I'm the girl who wants to be strong in a world where everyone thinks I'm weak.
A lot of questions ran through my head as I desperately clung to the roof of a magic train crossing over a gaping canyon. Like: How did I get here? What could I have done to avoid this fate? And, did I remember to shave my underarms before coming on this quest? But even after taking on a witch in a gingerbread house, bloodthirsty actors, and a whole mess of magic hunters and other fairytale shenanigans, the biggest, most pressing question pulsing through my brain as my fingers started to slip and my enemy bore down on me was this: Could I really trust the person whose life I’d ruined to keep me from falling? With antagonists closing in, inner demons threatening to consume me, and vivid nightmares chewing up my soul every time I shut my eyes, I was running out of options. I knew the moment to decide whether or not I could truly trust any of my friends was fast approaching. But my head and heart were stuck. For just like the precarious position I now found myself in, the pain of holding onto the path I’d chosen thus far was outmatched only by the worry I had over (gulp) letting it go…
Readers love Crisanta Knight!
“I love this story; it brings out the inner princess in me. The main character reminds me of Merida from Brave due to her personality (I also have my fingers crossed that at some point she makes a guest appearance.” – One More Chapter Blog
“The worldbuilding continues to be amazing.” – Pages Full of Stars
“If you like reading books full of action, magic and a strong heroine, this is the one for you.” – Crazy Cat Books
"Trust, self-discovery and friendship were definitely the defining factors of this novel, with a great emphasis on trust.” – The Unicorn Reader, YouTube
The Crisanta Knight series
Book 1 - Protagonist Bound;
Book 2 - The Severance Game;
Book 3 - Inherent Fate;
Book 4 - The Liar, The Witch, & The Wormhole;
Book 5 (to be released in April of 2019) - To Death & Back.
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Great follow up!
The only critique I have is there seemed to be a lot more revisiting previous exposition than needed.