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Queen of Thorns (Gothic Faerie Tale #2)

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Queen of Thorns is the second book in the Gothic Faerie Tale Series.

Gerda and Kai make plans to return home, as Khione recovers from Queen Eleanor’s second failed assignation attempt. Even though Khione remembers nothing of the last six months, she faces some tough decisions. Eleanor unaware of her failed plan to rid herself of her daughter, decides to move forward with h
Kindle Edition, 3rd Edition, 261 pages
Published December 12th 2016 by Red Rose Books (first published November 15th 2015)
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Judy Ashburn
Jul 01, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Absolutely wonderful! Such an easy and thrilling read, it was the perfect follow up to Throne of Ice. Ms. Hunter is truly a gifted writer. Her eye for detail really draws you into the story. The characters are so full of life, I felt a realm of emotions with each chapter. I did not want the book to end! The story line is so tantalizing, I could not stop myself from reading it. So many twists and turns, yet somehow they are so well intertwined! Such mastery of storytelling, Ms. Hunter makes me cr ...more
Darque  Dreamer
Jun 29, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Queen of Thorns was another magical faerie tale from Paula M. Hunter. It was full of beauty, adventure, and whimsy. It was a captivating sequel, and a marvelous mashup of classic tales.

Paula did a fabulous job with recapping what happened in Kingdom of Ice. Everything came together and continued as if I never left the world. The story had the same feeling as the first book with the mashups of Snow White and The Snow Queen, but it also had it's own magical feeling with bringing together Rapunzel,
Lisa Mettler
Aug 28, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Ok. How did Paula keep all these characters flowing together so well. So much happens in this book it's amazing. We get some sweet romance, and some sour evil and it's all yummy. If this book was a restraunt it would belong to Gordon Ramsay for the story line is that up scale. Paula has really thought this story through. I can't wait to read Reign of Fire. I'm excited to get the conclusion of this series but will be sad to see it end.
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Paula M. Hunter has lived in the UK New Zealand, South Africa and Cyprus. As a child, she loved to write fictional stories, poems, and radio scripts for her fictional radio station Radio 4. She studied and graduated, from the University of Life.

She is avid reader and enjoys writing fantasy stories, which include elements of history, mythology, folklore, and legend. She lives in the UK with her hus