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The Jabberwocky Princess Beware The Jabberwock The Jaws That Bite, The Claws That Catch Kitchen Maid Kainda Is The Daughter Of A Disgraced Monster Hunter She Longs To Learn About Strange Beasts And Use The Hunting Skills Her Father Taught Her, But Kitchen Maids Don T Get To Have Adventures Especially Not A Girl Everyone Thinks Is CrazyThat Is Until Devil May Care Prince Ander Enlists Her Help In Defeating A Monster Troubling A Nearby Kingdom With Her Misfit Knight Best Friend By Her Side, Kainda Thinks It S The Perfect Arrangement She Gets Adventure And Financial Freedom, While Prince Ander Gets To Marry The Princess Of FernshireUntil The Beast Proves Troublesome Than Anyone Imagined, And Secrets From Her Father S Past Raise The Question What Is Dangerous Myth Or Reality A Standalone Read Perfect For Fans Of Sweet Romance, Suspense, And Fairy Tales

About the Author: Cece Louise

Cece Louise writes clean novels for teens and adults filled with adventure, romance, and spirit.An avid reader, Cece has been making up stories in her head as long as she can remember A true believer that writing should be fun, she loves communicating with her readers and connecting with other writers.In 2012, Cece graduated summa cum laude with a BBA from the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee.

10 thoughts on “The Jabberwocky Princess

  1. says:

    Best book I ve read so far this year Beautifully written and perfectly layered, this unique novel will touch your emotions while captivating you I love the way the story grabbed me from page one, pulling me right into a fun, spirited scene with lively personalities and tantalizing plot elements This is only the second book in the series and each can be enjoyed as a standalone , and already Cece Louise has mastered the finer poin

  2. says:

    3 The book opens with Jabberwocky by Lewis Carroll, a poem I loved in high school It starts out with things that are hard to believe and it seemed middle school than YA The author wrote a cute story that wasn t deep and it didn t need to be Overall a fun light read What I liked Fast pace HEA Some unexpected plot twistsWhat I didn t like Simply story telling One dimensional characters Mostly predictableI received a complimentary c

  3. says:

    Happiness takes effort especially when another person is involved I received and ARC from the author for a review.This book was so beautiful When I read Cece Louise s books, it is like diving into a fairytale and I would never want to get out The story takes place in the same world of Desperate Forests but the characters are completely new and we only have a little glimpse of Roselynn and Jay just at the end of the book, but the new

  4. says:

    received an ARC from the author, and I am so glad that I did This is the best story I ve read this year I absolutely loved it The Jabberwocky Princess is the second book in the series but can be read as a standalone I did not read Desperate Forest, the first book in the series, and I easily followed this story Of course, I liked this book so much that I got Desperate Forest before I even finished reading The Jabberwocky Princess Yes,

  5. says:

    A wonderful adventure with an Alice in Wonderland theme I read this in one day, it was fast paced and enjoyable the whole way though This is the second book in the series, but it can stand alone as it s own novel as well Nothing is lost or confusing by starting with this book.The character development for Opal started out a bit slow, we get two POVs to read from Kainda and Opal and at first I wasn t a big fan of Opals parts That changed

  6. says:

    I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy from the Author This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The Jabberwocky Princess by Cece Louise, is an excellent historical young adult romance novel by this fantastic author She did a great job of bringing the Jabberwock to life Can Kainda restore her father s good name in the monster hunting world Kainda Kainda is our first point of view in this story and the

  7. says:

    Not a bad read, but does little to expand the Jabberwocky canon.Lewis Carroll s Jabberwocky is one of two poems I have memorized, and one of my all time favorites, so when I saw this title I was immediately hooked Check out the full poem here Since her father s questionable disappearance several years ago, nineteen year old Kainda has worked as a palace maid to support her ailing mother Her skills as a tracker don t make her the most adept

  8. says:

    Overall I liked this story, but there were a few things that bothered me teeny tiny potential spoilerish critical comments1 Opal was a cookie cutter spoiled and entitled princess with the typical secret desire to play with the kingdom s children and comfort the old people, making her seem both unrealistic and shallow at the same time Also, why did a certain someone never mention that he loves sketching too when she told him her hobbies 2 She

  9. says:

    The Jabberwocky Princess is one of my favorite books right now I can t decide what the best part of Cece Louise s writing is Is it her engaging cast of characters, her lively dialogue, or her colorful world in general that draws a reader in Parts of this story brought me to full blown laughter in a good way , while others literally brought tears to my eyes also in a good way Seriously, this book brings all the feels Jabberwocky Princess is the

  10. says:

    I received this book as an ARC from the author The Jabberwocky Princess is the sequel though still a stand alone novel to Desperate Forest Cece Louis has committed to writing clean fiction that empowers young girls The Jabberwocky Princess follows two very different, yet equally strong, women Kainda is a kitchen maid turned monster hunter on the search for independence and answers about her father s mysterious disappearance Opal is a princess who

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