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The Princess Mage (Mistolear, #2)

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Life in Mistolear is no picnic for Princess Willow. Her mother is weakening from a mysterious disease, her brother wreaks magical havoc, and she has to contend with the bloodthirsty Goblin King and Demon Host. The entire future of the realm depends upon a difficult choice that only willow can make.
Paperback, 292 pages
Published May 1st 2006 by Sumach Press
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Emma  Blue
Nov 09, 2007 Emma Blue rated it it was amazing
Ah simply amazing, I was banging my head against the wall when I suddenly realized the third book is not out yet!! The romantic relationship between the elf (Ah can't remember his name, hey it was 4 months ago!) and Willow, with Brand and the other elf in the mix, was a stroke of genius, (kudos Maggie!)
Suzy Kennedy
After saving the realm willow is trying to be a normal teenager, only issues; her knight BF is driving her nuts with his old fashioned ideals- sun bathing in shirts is out, and she is trying to keep up in mage school to improve her magic.

Enter a goblin king and his host set on setting the faeries free to wreak havoc on the world.

A great second installment. the characters really grow together and learn to accept each other as they are from different worlds. Willow really grows into her strength a
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Jun 29, 2009 Jenny rated it it was ok
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Denae Christine
Her elves were too powerful to be realistic and the magical rules went unchecked. Willow had some odd ideas and still didn't return to earth.
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Maggie L. Wood lives in London, Ontario, where she writes in between doing the cooking and cleaning, reading her favorite YA authors, and watching her favorite AMC, HBO, and Netflix shows. Her books, Captured and The Darkening, of The Divided Realms series have had two different publishers and have both been orphaned by their former publishers before the 3rd book in the series (Auralict) could be ...more
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