Winter’s Captive

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They thought she was a puppet they could manipulate. But this princess is no damsel in distress. 

Or at least she doesn’t want to be….

The black X of the Aramach marked the spot where Princess Charlotte’s life was destroyed. Her fiance has been kidnapped by rebel insurgents and war threatens to crumble her kingdom if he’s not safely returned. Somewhere in the midst of her inner circle, traitors are plotting to prevent their two kingdoms from uniting. Deciding it’s time to take matters into her own hands, Charlie storms from the castle on a mission to save her betrothed. 

But the obstacles are many and her skills are few.

Due to her sheltered existence, she knows nothing of her own kingdom or how to survive in it. But time is running out. The drums of war have sounded. Fighting against rebels and assassins; Charlie must find a strength within herself she never knew existed. But will it be enough to bring her prince home and save the kingdom? 

2 reviews for Winter’s Captive

  1. Jerry Harkey

    “Charlie” is a spoiled little princess who has to mature in a hurry to save her kingdom. So, nothing new so far. Her fiance has been abducted by the terrible bad guys. With a hair-brain scheme but much determination, she and her best friend set off and find disaster at every turn. Through a series of events she’s then teamed with her fiance’s older brother, with whom she has bad blood, to save the day. Then, book 1 ends. It’s an OK story but written very much with a YA slant.

  2. Sarah Mueller

    This is a wonderful start to a series. Charlie is pretty immature in this book, but I think that ultimately adds to the overall plot as it leaves lots of room for growth over the series. The dialogue is wonderful and Olivia King does an amazing job reading this!

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