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Kiss: Frog Prince Retold (Book 14 in the Romance a Medieval Fairytale series) PAPERBACK

Kiss: Frog Prince Retold (Book 14 in the Romance a Medieval Fairytale series) PAPERBACK

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Title

A desert princess. A cursed prince. Can a kiss break the spell?

Once upon a time…

When Anahita picks up a pet frog on her way to marry a distant sheikh, she laughs at his claim to be a prince under a curse that can only be broken by a kiss.

Until he transforms into a man in her tent.

With one man in her bed as she’s preparing to marry another, what’s a desert princess to do?

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Paperback

298 pages

Dimensions

5.06 x 0.68 x 7.81 inches

ISBN

9781925799248

Publication Date

19 February 2019

Publisher

Lost Plot Press

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Starr Wilde
Fun adventure

This one was a fun adventure and I am so glad that we rescued Anahita from these terrible people so she could be happy....

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Jessica
Always a pleasure

I love her stories and can never out them down for !ong. I love this new take on the frog prince and highly recommend all of her stories

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Stephanie V
Kiss: A Frog Prince Re-told

This is Kiss: A Frog Prince Retold written by Demelza Carlton. It's a retelling of a classic fairy tale, with quite a twist. Prince Philemon is cursed and turned into a frog. Can Princess Anahita trust the words of a frog? Can she break the spell? Has Prince Philemon truly learned his lesson?

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Danea55
This Princess Is A Total Badass!

First off, this story can be read independently, but it is fun to get the little references to the other books in the series as we go. Also, this book is rather dark and deals with adult themes beyond the normal sexual including rape and violence, so be warned if these are issues for you.Anahita was simply an amazing character. She is what every woman who has ever been in an untenable situation wishes she could be. Her bravery and awesomeness does not retract from the fact that she has had a most unpleasant life and is due some happiness by the time we really get to know her. Her gift is with animals, and that just makes her all the more endearing to us.Philemon, on the other hand, is an interesting character. He is our frog prince, and one who was justly punished for being too high and mighty and exceedingly arrogant. His time as a frog, and his time with Anahita, help him to grow and become someone we can actually like. Don't get me wrong, as princes go he wasn't the worst to start with, but he did need taking down a peg or two and to be taught how to appreciate. As a side note, his interactions with her bird are absolutely fantastic to read.On an aside... There are two supporting characters in this that I really learned to love. Asad and Haidar are just awesome. I feel really awful for what happened to them, but it was nice to see them carry on and befriend Anahita so completely. I really liked the contrast of male characters who were earthy but not at all bad.All in all, this is a very touching tale. It has to be one of the most heart-wrenching Mrs. Carlton has written yet, however. So be warned: tears are imminent!

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Debbie
Would you kiss a 🐸?

Kiss is a combination of Frog Prince, Arabian Nights, and Aladdin all mixed together. I loved how Ana (Anahita) solved her own problems without Phil's (Philemon) help .

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