When I first started reading this, I didn’t realize that it was a part of a trilogy, or the last one, but that was okay. I could still keep up and things were explained enough that I knew what was going on.
Princess Petunia is the youngest of King Gregor’s twelve daughters and she finds herself on a trip to visit a friend, welcoming the change.
But her journey doesn’t go as expected when her carriage is stopped by some wolves. Wolves who just so happen to have two legs and open her eyes to an injustice she’d never known. As her journey continues, Petunia discovers things she thought that she and her sisters had laid to rest.
Though I came in a little late, I found that for the most part I could figure out what was going on. Petunia’s story for the most part was linked with one of the wolves, a handsome boy named Oliver, who robbed royal carriages, including hers.
But the big part was what’s happened in the previous two books. The girls, forced to dance each night for years in a magical kingdom, were being forced to marry the princes and king of Under Stone. Promises had been made and magic was being expended to get them there.
With the help of Oliver, the princess husbands, and the princesses themselves, they have to figure out a way to stop their captors. And it’s a nonstop adventure to figure out if they’ll be able to do it in time. This was a fun, sweet story that I really enjoyed and I think others will too (especially if they read the rest of the series…)