High in the Transylvanian woods, at the castle Piscul Draculi, live five daughters and their doting father. It's an idyllic life for Jena, the second eldest, who spends her time exploring the mysterious forest with her constant companion, a most unusual frog. But best by far is the castle's... read more
“Mess and mend. Lose and find. Change and change again. The solution was right at your fingertips, and you never saw it, Jena. Now it's moving farther away every day. Best wake up soon, or it'll be beyond your reach.”Draguta
“It suddenly seemed urgent to speak to him before Full Moon, to be able to prove to Tati that happy endings were possible in real life, as in tales. If I sorted out my own problem I thought, the solution to my sister's might fall into place, too. There was no great logic to this. After all, I was the one who had refused to recognize true love when it was no farther away than my own pocket.”Jena
“Tatiana.” “Jenica.” “Iulia.” “Paula.” “Stela.”Highlighted by 3 Kindle customers
though its real name was prettier: Tǎul Ielelor, Lake of the Nymphs.Highlighted by 3 Kindle customers
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