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Crown of Coral and Pearl For Generations, The Princes Of Ilara Have Married The Most Beautiful Maidens From The Ocean Village Of Varenia But Though Every Girl Longs To Be Chosen As The Next Princess, The Cost Of Becoming Royalty Is Higher Than Any Of Them Could Ever Imagine Nor Once Dreamed Of Seeing The Wondrous Wealth And Beauty Of Ilara, The Kingdom That S Ruled Her Village For As Long As Anyone Can Remember But When A Childhood Accident Left Her With A Permanent Scar, It Became Clear That Her Identical Twin Sister, Zadie, Would Likely Be Chosen To Marry The Crown Prince While Nor Remained Behind, Unable To Ever Set Foot On LandThen Zadie Is Gravely Injured, And Nor Is Sent To Ilara In Her Place To Nor S Dismay, Her Future Husband, Prince Ceren, Is As Forbidding And Cold As His Home A Castle Carved Into A Mountain And Devoid Of Sunlight And As She Grows Closer To Ceren S Brother, The Charming Prince Talin, Nor Uncovers Startling Truths About A Failing Royal Bloodline, A Murdered Queen And A Plot To Destroy The Home She Was Once So Eager To LeaveIn Order To Save Her People, Nor Must Learn To Negotiate The Treacherous Protocols Of A Court Where Lies Reign And Obsession Rules But Discovering Her Own Formidable Strength May Be The One Move That Costs Her Everything The Crown, Varenia And Zadie

About the Author: Mara Rutherford

Mara Rutherford began her writing career as a journalist but quickly discovered she far preferred fantasy to reality Originally from California, Mara has since lived all over the world, from Russia to Peru, along with her Marine turned diplomat husband and two sons A triplet born on Leap Day, Mara holds a Master s degree in Cultural Studies from the University of London and would rather study

10 thoughts on “Crown of Coral and Pearl

  1. says:

    if grace and fury and red queen had a love child who spent the summers with their distant aunt in house of salt and sorrows, it would be this book i found this story had all the best elements of those particular books sisterly devotion, brotherly princes who couldnt be different, magic and its exploitation, court politics and scheming, with the enchanting lure of a seaside

  2. says:

    Now Available Sorrow is good for the soul, Father had said after the incident, when I had recovered from the pain and sickness but had still not grown used to the feel of the torn flesh on my otherwise flawless skin Those who have never known pain or adversity are as shallow as the waves lapping on the shore And what is wrong with being shallow I d asked him What lies beneath the surface of shallow waters

  3. says:

    The August Fae Crate FINALLY arrived today 9 16 19 Click the link below the pic to see the goodies I have a couple of favs THE GOODIESSigh and shit Mel

  4. says:

    did i add this to my tbr just because the cover s pretty no, why would you suggest that

  5. says:

    Good LORD this was good The only downside is that I have to wait a whole year for the next book That sucks.It s hard to believe that this is the author s first published book if I m being completely honest.I don t think I have to explain what happens in the book because it s kind of clear.Anyway, the characters OOF Talin and Nor are loveable and all but Ceren The guy is COLD And I mean cold cold He is cruel and vile and extremely

  6. says:

    1 crown of coral and pearl 2 kingdom of sea and stone im not sure if i should be grateful or disappointed that i managed to get out of this book unscathed i mean, considering how bloody treacherous life inside a royal court can get especially when you re an outsider, a commoner girl playing princess this book, in my scale, falls into the pretty good category it s not impeccably impressive that i would immediately call myself a fan, but also not

  7. says:

    So right away, I really liked the first half of this book The sister bond was well done and I really connected with Nor.For me, I kept waiting for the romance to build between Nor and Talin, or take away the romance I loved their connection at the beginning of the book but then their whole relationship was underdeveloped, which would have been fine, but I kept getting insta love vibes from Nor Ceren was actually well developed and he was quite the baddy,

  8. says:

    I was frightened of the person I was becoming a woman who lied to everyone, who disrespected her parents, who helped her sister injure herself A woman who would spy on a king.A woman who would steal a crown Right up until the end, I thought this was going to be a 4 star read Nor was wonderfully smart, the politics were actually interesting, and I loved the premise of the story But there were three main problems 1 The romance was absolutely shite.2 I symp

  9. says:

    4 5 Stars I m the perfect seashell you pick up from the ocean floor, only to turn it over in your hand and see the crack Thank you, NetGalley and Harlequin Australia, for sending me an advance reader copy in exchange for an honest review

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    Title Crown of Coral and PearlSeries Crown of Coral and Pearl 1Author Mara RutherfordRelease date August 27, 2019 Genre fantasy, YAI wasn t prepared for how obsessed I would feel about this story How I d be so completely absorbed with these characters lives that I d care about their welfare than being gritty eyed and sluggish the next day Yes, it s one of those Sacrifice Proper Sleep kind of books After blogging for so long I probably go through twenty five potentially exciting b

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