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I refuse this life. I refuse this legacy. I will not become a wolf-killer.
Humans think Little Red Riding Hood is nothing more than a fairytale, but we hoods know better. We despise the woman who committed the darkest sin one of our kind can: falling in love with a werewolf and becoming his mate. The fairy tale didn’t end the way you’ve been told. Unless you’ve heard the version in which Little Red was roasted on a silver spit over a fire, that is.
And I almost walked down that same path. But in losing the werewolf I loved, I also realized the kind of person I want to be. That’s why I’ve turned my back on my heritage, denied my birthright. I will not hate werewolves just because they’re werewolves. I will not train to contain them, dominate them, and if I so choose, kill them. In fact, I refuse to be a hood at all.
I’ve walked away from my old life.
And that was going great, until an English werewolf on the run walked into my new one…
She went to sleep a warrior. She woke up a legend.
Lina is no sleeping beauty. She’s been fighting goblins in her dreams for over a century, but now she’s awake in an unfamiliar world. Worse, the goblin army is creeping ever closer to the human realm.
To stop the invasion, Lina needs the enchanted gems locked away in the royal treasury. There’s just one problem: to get them she must pretend she’s a princess and win Prince Alaric’s hand in marriage.
Lina will need all her cunning to pass the tests designed by the prince’s mother while fighting goblins on the sly. Can she hide her battle bruises and convince the court that she is a delicate princess? And can she trust Prince Alaric, who seems determined to discover her secrets?