Born under a hunter’s moon, abandoned as a child, I was raised to be a powerful sorceress—okay, a mediocre sorceress. All right, I’m good at glamour and can make things sparkle, if my spells don’t backfire. It was foretold long ago that I was a child of prophecy that would unite the fae and humans of Candor. The only problem, no one told me, and now the king wants me dead.
For I am Eden, one of the adoptive daughters of Lady Eville, and I have to attend the royal masquerade ball—not to win a prince, but to avenge my parents. Even if it means pretending to be a fairy godmother and wreaking a little havoc.
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I just finished reading Of Glass and Glamour. I could not put the book down. This was a very interesting story that was full of adventure and surprises. I can wait to read Of Sea and Song!
Loved it! Need more
Once again Chanda gives us a book that keeps us on our toes and wanting more! I can’t wait for the next one!
A fun and adventurous book!
I had no idea what to expect when I started reading, but I was quickly pulled into the story and followed the main character, Eden, with interest. Her transition from a person with many insecurities to a powerful character was written so well! I can’t recommend this book enough!