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A Princess No More (A Tale of Nälu Book 4)

4.45  ·  Rating details ·  11 ratings  ·  6 reviews
The fourth short story in the Tales of Nälu collection.

A hunt to the death will determine the mate of Princess Tirza Jathil and the future king of Arashel. Who will survive? Mathani–the bold Haruzo who has caught her eye? The humble Gabor who bows to a foreign god? Or Jasur, the biggest of them all and a stickler for tradition? But then the Guardian Lazar shows up with two
Kindle Edition, 41 pages
Published April 23rd 2014 by BrokenSeed Books
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Just Jordan
Oct 19, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: fantasy, romance
Great Short Story

This little fantasy story is engaging from the first page. I loved the different aspects of the setting and culture. The plot isn't what you might expect, and that is what makes A Princess No More so lovely.
Laura Grace
Jul 21, 2019 rated it it was amazing
How fascinating to read a backstory after reading the trilogy!

I loved getting to see the King and Jathil as a princess, even though it was very different from how I first read about her. Gabor was great and really loved seeing this “inside look” to his past.

A good short story!
Dec 05, 2015 rated it it was amazing
This was my first time reading Mbewe's work and I really got pulled into it! There is definitely a supernatural aspect to the story because the characters can shape shift into wild cats, but it was interesting as the princess prepares herself for who could become king in this hunt/competition. I didn't realize it was a short story, but I couldn't put it down. Hopefully book 5 will be soon, would love to know what happens next!!
*couldn't stand Mathani, really liked Gabor, what will the princess d
Nov 07, 2015 rated it it was amazing
This is another fantastic Tale of Nalu!

It's a short, thrilling read that leaves you hungry for more. With the upcoming release of Darkened Hope (The Hidden Dagger Book Two), this is the perfect story to whet your appetite.

I highly recommend it - and all of J.L. Mbewe's work - to fantasy lovers.

The worldbuilding is intense and imaginative, and A Princess No More gives a snapshot of the beautiful world of Nalu. :)
Helen May
Dec 13, 2015 rated it it was amazing
An engaging short story.
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I really liked this book! It was short, but an interesting read. I liked how the characters could transform into leopards! The ending was way too much of a cliff-hanger, but I think the story is supposed to continue in the next book, so I won't complain too much. Good job to the author! ...more
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Writing as J. L. Mbewe, Jennette is an author, artist, mother, wife, but not always in that order. Born and raised in Minnesota, she now braves the heat of Texas, but pines for the Northern Lights and the lakes of home every autumn. She loves trying to capture the abstract and make it concrete. She is currently living her second childhood with her wonderful husband and two precious children who do ...more

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