The Fantasyland Series, no. 1
Seoafin Wilde was taught by her parents that every breath was a treasure and to seek every adventure she could find. She learns this lesson the hard way after they perish in a plane crash. When she discovers there’s a parallel universe where every person has a twin, she finds a witch who can send her there so she can see her parents again.
And have the adventure of a lifetime.
Upon arrival in the winter wonderland of Lunwyn, Finnie realizes she’s been played and finds herself walking down the aisle to wed The Drakkar.
Instantly thrown into inauspicious circumstances, with years of practice (she did survive that elephant stampede), Finnie bests the challenges and digs into her adventure.
But as Frey Drakkar discovers the woman who is his new wife is not Princess Sjofn, a woman he loathes, but instead his Finnie, a free spirit with a thirst for venture just like him, without her knowledge, he orders his new bride bound to his frozen world…
Disappointed w unresolved issues in the plot
Interesting plot that kept me going, but then the story abruptly ends with unresolved conflicts. There were enjoyable moments throughout nonetheless.
Dragons, elves, assassins, hot guys...but what really hooked me on this book was Finnie. Never, ever do I like the h more than the H in a romance, but the way KA wrote Finnie (hilarious, clever, sweet, daring), I rooted for her MORE than a hot, brooding guy. Unheard of! Love, love, love this series. Author is too kickass for words! Truly the best out there right now.
Too much filler, got boring
Disappointing. Kinda felt like nothing happened the whole book since it coasted over any action or exciting plot so quickly and moved on. Most of it was filler stuff that got boring after a while. Lacked character development and finalization of conflict