The Princess Who Wouldn't Die

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Princess Naji never dreamed that her fairy tale ending would land her here: Accused of murdering her new husband, her guilt cannot be denied. But when she's sent on a journey of banishment, her raw determination, a new friendship, and the help of an unlikely man may just be enough to overthrow fate. More

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About J. Kirsch

I write about strong heroines who face tough obstacles and work with what they have, often using humor as a deadly weapon. In my fantasy novels sometimes that involves destroying six-eyed monsters, cruel sorcerers, or the occasional vengeful imp, but this is by no means an exhaustive list. I live and adventure in the Carolinas with a fearless spouse and noticeably cute canine. As a librarian I promote fantasy and science fiction to readers of all stripes, usually with excellent results. I am also a member of the Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America.

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Review by: K.G. McAbee on June 03, 2014 :
I. Love. This. One part heroic fantasy, one part snarky heroine with a mouth on her, one part adventure, one part romance. Add danger, a threat of mayhem and barely-escaped death, stir together and enjoy. I just hope there are more adventures for Princess Naji in the future; she's a woman I could spend time with. And the Black Knight? Yum!
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Review by: Amy Rex on May 28, 2014 :
I've read some of this author's work, but this is the first fantasy ebook I've read by J. Kirsch.

The princess is filled with the type of tenacity I like to see in my heroines. It was refreshing to see a princess who seems every bit the equal of any heroic knight. Princess Naji is no wilting flower...that's for sure!...and in both kicking ass and doing what needs to be done to survive, I found myself admiring her 'get-it-done' attitude.

A good, fast-paced read!
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