BLOG TOUR: The Violet Fox
by: Clare C. Marshall
“Because I realized… I don’t care if you are a Freetor. I don’t even care that you… that you are the Violet Fox.” He touched his scarred lip. “I care only for you”
Fifteen-year-old Kiera Driscoll along with other Freetors; her people that lives in the underground; such as her brother Rordan and her friend Laoise, joins The Fighters to help the Freetors to get food and other goods as they were poor, with hunger and cast away by the Marlenian; those who live in the surface; the result of a war that “ended” two hundred years ago, but the hate and issues were far from done.
Kiera steals by bein The Violet Fox; a young woman that uses a violet cape and mask; sneaking in every corner without being caught; but everything changes when she gets the chance to be face-to-face with young and charming Prince Keegan and while fighting to steal one of his brooch that could help those starving down there, but just when she decides to flee she gives him “the violet fox kiss”; a cut in his beautiful face and goes away with her brother. Her life changed when The Council of Elders requested her presence for a secret mission: she has to disguise herself as one of the noblewoman in search of the “love” of the Prince; as he has come to age of marriage; and retrieve something that belonged to the Freetors… is everything true?
Come and uncover the mysteries in this amazing story of Kiera Driscoll!
My thoughts: (SPOILER ALERT!)
Such a wonderful story; I loved Kiera and the Prince. This story showed me how thought life really is; about hunger, being poor, how rich people spend their money in useless things, cruelty; but also about loyalty and love. I have to say that I adored Prince Keegan since I “met” him. He observed and choosed depending on what he really saw, not only the surface; and I know he felt in love with her at “first” glance and he was truly a gentleman. Can’t wait to see what happens next! this really was such a good adventure story and really, I enjoyed the love parts. Thanks to the author for giving me her book to read it and write a review which I am so HAPPY to do so!
Clare Marshall grew up in rural Nova Scotia with very little television and dial up internet, and yet, she turned out okay. She has a combined honours degree in journalism and psychology from the University of King’s College, and is a graduate from Humber College’s Creative Book Publishing Program. She founded Woulds & Shoulds Editing and Design in 2010 for self-published authors and businesses looking for quality editing and design services. She enjoys publishing books through her publishing imprint, Faery Ink Press, and released her first novella, Within in 2011. When she’s not writing, she enjoys playing the fiddle and making silly noises at cats.