Rose and the Lost Princess

Rose and the Lost Princess

eBook - 2014
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Not all magic is used for good ... Rose's whole life has changed in a matter of weeks. She's gone from being a lonely orphan to a magician's apprentice, though she's learned that power comes at a price. Rose's magical abilities blossom, but she's still uneasy about her new powers. Even Rose's friends don't seem to trust her anymore, especially when rumor of dark magic begin to swirl through the city. Then the country's beloved princess vanishes, and Rose learns she must find the missing girl. Can Rose shatter the power of an evil magician before all is lost? Praise for Rose: Magic, mystery, adventure, and friendship--this book has it all.--Books for Kids One of those pure unqualified delights tht I dearly hope folks will read.--A Fuse 8 Production.
Publisher: Naperville :, Sourcebooks Jabberwocky,, [2014]
Copyright Date: ©2010
ISBN: 9781402285868
Characteristics: 1 online resource

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Jan 24, 2016

Not bad, but I do wish Rose weren't still so .. feeble, to use the word that Isabella uses to describe her.
And Mr. Fountain is supposed to be a great magician but just as in the first book, he proves himself useless. Makes it sort of ridiculous.

m2 Apr 23, 2014

This fun series continues with this story about Rose assisting Mr. Fountain her employer (she's a maid) AND her master (she's also a magical apprentice) in trying to protect the realm's beloved Princess Jane.

Love Rose and her practical down to earth self juxtaposed with her powerful and mostly untaught magic.

And I think Holly Webb has introduced a villain that will hold us in good stead for several books!

Can't wait to read the next one!

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