The Pages of the Mind review ë 3

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Eed those skills again But she accepts her duty Until her journey drops her into the arms of a barbarian king He speaks no tongue she knows but that of power yet he recognizes his captive as a valuable pawn Dafne must submit to a wedding of alliance becoming a prisoner ueen in a court she does not understand If she is to save herself and her country she will have to learn to read the heart of a wild stranger And there are secrets written there than even Dafne could suspect.

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  • Mara

    The Pages of the Mind review ë 3 The Pages of the MindI met the heroine briefly in the first book The Mark of the Tala I honestly didn't remember her but a piece of her story was told in the anthology published with Grace Draven For Crown and KingdomI liked the story and the heroine enough to jump to read her own book The first 50% was glorious a scholar as an heroine managing a kingdom and her ueen by the backstage I really thought this book was going to be absolutely great Then all of a sudden it didn't simply start downhill It crumbled Like a building that has been bombed And not happy with it the author started digging tooI was flabbergasted All of a sudden I was given a story that really didn't have much sense where pieces of it were conveniently discarded because this is serious romance guys and everything has to resolve around sex oops sorry the romance All of a sudden the heroine became a woe is me I'm useless I'm not good enough whiny mess For the rest of the book Fucking u


  • Douglas Meeks

    The Pages of the Mind review ë 3 The Pages of the MindWell if you have not read the previous 12 Kingdoms books you might want to read them first it gives a lot depth to some of the people and stories hereI loved this book by the ending but the main reason I did not give it 5 Stars was because I felt there were several things that did not sit well with me most I can't discuss because I try to never do spoilers b


  • Phoebe Prince

    The Pages of the Mind review ë 3 The Pages of the MindI wanted to like this book I really did It has a fantastic cover a great title and it implied it was going to be about a badass librarian I was hooked on that concept Unfortunately this story didn’t deliver It’s not really about Dafne the aforementioned librarian and if there’d been a focus on her earlier in the book or if the book had started later when she became important to the story I would’ve cared about her This story also should’ve been told in third person It simply would’ve worked better and I don’t come across many stories where I feel that way being that I don’t prefer a POV It’s author’s choice but first POV did nothing to help this story or build Dafne’s characterUrsula is the new ueen and this book picks up where the previous book in the series left off The early parts of this book are chronicling Ursula and Harlan’s interesting adventures and Dafne literally sits on the sidelines This is why this didn't work well as a


  • Maria Rose

    The Pages of the Mind review ë 3 The Pages of the MindUpdate reread July 2020 just as good as the first time I'd forgotten there was so much sex in it though 2017 RITA Award winner in Best Paranormal Romance category Congrats to Jeffe Kennedy and her editorial team In this richly detailed fantasy world created by Jeffe Kennedy the Twelve Kingdoms come alive once again The Pages of the Mind is a spin off story to the highly successful Twelve Kingdoms three book series and will delight new and established readers alike It's considered part of the Twelve Kingdoms series book 4 but also book 1 of The Uncharted Realms an apt description for the adventurous romantic tale Dafne the librarian and archivist of the Twelve Kingdoms under the rule of ueen Ursula is sent on a task to find out the effects of the movement of the magic barrier and deal with the northern kingdoms that have now become part and parcel of the ueen's territory Used to her libraries and books she's none the less read


  • Beth

    The Pages of the Mind review ë 3 The Pages of the MindLet me start by saying this is the first book in this series I read and jumping in at book 4 I still loved it and want to go back and read the rest of this series It was the perfect mix of fantasy romance and adventureDafne is a librarian and trusted advisor to


  • Marlene

    The Pages of the Mind review ë 3 The Pages of the MindOriginally published at Reading RealityI have for the most part adored Jeffe Kennedy’s Twelve Kingdoms series Ami’s book The Tears of the Rose was the lone exception because Ami spends the first half of the book as a spoiled princess bitch While she gets much much better the first half of the book drags a bitAs much as I loved the bridge novella featuring librarian Dafne Mailloux The Crown of the ueen Dafne’s own story in The Pages of the Mind drove me batty I loved the beginning and liked the end but in this case it’s the middle that gave me fitsLet me explainDafne has been the librarian at Castle Ordnang for decades Her family held the land and castle that formerly sat on the same spot but when High King Uorsin decided that Castle


  • Jackie

    The Pages of the Mind review ë 3 The Pages of the MindI'd read the first book in Kennedy's 12 KINGDOMS series but hadn't followed up because of the problems I had with it But since this one just won the RITA for fantasy romance I thought I should give it a goThe first fifty pages are a total bore particularly for someone who hasn't read all of the previous three books; it spends most of its time recounting plot from those books explaining political alliances and previous battleswars through conversations with the current book's protagonist and the romance couple from book #3 It's not until we get 100 pages into this book that any actual romance if you can call it that begins Da


  • Bambi Unbridled

    The Pages of the Mind review ë 3 The Pages of the MindGah This book Jeffe Kennedy has truly outdone herself with this story From the beautiful cover to the very last word I was captivated by this fantastical tale I predict it will be one of my favorite books of the yearFor those of you who have not read the Twelve Kingd


  • Mara

    The Pages of the Mind review ë 3 The Pages of the Mind35 stars I found this compulsively readable so although I think there are some significant pacing issues in terms of the plot at the beginning I was still sucked in I would definitely like to read from this author as I'm always looking for a good fantasy with strong romantic elements


  • Marta Cox

    The Pages of the Mind review ë 3 The Pages of the MindI seem to be reading and fantasy style books recently and yes you've guessed it I've just discovered another author to add to my list Clearly this is part of a series but I had such fun wrapping my head around what was going on although we didn't meet the hero of the story Nakoa until well past the thirty percent point according to my kindle That being said it did allow me to come to understand a lot about Dafne This is an early review so I can't give much away but Dafne has survived being under a despotic King since her family were killed but she's canny and cunning Possibly the cleverest at court and