Kate Grove

Biography

Writer, daydreamer, traveler. I’ve always liked telling stories and constantly catch myself daydreaming about distant lands, fictional events and characters. When I was 13, I realized there are some very lucky people called novelists who write these things down so I decided to become one!

I juggle a full-time day job, several creative endeavors, caring for family, and fitting in time for writing. Because I want my stories to reach as many people as possible, it’s gotten to the point where I write more in English than in my mother language.

I create fantasy, science fiction and paranormal romance books. I’m very interested in Celtic folklore, Japanese and Korean culture, I love myths and my stories usually reflect this. Feedback and deadlines make me more focused on my writing. Enjoy my stories!

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Books

The Snow King
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 29,180. Language: British English. Published: September 6, 2017. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Urban, Fiction » Fairy tales
After losing a battle, demigod Edur was cursed to a century-long sleep. Gwen accidentally wakes him up and takes on the responsibility of teaching him about the modern world. When she learns of Edur's plan to bring on eternal winter, she is determined to stop him. Will Gwen’s kindness and affection be enough to warm Edur’s heart, or will he succumb to the cold seduction of vengeance?

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Smashwords book reviews by Kate Grove

  • The Shadow Prince: The Prequel to Mortal Enchantment on March 24, 2014
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    Fortunately, I had the opportunity to be able to read this novella before it became available to the wide public, and I'm very grateful for Stacey for this chance, because it was a really enjoyable read! Shadow Prince is a prequel to Stacey's upcoming series, Mortal Enchantment. The concept of the story is very intriguing, and you can feel Rowan's struggle and defiance throughout the novella, and he feels real. Sometimes I felt he was just going in circles, repeating himself, but if I think about it, we, too, do that sometimes, especially when confronted with such huge, life-changing decisions. Every character was unique on their own way and I was (am still!) curious about what happens to them. I really liked the ending, because it was believable and realistic. Bittersweet. The whole novella made me want to read more of the story, so I'm looking forward to the first book of Mortal Enchantment! Truly a very exciting read! Good luck with the series, Stacey, you already have a fan! :) PS.: Perfect grammar.
  • The Shadow Prince: The Prequel to Mortal Enchantment on March 30, 2014

    Posting again, because, as embarrassing as it is, I forgot the stars...