Tuesday, June 16, 2015

A Crystal Angel by Dawn Brower with Review

 Title: A Crystal Angel 
Author: Dawn Brower 
Genre: Historical 

A drunken promise of betrothal has turned Thor's family against him. Will Thor earn Pia's forgiveness and find their runaway children in time for Christmas?

After a night of cards and drinking, Thor's splitting headache is the least of his worries. When a messenger arrives with a contract for him to sign, his wife Pia discovers he's agreed to betroth their son to the Earl of Devon's daughter. Pia's beyond furious and demands he fix it—or else. After overhearing the argument between their parents, the twins Liam and Lily decide to run away in protest of the contract. Thor and Pia set out to find their rebellious children before something dreadful happens to them. Will Thor convince Pia to forgive him and find the twins before Christmas, or will their family fall apart forever?

this is a novella. I would recommend you read this after A Flawed Jewel.

This Arc was given to me for my honest review.

This is a short story that tells about when the twins were younger, and the betrothal was brought up. Thor after a night out wakes up to a very mad wife. Pia has just received word that Thor agreed to a marriage contract. Thor not remembering much from the night before, is a little confused he has no intention of signing it of course. Lilly overhearing the argument runs to Liam to tell him about the contract for him and Gemma. The kids not wanting their parents to do this to them decide it’s a good idea to run away. Will Liam be forced to marry Gemma? Will Thor and Pia find them before something happens to them? You'll have to read it to find out.

This was a cute little back story. I really enjoyed it. Dawn has once again even with a short story has won me over. This is a great addition to the series, and a must read.

Dawn Brower holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, a Master of Arts in Education, and is currently working on a Master of Arts in Liberal Arts with concentrations in Literature, History, and Sociology. She works as a substitute teacher and enjoys the flexibility it gives her to concentrate on her other endeavors.

Growing up she was the only girl out of six children. She is a single mother of two teenage boys; there is never a dull moment in her life. Reading books is her favorite hobby. There is nothing like a nice glass of wine and a good book to relax with at the end of the day.

There are always stories inside her head; she just never thought she could make them come to life. That creativity has finally found an outlet. 

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