The Princess Fugitive

The Princess Fugitive Melanie Cellier


The Princess Fugitive

: A Reimagining of Little Red Riding Hood (The Four Kingdoms Book 2)

Princess Ava used to be a weapon - sharp, strong and beautiful. But when she fails at her most important task, she's forced to flee from her own family.

Only her personal bodyguard, Hans, remains loyal. Hans claims to know the real Ava but she finds that hard to believe - after all, she's been the villain so long that she can't remember anything else.

Deep in exile, Ava learns her kingdom needs a hero and she might be the only one who can save it. The catch? She'll have to ally herself with the very people she blames for her downfall.

But in a game of life and death where the stakes are an entire kingdom, winning over her enemies will only be the beginning. Can one fugitive save her people, her kingdom and, hardest of all, herself?

In this reimagining of the classic fairy tale, Little Red Riding Hood, the girl in the red hood has been swallowed up by the wolf and must decide if she's willing to fight for her freedom, no matter the cost.

If you enjoy clean romance, adventure and intrigue, then try the books in The Four Kingdoms series now! Each of these young adult fairy tale retellings can be read as a standalone story. However, for greatest enjoyment, they should be read in order.

The Four Kingdoms Reading Order:

The Princess Companion: A Retelling of The Princess and the Pea (Book One)
The Princess Fugitive: A Reimagining of Little Red Riding Hood (Book Two)
Happily Every Afters: A Reimagining of Snow White and Rose Red (Novella)
The Princess Pact: A Twist on Rumpelstiltskin (Book Three)
A Midwinter's Wedding: A Retelling of The Frog Prince (Novella)
The Princess Game: A Reimagining of Sleeping Beauty (Book Four)

Aventura / Fábula / Fantasia / Ficção / Romance

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on 25/1/19

Estou bem desgostosa porque esse livro merecia 5 estrelas fácil, fácil. Não tem nada de errado na história e Melanie conseguiu entregar personagens bem melhores escritos do que no primeiro livro da série. Mas eu sou chata e quero mais do que uma história bem contada. Trata-se de uma releitura da história da Chapeuzinho Vermelho - e talvez nesse quesito talvez o livro perdesse pontos por quase não ter se aproveitando do conto - num país mágico e todo mundo é branco, cis, hétero, magro... leia mais


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