Ash and the Prince (Grimm Tidings, #1)



Ashley Ash Prince Hates Using Magic, But That Doesn T Stop Her Mother From Forcing Lessons On Her She Resists Except When It Helps Her Stepbrother, Charlie Charlie Is Sick And None Of The Doctors Knows Why When Ash Has A Witch Dream, She Is Determined To Find The Elusive And Rare Ghost Orchid A Flower That Could Be The Key To Saving Him Her Mother Begs Her Not To Go Because Not Only Did Ash S Dream Reveal A Way To Heal Her Brother, It Also Hinted At Her Death But When Her Brother Gets Worse, She Refuses To Sit Around And Let Him Die In A Race Against Time, Ash And A Boy She Met In A Coffee Shop Go In Search Of The Ghost Orchid Only Someone Doesn T Want Her To Find It Family Secrets Are Revealed And Ash Has To Decide Whom To Trust The Mother That Raised Her, Or The Boy Barely Knows Love And Family Collide In This Cinderella Retelling.Ash and the Prince (Grimm Tidings, #1)

Katie Doyle is an avid reader, writer of YA, NA, and Adult fiction, a mom to two tornadoes that resemble a ten and seven year old, and pet to a tuxedo cat named Oz and a German Shepherd Boxer rescue named Charlie If she s not reading, writing, or getting Oz out of a tree, she s watching TV with her husband and trying not to curse around her kids.

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  • ebook
  • 91 pages
  • Ash and the Prince (Grimm Tidings, #1)
  • Katie Doyle
  • English
  • 10 September 2017

10 thoughts on “Ash and the Prince (Grimm Tidings, #1)

  1. says:

    3.5 starsI m usually very picky about my fantasy reads, so I was wary when it came to reading Ash and the Prince Surprisingly, I enjoyed it farthan I expected to As far as Cinderella retellings go, I won t exactly classify this as a typical retelling The story is filled with enchantment and a bit of mystery Ash would do anything for her ailing step brother even if it means putting herself in danger What she doesn t realise...

  2. says:

    Ashley Prince isn t lazy, she just doesn t want to use magic Except in matters helping her younger stepbrother, Charlie Ash feels helpless when Charlie falls ill and nears death The answer to saving him comes to Ash in a Witch Dream, but her mother forbids her from seeking the cure which is in a rare flower called a Ghost Orchid Ash takes off to find it and finds help in the form of a cute barista named Jason The closer she gets to finding the flower, greater horrors are revealed about Char Ashley Prince isn t lazy, she just doesn t want to use magic Except in matters helping her younger stepbrother, Charl...

  3. says:

    Ash and the Prince is Katie s first book and it was very excellent It had me on my seats edge throughout the entire book I would have gotten it finished earlier if it hadn t been for a few things that needed to be taken care of around the house.I loved how she incorporated the retelling of a classic fairytale, magic, love both romantic and familial, secrets, and a heroine that keeps true to being herself.The first thing that ...

  4. says:

    Posted originally on my blog The Writer s InkwellSo I have to admit, I was a bit dense when it came to this particular novella This happens from time to time, but as I read it, I couldn t figure out how it was a reimagined version of Cinderella This is actually a good thing, because it s far too common for it to be overly obvious in books and I m a bit fan of a book that can make you think.The author has created a smart, fun and entertaining novella about a young girl, Ash who is desperate to Posted originally on my blog The Writer s InkwellSo I have to admit, I was a bit dense when it came to this particular novella This happens from time to time, but as I read it, I couldn t figure out how it was a reimagined version of Cinderella This is actually a good thing, because it s far too common for it to be overly obvious in books and I m a bit fan of a book that can make you think.The author has created a smart, fun and entertaining novella about a young girl, Ash who is desperate to find a cure to save her little stepbrother from death s door What made it hard for me to understand the exact Cinderella tie in comes from the fact that while Ash is heroine of the story, in a way, she s not the Cinderella...

  5. says:

    Of course, I m biased, but I loved writing this book The idea of it came from a discussion with my husband about the practicality of glass slippers From there, the idea evolved until I decided I had to write it.It started as a serial for the A to Z Blogging Challenge in April of 2014 The people who read it asked if I was going to publish it and if I was going to write another one I honestly hadn t thought about it After enough people asked, I decided I would.If you re a fan of magic, advent Of course, I m biased, but I loved writing this book The idea of it came from a discussion with my husband about the prac...

  6. says:

    I won this book as a Goodreads Giveaway This book packed in a great story for being a short novella It was full of action I liked the fantasy witch characters I would recommend this to anyone who likes fantasy stories.

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