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To be a Fae Guardian (Realm Chronicles Book 2) by Tricia Copeland
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Genre – young adult, fantasy, paranormal
Page Count – 364 pages
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Titania defeats a group of creatures threatening to colonize Middle Earth. In ending them she broke not one but two edicts of the High Council. But justice may fall on the only person holding the key to her ability to defend the fae.
The evil spirits manifesting the terrorists lurk below, lying in wait to strike again. With loss of a much-needed ally, she lacks freedom to learn what the realm may be facing. Worse yet, many, even some most trusted compatriots, distance themselves from the reckless Queen she’s painted to be.
Her power shackled and left alone, Titania loses faith in her once clear path.
Can she find her footing in time to save them all from eternal darkness?
To Be a Fae Guardian is the second book in the Realm Chronicles series, continuing a magical journey into the realm of Middle Earth. If you like dauntless heroines, you’ll love Tricia Copeland’s gripping fantasy.
Get To be a Fae Guardian to spiral into a new world.

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Kingdom of Embers (Kingdom Journals Book 1) by Tricia Copeland – Review by Corine Lombardi

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Kingdom of Embers (Kingdom Journals – Volume 1)
By: Tricia Copeland
Pages: 334
Genre:Fantasy & Young Adult

If you are a fan of The Vampire Academy Series then this is the book for you.
This is my favorite genre, you can never go wrong with an amazing young adult series.
Finally we have true originality a story of a half vampire half witch.
I love a good hybrid, very L.J Smith with a high school trope.
Five stars and this is a keeper.
You have a kid that doesn’t fit in, and what is she going to do about her powers.
Now this is just book one of this series and Copeland does not disappoint.
Give me more! Copeland is giving Cassandra Clare a run for her money with this.
As a collector I am not letting this series slip away.

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Kingdom of Embers by Tricia Copeland – review by Ashley Glover

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I am now obsessed with Tricia Copeland! This is the second book I have read that she has written and I am just as happy with this one as the first one! Tricia really knows how to build a world and get you invested in a story! I cannot get enough and am so excited to read more of her work! So yes I recommend this book and just this author in general!

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Kingdom of Embers (Kingdom Journals Book 1) by Tricia Copeland – Review by Melissa Collins

Kingdom of Embers (Kingdom Journals #1)Kingdom of Embers by Tricia Copeland
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I’ve drifted away from YAs because the teenage drama isn’t relatable for me. Even when I was a teen it was still hard to relate to because I always thought the characters were just immature. But Alena is a well developed mature character that I can actually empathize. The story takes paranormal to a different place with the main character being a hybrid witch/vamp. Very fun read and can’t wait to read the 2nd book.

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Kingdom of Embers (Kingdom Journals Book 1) by Tricia Copeland – Review by Jeannie Anderson

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

“Kingdom of Embers: Extended Finale” (Kingdom Journals Book 1) by Tricia Copeland – Review by Jeannie Anderson

I love the worlds that Tricia Copeland fabricates, as they are pure magic. I adored the heroine, Alena, from page one, although all of the characters are extremely rich and intriguing. Alena, for only being seventeen, is an extremely mature and well rounded character. The attention to detail in the realm building process and story development is phenomenal! I cannot wait to read the next installment in Alena and Hunter’s story.

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Kingdom of Embers (Kingdom Journals Book 1) by Tricia Copeland – Review by April McCoy

Kingdom of Embers (Kingdom Journals #1)Kingdom of Embers by Tricia Copeland
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Kingdom of embers was truly a masterpiece. While I think any young adult would love it some of us not so young adults are here for it totally! So well written and imaginative! I couldn’t get enough nor could I put it down! This book was incredible and the plot was to die for! Great job! Highly reccomend!

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Kingdom of Embers (Kingdom Journals Book 1) by Tricia Copeland – Review by Tatyana Turley

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

My rating 4 out of 5 stars

Copeland takes us through the life of a vampire witch hybrid in this first book of the Kingdom Journals. The new take on vampires is refreshing. The story is descriptive and detailed with suspense on every page! A wonderful read for those looking for a fresh supernatural romance.

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Kingdom of Embers (Kingdom Journals Book 1) by Tricia Copeland – Review by Jamie Zabolotney

Kingdom of Embers (Kingdom Journals #1)Kingdom of Embers by Tricia Copeland
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I seriously got into this book! What do you get when you cross a witch and a vampire? A recipe for a very strange senior year of highschool. Alenda Scott isn’t like other girls but has to appear that way in order to fly under the radar. Her mother, the Queen of the vampires, is overprotective and doesn’t allow her daughter too many freedoms and isn’t allowed to date. Enter several boys who would like to hold the position of boyfriend.

Alena is a very strong willed character who knows her own mind. She trains hard at her mother’s request but she is ready to push the boundaries of what she is allowed to do.

She meets Nick, a new boy at her school who is interested in her but she isn’t sure where her feelings lie with him. Hunter is her imaginary friend from childhood who turns out to be a real person. Sparks fly between the two of them.

I look forward to future installments by Tricia Copeland.

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Kingdom of Embers (Kingdom Journals Book 1) by Tricia Copeland – Review by Amber Day

Kingdom of Embers (Kingdom Journals #1)Kingdom of Embers by Tricia Copeland
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is the first time that I can recall that I have read Ms. Copeland. I am a fan of both Vampire Diaries and Mortal Instruments so this book caught my attention based on that comparison. I had so happy that it lived up to it and more. My heart went out to Alena and was excited to see her grow as a character. I don’t even have the words to talk about her “imaginary friend” Chase. This book kept me captivated the whole through and was definitely worth the read if you enjoyed the other two series that it was compared to.

 

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Kingdom of Embers: Extended Finale (Kingdom Journals #1) by Tricia Copeland-Review by Amanda Kimble

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

5/5 Stars

Kingdom of Embers: Extended Finale (Kingdom Journals #1) by Tricia Copeland

Not the first read by Copeland. Kingdom of Embers is a great start of a new series. Alena and Chase are amazing and I can’t wait for the next book.

Alena is a hybrid and isn’t sure what exactly she’s supposed to be doing. She goes to school with the humans and isn’t allowed to mingle with others. She sees someone who she thinks is an imaginary friend she made up in her mind. The quote I chose for Alena is: “Does she remember what it’s like to be a teenager? Can I get a replacement for her? Or at least a refund?”

Chase sees Alena and waits until the next time he sees her. He asks the hardest question about Ivy. They start hanging out but her mom doesn’t know. The quote I chose for Chase is: “Do you think about her often? I hadn’t thought about you since kindergarten. Mom said I cried for weeks.”

Highly recommended for YA Fantasy lovers.

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