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Waiting On Wednesday: Heroesville by Cassie James - The Daughter of Prince Charming...Holy Cow!

"Waiting On" Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted at Breaking the Spine , that spotlights upcoming releases that we're eagerly anticipating. Check them out for links to more blogs! :)

This week's pre-publication "can't wait to read" selection is...
On her seventeenth birthday, Hanna Blake finds herself transported to a magical land called Heroesville. It is a land where fairy tale characters exist. Admist a war between the lands of Heroes and Villains, Hanna is revealed to be the daughter of Prince Charming and an unknown witch before he met Snow White. She is made a princess of Heroesville despite Snow White and her two daughters swearing to make her life miserable. Hanna soon finds out that Heroesville is not as it seems. Underneath the beauty and peace, Evil lurks and the war between the heroes and the villains is about to reach a higher level. Desperate to leave this strange land, Hanna runs away and embarks on a quest to find her way back to her world and learning how to weild her strange magic. On her way, she meets a Villain prince Johnathan, who makes her doubt everything she knows about Heroesville and a female fairy Pea whose humor and loyalty keeps Hanna going. With her two companions aiding her quest with their different agenda's in mind, Hanna is about to discover a secret that will change the life of everyone she loves.

A girl who gets transported into a magical land and finds out she's the daughter of Prince Charming?!? This book...I NEED YOU!

What's your Waiting On Wednesday pick this week?

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