, there’s no denying the unspoken lure between them…or his mysterious resentment.

Paxton is not keen on marriage. Nor does he care much for spoiled royals and their arcane laws. He’s determined to keep his focus on the task at hand—ridding the kingdom of the beast and protecting his family—yet Princess Aerity continues to challenge his notions with her unpredictability and charm. But as past secrets collide with present desires, dire choices threaten everything Paxton holds dear.

Inspired by the Grimm Brothers’ tale, “The Singing Bone,” New York Times bestselling author Wendy Higgins delivers a dark fantasy filled with rugged hunters, romantic tension, outlawed magic, and a princess willing to risk all to save her people.”

Why?:

I love a good fairy tale, and this seems like an interesting spin on one. Plus, look at that cover!


What are you waiting on?
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Stephanie

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4 comments:

  1. ooooo That one looks good. *adding it to TBR right now*

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    1. It seems really trope-y, but still cool :)

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  2. Oh this sounds good - and fairy-tale-like stories are still kind of magical to me :) Thanks for sharing, Obikitty!
    Lexxie @ (un)Conventional Bookviews

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    1. Well, it's like C.S. Lewis said: Someday you will be old enough to start reading fairy tales again.

      lol, Adults deserve fairy tales too ;)

      Thanks for stopping by and commenting!

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