Saturday, May 16, 2015

Pippa of Lauramore, by Shari Tapscott

I enjoyed this tale about a rebellious princess full of adventures, handsome princes and hard choices. This is my preferred Fantasy genre. I had to get used to the present tense (ala Hunger Games), but otherwise really enjoyed it from start to finish. Very clean, very fun, romantic and interesting. Clearly there will be other books written now that the author's created this world, and if I had my say, I'd like to hear more about Lord Rigel, hint hint. 99 cents or free to borrow with Amazon Prime. Recommended.


  1. Ooh, I'll have to check this out! I love things that are free to borrow! Would it be suitable for a 10-year old girl? Thanks for linking up with Booknificent Thursday last week. Unfortunately, my site is down so there won't be a link-up this week. I hope to be back up and running next week and hope to see you there!

  2. Depends on the 10 year old. The romance is clean, but it is a big part of it. I'd think 12-13 years and up.


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