Golden Curse

Golden Curse

by M. Lynn
Golden Curse

Golden Curse

by M. Lynn

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Overview

A warrior with nothing left to lose. A prince trying to hold his kingdom together.

As a child, Etta ran from the palace for her life. Now, she must find a way back in.

The kingdom of Gaule is a dangerous place for those with magic. To be found is a death sentence, forcing magic wielders into the forests to hide from the crown.

Etta Basile has spent years among the trees, training for the day she'll take up the curse of her ancestors, a curse tying her life to that of her greatest enemy, the Prince of Gaule.

Prince Alexandre was once a childhood friend, but now, Etta must keep her identity a secret as she enters a tournament to become his champion.

Her goals are simple.

Protect the prince. Break the curse. Kill the prince.

What her training never prepared her for? Falling in love.

But love is for the weak, and Etta can't forget the reason she's there.

Her people are counting on her.

Get lost in an epic fantasy where romance crosses enemy lines and nothing is ever black and white. Golden Curse is the first book in the completed seven-book Fantasy and Fairytales series. Are you ready? Scroll up to click and see why readers love Etta and Alex.


The Fantasy and Fairytales series:

  1. Golden Curse
  2. Golden Chains
  3. Golden Crown
  4. Glass Kingdom
  5. Glass Princess
  6. Noble Thief
  7. Cursed Beauty




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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781983371813
Publisher: Independently published
Publication date: 07/06/2018
Series: Fantasy and Fairytales , #1
Pages: 242
Sales rank: 249,358
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.55(d)
Age Range: 13 - 17 Years

About the Author

M. Lynn has a brain that won't seem to quiet down, forcing her into many different genres to suit her various sides. Under the name Michelle Lynn, she writes romance and dystopian as well as upcoming fantasies. Running on Diet Coke and toddler hugs, she sleeps little - not due to overworking or important tasks - but only because she refuses to come back from the worlds in the books she reads. Reading, writing, aunting ... repeat.

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