Anwen of Primewood

Anwen of Primewood

Title:Anwen of Primewood
ISBN:9781523755981
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:396 pages

Gypsies are trouble. Handsome princes may be worse. All her life, Anwen's father has told her to avoid the gypsies that travel through the kingdoms of Elden, but it isn't until Anwen is robbed and deserted by Dimitri, a handsome gypsy prince, that she is forced to accept the wisdom of her father's words. Now Anwen must find Dimitri's troupe and take back her family's greatest treasure-the changeling stone. The first place to search for Dimitri is in Lauramore, where the largest marriage tournament in over a decade is drawing in hundreds of traveling performers. While posing as a tambourine girl, Anwen meets Galinor, a melancholy prince who is having a rough month himself. After a little cajoling, Anwen convinces the prince to help her retrieve the changeling stone. Joined by a ragtag party of royals, they set out on a seemingly simple mission, but soon the pair faces complications in the form of stolen horses, mischievous fairies, and a dark creature that stalks them through the forest. Despite the odds against them, the hardest task in front of Anwen may be tending Galinor's broken pride-and trying not to fall head over heels for him. Because gypsies are certainly trouble, but handsome princes may be worse...


    Anwen of Primewood Reviews

  • Michelle

    So, if you weren't already in love with Galinor from Pippa, hold on to your hats people. You will be ready to marry him by the end of this book. We see a completely different side of him. On to the st...

  • Camille

    Despite loving the first two books in the Eldentimber series, I was quite disappointed in Anwen of Primewood. The story meandered and consisted of almost nothing but a long-winded and ultimately point...

  • Aimee (Getting Your Read On)

    I slipped this one in this holiday weekend, curled myself up in the big cozy chair and didn't move for hours. It was lovely. I was so anxious to read this book I just couldn't help myself.This is the ...

  • Hollie

    ~3.5 stars~This is my 2nd book to read in this series, and like the 1st it was a simple and pretty easy coming of age romance. Had a very PG feel to it but that didn’t take away from the story. I re...

  • ChattyChihuahua

    I really loved this book, even though I thought it had a lot of sadness tangled up in it. It was a lovely read with adorable romance and a pretty great ending. This book really grew on me after I real...

  • Patrick Hodges

    In Shari Tapscott's first book, "Pippa of Lauramore", we were introduced to a vast array of colorful characters that inhabit a medieval, magical landscape that includes sword fights, castles, chivalry...

  • Kerri

    I didn't much care for this installment in the series. I love Anwen's name, I like that she's very different from Pippa, and I like seeing a different side of Galinor. I found Dimitri confusing, howev...

  • Katy

    After reading Pippa's and Grace's story, I was anxious to read Anwen's too. At first I was a little nervous, because it took a while to love Anwen's character, since she started out doing something re...

  • Heather

    Gypsy is a racial slur but I guess the writing is goodIf you know anything about the Romani people, you'd know that Europe has been demonizing them for literally hundreds of years, and their dehumaniz...

  • Caitlin

    Sorry, but no.I read the first book and was surprised at how much I liked it, so I splurged and got this one immediately and was quite disappointed. More than anything, it was like a story of a handfu...