Forever After: First Light Forever by Michele Paige Holmes

February 26, 2016 | 1 Comment
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Forever After: First Light Forever by Michele Paige HolmesFirst Light Forever
Author: Michele Paige Holmes
Series: Forever After #1
Genres: YA Fantasy
Format: eBook
Pages: 351
Date: February 25, 2016
Publisher: Mirror Press

Seventeen-year-old Adrielle doesn’t believe in magic; she merely possesses it.

When Adrielle starts a fire that burns down the family home, she must deal with both her grief and rejection. Forced out of her village, she journeys to far away Tallinyne in search of her older, estranged sister—the only relative who might take her in.

Thrust into a dangerous and unfamiliar world, Adrielle struggles to navigate a world of magic she never imagined, where she is forced to make a choice no girl should ever have to make—satisfying her own heart or saving the kingdom.

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About Michele Paige Holmes

Michele Paige Holmes

Michele has been a member of the same critique group for over fifteen years and feels that joining a critique group is the single best thing an author can to do help improve his or her writing. She has been a member of RWA and URWA, LDStorymakers, and The League of Utah Writers. Michele enjoys both attending and teaching at conferences. When not reading or writing romance, Michele is busy with her full time job as a wife and mother.

One response to “Forever After: First Light Forever by Michele Paige Holmes

  1. Gayle Humpherys

    Such a fun fantasy! So different from other stories I’ve read by this author, but I loved it! I loved all the little references to various fairy tales and how they were all kind of mixed up together. At times I thought I was reading a re-telling of a certain fairy tale, but then another element would come into the story and add a little twist to it. And I thought it was fun how those “original” fairy tales were even referenced in the story as the characters knew of their lore.
    Sometimes it’s frustrating as a reader to know things before the main character figures them out (as was the case with Adrielle) but at the same time it was reasonable for her to not realize some things until a certain point. And I loved the way the ending all came together! Can’t wait to read Cecilia’s story next!

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