The Masquerade, an Altar, & a Fairy

The Masquerade an Altar a Fairy Frustrated with her extravagant duties as a Summer fairy Sidelle Amistad is desperate to prove she can be than a petty princess The accidental capture of Winter fairy Finnegan looks like the ideal

  • Title: The Masquerade, an Altar, & a Fairy
  • Author: Kristin D. Van Risseghem
  • ISBN: 9781943207015
  • Page: 457
  • Format: Paperback
  • Frustrated with her extravagant duties as a Summer fairy, Sidelle Amistad is desperate to prove she can be than a petty princess The accidental capture of Winter fairy, Finnegan, looks like the ideal opportunity until Sidelle and Finnegan fall in love.Knowing her love for Finnegan is forbidden, a heartbroken Sidelle searches for deeper meaning in her eternal existencFrustrated with her extravagant duties as a Summer fairy, Sidelle Amistad is desperate to prove she can be than a petty princess The accidental capture of Winter fairy, Finnegan, looks like the ideal opportunity until Sidelle and Finnegan fall in love.Knowing her love for Finnegan is forbidden, a heartbroken Sidelle searches for deeper meaning in her eternal existence Her pain leads her on a quest to help the humans in a desperate fight against Hell itself.

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    1. Kristin D. Van Risseghem

      JOIN MY EXCLUSIVE VIP LIST kristinvanrisseghem neUSA Today bestselling and Award Winning, Kristin D Van Risseghem grew up in a small town along the Mississippi River with her parents and older sister Currently, Kristin lives in Minnesota with her husband and two Calico cats She also loves attending book clubs, going shopping, and hanging out with friends She has come to realize that she absolutely has an addiction to purses and shoes They are her weakness and probably has way too many of both.In the summer months, Kristin can usually be found lounging on her boat, drinking an ice cold something Being an avid reader of YA and Women s Literature stories, she still finds time to read a ton of books in between writing And in the winter months, her main goal is to stay warm from the Minnesota cold Kristin s books are published by Kasian Publishing LLC.

    772 thoughts on “The Masquerade, an Altar, & a Fairy”

    1. This book was a fun quick read for me. I enjoyed the character of Sidelle. I enjoyed this book very much. * I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review*

    2. I was hooked by this mythical fantasy in the first few pages. Wrapped up in a land where fairies and other fantastical creatures dwelled was quite an entertaining story. When the summer fairy Sidelle, meets the Winter Prince, Finnegan, sparks didn't happen to fly right away. It was a long friendship which ripened over many seasons and then grew to a great love. But a forbidden love. Then the Author, Ms. Risseghem takes our main character Sidelle on a time travel through centuries with humans. An [...]

    3. Risseghem never fails to entertain me. We got to meet Sidelle earlier in the first book of this series, but it works amazingly well as a standalone. I was so happy to see more of Sidelle's backstory and see the extent of her character development up to the point until the first book began.I really admire when an author can make a book stand totally by itself and still have it tie so intricately with the overall "big picture" of the series; reading this book didn't feel at all like a sidestory, a [...]

    4. Sidelle is a princess, in line for the crownbut fairies live forever so she has time to find her place in lifea chance meeting in the forest leads her to fall in love with the enemybut Sidelle has a bigger purposend the Redeemera female child born to save the world Will she accomplish this task set forth by the Archangel Micheal? This really captivated me and I cannot wait to see what happens next!! I was really rooting for her to fall in love with her prince but the twist of sending her out int [...]

    5. This is Sidelle's story from before she met Zoe and her friends in the main story. It gives us a preview of what Princess Sidelle was like as she grew up and the sheltered life she had at home in her father's castle in fairyland. When Sidelle goes out to explore one day in the forest she comes upon a fairy who is in hiding, after exchanging a few words they part company and she goes back to the castle to find that the winter fairy that was presiding over the exchange of the scepter marking the c [...]

    6. Okay, so I'm a cover hound so I tend to talk about book covers a lot. Honestly, while I think the cover works for the story, it isn't my favourite cover or what I'd have selected for the story. However, it does fit the story, so I'll move along.The book started out like a certain Disney animated movie that I won't mention :-) (which I loved BTW), so I enjoyed the read and the journey into Fairyland and experiencing the romance blossom between Sidelle and Finnegan and an unexpected trip into our [...]

    7. Cute story. This novella explores fairy society through the eyes of Sidelle and provides her background prior to her appearance in the book "The Guardian, a Sword, & Stilettos." For me, things came too easily for Sidelle. She has some cool fairy powers, however, learning new things was just too convenient for her. There were few insights into her personal growth because she got "insta-knowledge" or "insta-skills" by touching something or someone. Additionally, Sidelle comes off a bit immatur [...]

    8. I've never read a book about fairies before and was surprised how much I liked it. I haven't yet read the Enlighten series, but it's now on my kindle calling out to me. Fairies never die - which can lead some to believe it's a meaningless existence. Sidella is the Summer Fairy princess, but she's tired of endless parties and events. She wants to do more with her life. Falling in love isn't what she means by that, but it happens. Only, her love is forbidden. It's not an obstacle that can be overc [...]

    9. The romance between Sidelle and Finnegan was so sweet. A slow burning love grew between them, even though it was forbidden.Ms. Van Risseghem took us on quite an adventure, dealing with fairies, humans, and other mystical creatures which will remain nameless. I loved the way Sidelle became a kick ass fairy during her stay in the human world. I enjoyed the way the author added human history and put a paranormal slant on how it occurred.This is not a stand-alone novella. There were a lot of loose e [...]

    10. I think that the book itself could be read without even reading the main book, because all of the details and even the additional info is mentioned in this small novella. The star rating says everything that needs to be done about this series. Not to mention I've noticed another book had come out recently! I think it's about the Winter fairy this time, and I took liking in that cheeky male, bring it on!(Read the full review here)

    11. I'll be honest, nothing in chapter one made me want to carry on reading; it was a bit too petulant and predictable. I mean, brooding, "different" girls were cool ten years ago, but I'm a little bit bored of it. But the more I read, the more intrigued I was. I'm not fond of the main character who stayed rather one dimensional and the story was a bit stagnant/uneventful/unsurprising, but the world around it were enchanting.

    12. ARC: Loved the fun, whimsical character Sidelle! The novella gives a great prequal history of the Summer Fairy and how she became the snarky fairy I grew to love in the main book of the series (The Guardian, a Sword, & Stilettos). Perfect love interest with the bad-boy fairy and by the end of the story how Sidelle overcame her lost love to focus on her mission.

    13. I just loved Sidelle! It was nice to get her back story and I could see why I'm not the only one who loves this character. It's evident that the author loved writing about her. Thoroughly enjoyed the story!!

    14. Received a complimentary copy in exchange for an honest review.Loved it. A very fun read. We meet Sidelle in the Guardian, a sword and Stilettos and what a ball of fun she is. I loved that we get to see another side to her in her own book. A must read by this author

    15. I received a free copy of this book for a honest Review. This book was good. Loved Sidelle she was a fun quirky character. Loved that she was a different Fairy. Loved the story. Read the book after this on and it was fantastic.

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