Posted January 22, 2014 by Michelle in Cover Reveal / 3 Comments


Enchanted castles and charming princes thought to exist only in stories come to life in this classically twisted fairy tale that combines the timeless quality of generations old folktales with the challenges of the modern world. 
The woods of Elorium appear ordinary to Andi Grace, until birds start talking and elves answer doors. Along with three others, Andi has been whisked out of her world and finds herself the reluctant guest of the perplexing millionaire, Mr. Jackson—a stranger willing to help get them home, but who’s keeping secrets of his own. 
Discovering unexpected family connections to this fairy tale land, the group must rely on each other as they dodge evil fairies and battle giants, intent on keeping them in Elorium. Faced with characters short on whimsy and bent towards treachery, Andi, Quinn, Fredrick and Dylan are forced into fairy tale roles to find the way home. But in Elorium, happily ever after is never guaranteed. 
And now for the cover…
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Janna is a Colorado based YA author who loves a good fairy tale. She’s married to her own real life Prince Charming, and will usually admit to being mom of three, including her incorrigible middle child, Benny. Besides wrangling her kids she can be found doing some therapeutic baking, dreaming of the ocean, and of course, curling up with a good book.
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Other Info
Cover Designed by: Erica Crouch (http://erica.patchwork-press.com)
Originally Published by: Patchwork Press, October 29th 2013

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  1. That is a GREAT cover!! I'm a slight cover-whore (and by slight, I mean HUGE) and this immediately caught my eye.

    I love fairytale retellings and books that mix old and new stories. Have you read Cinder? it's the first book in The Lunar Chronicles, which are modern retellings of old fairytales. They're SO well done, so if you like this sort of thing then you'll love

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    • Yes I have read those. I an a HUGE retelling fan. I love reading them, something about taking the fairytales we loved as a kid and reworking them is fascinating to me lol. (some rework it using the original stories that are not meant for children)
      If you like retelling you need to read the new one No Place like Oz by Danielle Paige (it's the prequel to Dorothy Must Die, it comes out on