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Iron Curse C.R. Termini

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When the fae queen is murdered and Princess Jifanya is sent to live with a distant cousin, the Council of Elder Fae does everything they can to start a war with the human kingdom. Years of enduring cruelty at her cousin’s hands leads Jifanya to use her magical abilities and seek a life elsewhere. But how does she end up in the human kingdom—or one hundred years in the future?

Raoul may be the human king, but all he cares about is living, and odds aren’t in his favor. His entire kingdom has been under threat of war from the Fae ever since the disappearance of the Fae princess one hundred years ago. But Raoul has a secret: only a Fae can free him from his deadly curse. He's all but given up when a mysterious girl named Anya comes to his court offering her services as a scholar and Fae expert.

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  • About 339 pages
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10 comments on "Iron Curse"

Susan on Oct. 23, 2016, 5:50 p.m. said:

Susan


I liked so many things about it. I LOVED the story. It made me cry and smile and had me on the edge of my seat - especially towards the end. I liked that Anya and Raoul were not stunningly beautiful, as is typical in books. The ending caught me by surprise - a pleasant one! I'm glad that Annabelle was to know the truth. I found myself thinking about the characters and the story when I wasn't able to get back to reading it.
I know this is still a manuscript, but I'd like to see the minor typos fixed.

It's a bit of a Romeo and Juliet story.

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Susan on Oct. 23, 2016, 5:20 p.m. said:

Susan


I liked so many things about it. I LOVED the story. It made me cry and smile and had me on the edge of my seat - especially towards the end. I liked that Anya and Raoul were not stunningly beautiful, as is typical in books. The ending caught me by surprise - a pleasant one! I'm glad that Annabelle was to know the truth. I found myself thinking about the characters and the story when I wasn't able to get back to reading it.
I know this is still a manuscript, but I'd like to see the minor typos fixed.

It's a bit of a Romeo and Juliet story.

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Laura on Oct. 18, 2016, 6:28 a.m. said:

Laura


I loved the story. It grabbed my attention from the beginning and kept it. I thought the story was really well written. I would like to learn more about Annabelle and where she came from and how she came to be a ward of the king. But I would like to read anything else this author has available.

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Susan on Oct. 16, 2016, 8:14 p.m. said:

Susan


The story has got me! It's time for bed, but I can't wait to get back to it tomorrow. CR Termini can really spin a tale and I think she has great potential!

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Awolosencuk on Oct. 12, 2016, 10:10 a.m. said:

Awolosencuk


There were some small misspellings and once you used she instead of he (the scene where Raoul is following Anya into the forest to stop the fae attacks) but it was overall a wonderful story that kept me on the edge of my seat. I finished it in a day! Please tell me there's a sequel. I'd love to see how Alec is doing and maybe see a story about Annabelle possibly falling for a Fae and truly bringing their nations together. Please tell me a sequel is coming.

Romeo and Juliet.

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Awolosencuk on Oct. 12, 2016, 10:12 a.m. said:

Awolosencuk


The last part of that made no sense. The site asked me what popular story this compared to and I said Romeo and Juliet.

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C.R. Termini on Oct. 12, 2016, 11:33 a.m. said:

C.R. Termini


Thank you! I'll take a look through and find the misspellings and the use of "she." I haven't planned a sequel, but you never know. Again, thanks for the feedback.

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Awolosencuk on Oct. 12, 2016, 7:30 p.m. said:

Awolosencuk


I think I only saw the misspellings around 2-3 times. One of those times, it was using "to" instead of "too" or something of that nature. That said, I was very impressed with the book itself and it was a very addictive read. Please let me know if you write and submit anything else.

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Awolosencuk on Oct. 11, 2016, 12:40 p.m. said:

Awolosencuk


I absolutely love this story. The way the author provided information about the fae culture through tutoring is brilliant. Also, the twist that she was sent forward in time was very well done. I can't wait to continue reading!

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C.R. Termini on Oct. 11, 2016, 7:49 p.m. said:

C.R. Termini


Thank you! :)

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