A Midwinter's Wedding: A Four Kingdoms NovellaThe Four Kingdoms #3.5
Publication Date April 20, 2017
Genres: Fantasy, Young Adult, Clean Romance, Action/Adventure
Setting: Fantasy World Written for: High-School/Young Adult, Adult
A retelling of The Frog Prince fairy tale.
Princess Cordelia is used to being overshadowed by her many brothers and sisters. So when she's offered the chance to attend her brother's wedding in a faraway kingdom, she leaps at it. In Northhelm, she'll finally have the chance to stand out. And maybe, just maybe, she'll even find romance.
But not everything in the Northhelmian court is as it appears. With her brother distracted by the wedding, only Ferdinand, the ugliest man at court, will listen to Cordelia's concerns. An observant princess and a strangely amphibious soldier may be the only thing standing between all Four Kingdoms and disaster.
Cordelia will have to overcome prejudice, deceit and danger if she wants to save the day and find romance at A Midwinter's Wedding.
A Midwinter's Wedding is a novella of approximately 35,000 words.
If you enjoy clean romance, adventure and intrigue, then try the books in The Four Kingdoms series now! Each book can be read as a standalone story, however, for greatest enjoyment, they should be read in order.
The Four Kingdoms Reading Order: The Princess Companion: A Retelling of The Princess and the Pea (Book One)
The Princess Fugitive: A Reimagining of Little Red Riding Hood (Book Two)
Happily Ever Afters: A Four Kingdoms Novella
The Princess Pact: A Twist on Rumpelstiltskin (Book Three)
A Midwinter's Wedding: A Four Kingdoms Novella
The Princess Game: A Reimagining of Sleeping Beauty (Book Four)
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Melanie Cellier just announced that A Midwinter’s Wedding will be on sale through the end of November, 2017. I adore her books and don’t think I have ever given one less than 5 stars.
The review I posted on Goodreads for this books was short:
I have a complaint about this author’s books. They don’t come out often enough.
I am not very generous with 5 star reviews, but think I have given every one of the 4 Kingdom books 5 stars. They are fascinating re-writes of familiar (and not so familiar) fairy tales, but done so in such an intriguing way. This retelling of the Frog Prince was so very touching as Cordelia and Ferdie learned their value and discovered a nefarious plot against the royals of the 4 Kingdoms.