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Reviewer: Jennifer W.  – Fantastic

Star Rating: 5 Stars

“I thoroughly enjoyed this well written book. It was fantastic! I can’t hardly wait for the next installment of this series.”

Reviewer: Leandra Z.

Star Rating: 5 Stars

Wow. That was the only word I could think after I finished the last word of this book and put it down. This book completely blew my socks off (not literally, as I was lounging barefoot in a reclinable chair in Greece, thank you very much indeed).

This series has without a doubt become one of my favorite series of all time and has never ceased to disappoint me. Geanna has constructed a fantasy world so intricate, magical, and yet also so relatable that I can’t imagine how anyone wouldn’t get sucked into the fabulous adventures of Crisanta Knight & Co.

For anyone who hasn’t yet picked up any of the Crisanta Knight books, the first book in the series (called Protagonist Bound) is about a girl called Crisanta Knight, daughter of the infamous Cinderella. She is destined to become a new princess, who should be completely complacent, submissive and above all, extremely princess-like. This is what she gets taught at her fairytale-finishing school Lady Agnue’s, and she absolutely despises it, because she believes she is more than just a proper royal. With her combat boots and her magical wand, Cristanta ventures out to change her destiny which the mystical Author has picked out for her and shows that women should take charge of their own lives with a passion, feistiness and a burning fire that is untameable.

Needless to say Crisanta’s *cough* little adventure has so far led her through a lot of craziness and awesomeness alike. And I would highly, highly recommend anyone who hasn’t yet read any of the books yet to drop everything and go and read them immediately.

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Now excuse me while I go and hibernate until the fourth book, The Liar, the Witch and the Wormhole will be released on June 1st 2018.”

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Reviewer: Kathy F.  – Can’t Wait

Star Rating: 5 Stars

“I wish I would have known all the books weren’t available to buy. I would have waited till they were so I could read them all together. It’s gonna be hard to wait for another year”

Reviewer: Alexa H.  – Awesome YA Modern Fairytale

Star Rating: 5 Stars

“This third installment of the Crisanta Knight series keeps the adventures coming, expanding the universe farther and mixing new fairy tale elements into this brewing storm of a story. Inherent Fate is an exciting bookend to the first story arc, but Crisa’s story is still far from over!

Given where we left off in Book 2, I couldn’t wait to get back to Crisa and Daniel. The two of them are like a bottle of Coca-Cola and Mentos: an explosive, sky-high fountain of fun. I love how Crisa continues to steadily grow as a character, always learning the hard way (and the most entertaining way) from her experiences. I also eagerly ate up all the little details sprinkled throughout the book about Daniel’s mysterious past. We’re getting lots of great little nuggets and I can’t wait to see them all come together.

Book by book, the storyline is evolving. I’m riveted to the mysteries it’s slowly revealing. It’s simultaneously a world you want to live in, but also one you really want to expose all the secrets of… and those secrets go a long way down the rabbit hole. Altogether it’s really an enthralling examination of destiny & fate vs. our own choices and how each affects the other.
True to each book so far, this next installment of the Crisanta Knight series satisfies my most burning questions from the previous books but quickly replaces those questions with new intrigues. Geanna leaves you itching for the next volume. June 2018 can’t come soon enough!.”

Reviewer: Anonymous

Star Rating: 4 Stars

“A fun read and interesting adaptation of other fairy tales. I enjoy young adult tales even tho I am 60 . They are fun reads with less graphic realistic violence.”

Reviewer: Zoe  – Great Read

Star Rating: 5 Stars

“This is a great addition to this “after the fairy tale” book series. The plot continues to climb evenly while unraveling more secrets. The characters face more challenges including trying to convince the guardian figures of the true evil behind everything. The book leaves you wanting for more. This book is a quick, easy and clean read. Overall, very well written.”