Zara

Rated 4.50/5 based on 3 reviews
Zara is your typical fairy tale princess, blonde, gorgeous, and awaiting Prince Charming.

Except for one thing.

She's been cursed with super powers.
You'd think flying fast, being strong, and the ability to attract small, fuzzy creatures would make her life perfect. Except it never does. Facing all levels of rejection, Zara never seems to fit in at her preppy school. More

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About Natasha House

When Natasha House wakes up in the morning she's got one thing on her brain: writing. "How do normal people think? I mean wouldn't it be boring not having a book in your brain to entertain you?" Natasha works a "normal" job along with perusing writing. "I randomly grab a scrap piece of paper and furiously scribble. People probably think I'm nuts when I'm talking to myself, but I'm just talking to the characters in my head." Natasha is happily married. She enjoys singing. "I've written over thirty songs including one called: It's coffee time. What can I say I love coffee." Natasha loves writing different genre's including: sci-fi, romance, fantasy, middle grade, and paranormal. "If you read my book Superhero princess you might have a laugh-attack, while my other books are more serious toned. I really love my screwball characters. They entertain me the most." Natasha's House dream is to one day write full time. She loves making people laugh, sit on the edge of their seat, and dive into a world they might not want to come out of.

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Review by: Clarissa Cartharn on May 14, 2013 :
Don’t let the pink fool you. Superhero Princess and the Curse of the Rainbow Fairy is a novel that will take you by surprise. It is hilarious and witty with twists and turns that will have you guessing to the very end. It’s a like a long dream that moves swiftly from one comedic episode to another. Yes, there is a princess, all dressed in pink and yes there is a frog prince and even a curse as well. But that’s where the cliche ends. Because in Superhero princess it is the princess that does all the work, saves the prince and if he doesn’t treat her well enough, there might even be a threat that she will squish him. There is even a food fight and I don’t mean food fight but where food fights. Oh well, what I mean this book is not what anyone expects it to be. The style reminds me greatly of a Diary of a Wimpy Kid and it is just as funny. I loved every page.
(review of free book)

Review by: Clarissa Cartharn on May 14, 2013 : (no rating)
Don’t let the pink fool you. Superhero Princess and the Curse of the Rainbow Fairy is a novel that will take you by surprise. It is hilarious and witty with twists and turns that will have you guessing to the very end. It’s a like a long dream that moves swiftly from one comedic episode to another. Yes, there is a princess, all dressed in pink and yes there is a frog prince and even a curse as well. But that’s where the cliche ends. Because in Superhero princess it is the princess that does all the work, saves the prince and if he doesn’t treat her well enough, there might even be a threat that she will squish him. There is even a food fight and I don’t mean food fight but where food fights. Oh well, what I mean this book is not what anyone expects it to be. The style reminds me greatly of a Diary of a Wimpy Kid and it is just as funny. I loved every page.
(review of free book)

Review by: Amy McClung on Jan. 05, 2013 :
Super Fun Read!!
This book had me laughing from the first page! The author has quite an imagination. There were creatures that were certainly unique to this book! Zombie Carrots, Tin Can Man, and Ninja Cats, oh my! The ninja cats were my favorite. There were illustrations throughout the book that gave you a look into the artist mind to see the visions of her monsters! She also did a great job of describing them and it was easy to imagine even without the illustrations, but I loved having them in there! Zara is a princess with super powers who has to deal with being considered a freak by her classmates because she is "not normal." This is easily something young kids can relate to. I think this book is fun for kids and adults as long as you enjoy adventure and using your imagination! There is never a dull moment in Zara's life, that's for sure! Normally I don't highlight in books on my kindle, but I did on this one because there were so many awesome moments! And I knew this was my kind of book when she used my favorite word, "buttmunch". I believe the storyline and content deserve 5 stars, but I only gave it a 4 because there are a few errors within, nothing major that takes away from the story, just a few typos a good edit can fix. Still a fantastic read, I look forward to more books by this author!! In fact, I bought her other book Citizen after reading this and am adding it to by TBR list now!
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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