Unraveled by Julie Daines

February 3, 2014 · 4 comments

in YA SciFi/Fantasy, YA Speculative

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In the years since the fever that took both her family and her ability to walk, sixteen-year-old Bronwyn has been relegated to the lonely status of cripple. But when a fortuitous encounter with a mysterious mountain witch reveals the magical possibility of regaining the use of her legs, Bronwyn can’t help but envision the life she never had.

Powerless to resist the promise of a second chance, Bronwyn agrees to the witch’s terms. Clad in a pair of enchanted but homely shoes, her journey takes her from her small village in the countryside to the glittering court of the king and from a lonely life of solitude into the lives and hearts of two very different young men.

But as the Faerie-witch’s magic begins to unravel, the power of true love is tested; can Bronwyn’s dream of being happy, whole, and accepted ever be attained?

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Title: Unraveled: A Tale of True Love

Author: Julie Daines

Publisher: Covenant

Release Date: February 3, 2014

ISBN: 978-1621086277

Formats: 192 pages, 6×9, softcover; e-book

Genre: YA Fairytale Romance


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Tiffany February 9, 2014 at 9:37 pm

Darling, wonderful fairytale rich with Welch lore. Loved the setting, loved Browyn. Well paced, well-written, lovely story!

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Shauna Wheelwright March 8, 2014 at 6:39 am

Who knew a pair of shoes could cause so much trouble?
A beautiful tale of love and learning to appreciate what you have. So wonderfully told!

Knights in shining armor~
Damsels in distress~
Witches and fairies~
Love and deception~
Hope and healing~

SO. SO. SO. GOOD!
A fairy tale worth reading!
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Gayle Humpherys April 2, 2014 at 3:28 pm

I liked the lessons taught in this fairy tale-type story about beauty and perfection and worth, as well the tangled webs we can weave with deception. However, the heroine did annoy me at times with her bad decisions.

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