Imperfect (#1)

Imperfect is 0.99 on all e-retailers. Imperfect is the first novella in the Disappeared series. It’s clean historical romance with a fantasy twist. Think Jane Austen meets Narnia!

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Reviews:

“I enjoyed this immensely. It’s imaginative, compelling, and so magical, and it left me wanting more.” – Steph, blogger at Bella’s Bookshelves

Imperfect met and exceeded my expectations. I can’t wait to see where Bronwyn Kienapple will take the characters next. It’s going to be interesting, definitely a summer must read.” – Josselyn, blogger at Chapter 5

Synopsis: England, 1813. Lady Theodosia feels she has no choice but to marry a man she doesn’t love. That is until she stumbles into a different universe — an astonishing, mystical forest inhabited by the Nextic, a peaceful people who live close to nature.

Ahuil is fiercely independent until he meets Theodosia. Cut off from his own people, he nurses a dark secret. But in Theodosia he sees someone he can trust … and love.

As her visits to his universe become more frequent, Theodosia is convinced she’s found paradise. But a great change is coming to Ahuil’s world. Half-beings roam the ruins of an unknown civilization and a growing mist appears to be preparing to wipe out his people — forever.

Torn between her family and a profound love, Theodosia is haunted by a question she cannot shake — in the face of terrible danger, how much is she willing to risk for love?

Two imperfect worlds. One unlikely romance. An impossible choice.

Imperfect takes you on an incredible journey that spans Regency England and a fantasy world unlike any you’ve ever imagined. Embrace the power of love and the yearning to be known in this tale of an irresistible heroine and the man who loves her, despite everything.

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