The Princess Vow

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The Princess Vow: A Sleeping Beauty and Puss in Boots Retelling by Erika Everest (Tales from the Kingdoms of Fable book 3)

Locked in Dreamworld, Aurora takes matters into her own hands to figure out how to break the spell. Thankfully, she’s found a way to communicate with her sister. And there’s a certain handsome elf who stops by to keep her company.

Meanwhile, Aurora’s sister Rose travels with a talking cat to find the one who cursed Aurora. Desperate to find out the truth on how to break the curse, she recklessly takes off without telling anyone. 

“Do you not see that knowledge can be its own source of power? Not all battles are fought with swords.”

None of these women sit around waiting to be rescued and I love that. They’re far from damsels in distress, and “love’s true kiss” isn’t always what we expect either. 

I can’t wait for more books in the series to come out. This one really teases the truth and it’s a delicious plot.

Being stuck inside your own head is never easy, and Aurora shows symptoms of depression throughout the book.

Four and a half roses
Minor injuries
Swoony kisses