Title: Thief of Cahraman
Series: Fairytales of Folkshore #1
Author’s Name: Lucy Tempest
Publisher: Forkshore Press
Genre: YA Fairytale Retelling
Page Count: 322 Pages
Author or Book Website: https://www.lucytempest.com/
Link to Amazon purchase page: Thief of Cahraman
Link to Goodreads: Thief of Cahraman
Release Date: N/A
How I Got the Book: Review Copy
Summary of the Book:
The Selection meets Aladdin
ONE MONTH. FIFTY CONTESTANTS. ONE PRINCE. AN IMPOSSIBLE HEIST.
You have been summoned to Sunstone Palace to compete in our search for the future Queen of Cahraman.
After years on the run, Adelaide thinks her lonely and dangerous life as a thief is finally over. But her world is upended when a witch steals her away to a faraway kingdom, to perform an impossible heist. If Adelaide fails, her newfound family would be sacrificed to a beast.
To complete her mission, she’s forced to assume the role of a noblewoman and enter a royal competition. The prize is the hand of the elusive Crown Prince. Elimination means certain death.
As the witch’s literal deadline approaches, Adelaide has one last gamble to save the day, and to escape to a new life with Cyrus, the handsome and mysterious fellow thief who stole her heart.
But everything falls apart when the prince finally reveals himself…
Fairytales of Folkshore is a series of interconnected fairytale retellings that starts with the Cahraman Trilogy. Ada’s story continues in PRINCE OF CAHRAMAN.
My Personal Review: I received a copy of this book for a fair and honest review. This book was a lot better than I heard. The characters and the storyline is very well written. Adelaide is a thief who has been living on the run and she is taken by a witch and forced into an impossible task. She is doing this to protect her new family and she has to put everything on the line including her life. She is in love with a fellow thief. She is competing in a contest to become the future queen. Her world is turned upside down when the mysterious prince makes himself known. Want to know what happened you are going to have to read it. It is great.
My Rating of the Book: 5 Stars