By Sun and Candlelight
Rowan has some decisions to make.
Told in Rowan’s point of view, By Sun and Candlelight (Flora, 1.5) gives you a new view into the characters and daily happenings at Castle Lennox and bridges the gap between If ...more
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I have loved this series from the very first book 'If I Speak True', and once again in this novella Jessica Brooks has produced something fantastic. This short story coming from Rowan's perspective takes you right into Ambrosia and into the inner workings of his life and the political state of his kingdom. I don't usually read books with a fantasy element but in th ...more
Book received from author in exchange for honest review
Seeing into Rowan's eyes shows the love that he feels for Dahlia.
Of course, this wasn't focused on Rowan and Dahlia but rather Rowan's life as the Prince. I am definitely adding him onto my book friends list.
If you loved the first book, you'll love the novella. Reading from his perspective gives a bigger insight on his mindset. His kind heart.
He worries about those ar ...more
I think I’m more in love with ...more
‘By Sun and Candlelight’ is written in ROWAN’S PERSPECTIVE! Just a little reminder in case you haven’t noticed it in the blurb and for crazily excited wackos like me! I was really happy to FINALLY get inside that mysterious, good-looking, dark, wavy-haired, green-eyed, swoon-worthy, princely head of his. A highly recommended read as it gives you some important clues for ‘Open Thy Heart’.
Like the blurb says,
I'm very glad that this was from Rowan's POV, since he is still such a mysterious character. We get to see what he is thinking, how he feels. Rowan is nearly of age, and the heir to the throne. That comes wit ...more