Free Download [Chick Lit Book] ☆ Mark of the Princess - by B.C. Morin ✓

By B.C. Morin | Comments: ( 976 ) | Date: ( Sep 22, 2019 )

The feisty and determined Princess Alannah is many things, but she never thought she would be the key to her people s destruction.Kidnapped for a power she does not yet possess, Alannah finds herself in the clutches of the most malevolent sorcerer of her time Maligo Alannah escapes her prison with help from the handsome and stalwart warrior fae, Brennus.Now she must crosThe feisty and determined Princess Alannah is many things, but she never thought she would be the key to her people s destruction.Kidnapped for a power she does not yet possess, Alannah finds herself in the clutches of the most malevolent sorcerer of her time Maligo Alannah escapes her prison with help from the handsome and stalwart warrior fae, Brennus.Now she must cross mountains and forests fraught with rogue faeries, vicious trolls, dangerous shape shifters, and to reach the only ones that can help her control her incoming powers The Elders.With Brennus by her side, Alannah is determined to reach the Elder Fae and save her people Maligo is just as determined she never makes it that far.


  • Title: Mark of the Princess
  • Author: B.C. Morin
  • ISBN: 9780985049003
  • Page: 383
  • Format: Nook

About Author:

B.C. Morin

Originally from Miami, Florida, award winning author B.C Morin now lives in Jacksonville, Florida with her husband, two children and American Bullhuahua, Max.When she s not writing her next paranormal romance, adult contemporary, or epic fantasy, she enjoys, spending time with her husband and kids, drinking wine and coffee not together, ew , pinning things she may not make on pinterest, making clay creations, and not writing her bio in the third person.Learn about B.C and her books on Instagram bcmorinauthor , her facebook author page, or Twitter BC_Morin.She loves to hear from readers, so write a message, leave a comment or ask a question



Comments Mark of the Princess

  • Sylvia

    I was elated and excited when I was given an ARC of this book from none other than the amazing author herself. I have eagerly awaited and anticipated its release, so to be given an opportunity to read it before everyone else was an honour and I am truly grateful. With that said, I really cannot say enough about this book. Fantastical, lyrical, mesmerising, captivating, engrossing, amazing and undeniably whimsical. These are just the few words that come to mind when I think of this book. It reads [...]


  • Annie Brewer

    Can't think straightew to come!!! :)OKAY, I finally have come up with words to form this review. But before I do, let me please start off by saying this. Barbie and I have become such good friends before I even read her book. She is an amazing person inside and out. I saw her writing skills before purchasing her book(she can write an ending to any book and make it better than how it was originally written) and all I could say was "DAMN THIS GIRL HAS GOT SOME MAD SKILLS"!!! I was mesmerized from [...]


  • Jeann (Happy Indulgence)

    This review has been cross-posted on my Happy Indulgence blog. Check it out for more reviews!Mark of the Princess is a whimsical fairy tale that reaches out and sucks you in to the enchanting world full of princes, faerie princesses, magic, trolls and other creatures.The story follows Princess Alannah, a feisty faerie destined to wield mysterious powers but has not learnt how to harness them yet. She’s accompanied by her supportive, demure sister Eveyette, but soon the two bump into two Prince [...]


  • Adriana

    I loved this book. It really makes you feel what the character is feeling and doing it really is like you are living the bookAlannah the princess is strong and fiesty and also very powerful but does still not know how to control it, after she gets kidnapped she meet the handsome and sexy Brennus who is covered in tattoos which means he is of great power and very well trained.gether they travel to find the elder faries who will help Alannah control her powers Feeled with action with just the righ [...]


  • Erin

    Oh, boy, so I'm still trying to calm down from the shocking ending to this as I'm writing! I flew through this book, there was so much action, suspense, romancel of the things I love about fantasy stories!! I'm pretty sure this is the first series about faeries that I've ever read, or the others just weren't memorable! Morin created a beautiful world with beautiful characters, and I loved getting sucked into itFirst off, I loved Alannah! I hate weak heroines, and she anything but; a bit naive to [...]


  • Brooke (The Cover Contessa)

    Wow, this was a ride, that is for sure! I have not read many fairy books, so this was a kind of introduction for me and it was well worth the read. BC Morin has created a world that sucks you in and takes you on a ride! The story and characters were mesmerizing. The backdrop was beautiful. The plot was intenseFirst I need to talk about the cover. WOW! I just love this cover. So much that, not only did I buy the ebook, but I ordered the print version from BC because I just had to have a copy of t [...]


  • Sonali

    See my review on reviewbuzzz/20First I would like to thank the author for providing me with the book. It was very generous of her and I feel extremely honored to be given the chance to write a review for her much acclaimed ‘The Kingdom Chronicles’ series.This book was totally enchanting, the plot fantastical and the characters bewitching. Sometimes I used to get so enthralled reading it that I felt like I was part of the plot. I love when stories make you feel like you are part of the book!T [...]


  • AshleyNicole Shelton

    Warning: Possible Spoilers to early plot points:This novel has strong characters, the detail is so great you can see the fae markings, the lands they travel in, and the creatures they come across. With complex personalities you have to really get to know the characters and get the chance every sentence that you read. With love triangles. adventure, magic, and so much more, you will not want to put this book down and when it ends you want to call the author herself and ask her to finish writing t [...]


  • Sydney Skittleson

    This was an amazing book. I'm not sure where to start! Well first off, the characters were well developed as was the story and plot itself. It was a riveting struggle between good and evil. You have Alannah, this stunning princess of the Kingdom of Meira. She's living her like without a care in the world. She wants to be free to roam and do as she please but her father is restraining because he fears for her life. Once she goes missing, the Kingdom of Meira as well as the surrounding kingdoms go [...]


  • Ramonelle Hiteroza

    I AM SO IN LOVE WITH THIS BOOK. The story is so engrossing that I found myself completely sucked in right from the part where Alannah was kidnapped until the very end. Here, the story is not just focused on one charater but almost to every onbe of them including the villains, which I liked so much. I really loved all the characters because they're so unique on their own ways. Alannah, who was naive at first found herself grown into a mature woman as the story progressed. Evy, also proved herself [...]


  • Tina

    I really loved this book. Every chapter was full of action, mystery and add in a bit of romance and I was hooked. I highly recommend this book. It brought out an emotional response from me. I am sitting on the edge of my seat waiting for the next book in this series. Read it, I dare you and enjoy!


  • Janis Marks-kirkman

    Totally enjoyed this book, great read, now on to book 2. Thanks B.C. Morin ❤


  • Lexie

    Princess Allanah is a fairy teenager who has a knack for getting into trouble, which endears her to readers almost immediately. As she escapes one day to simply be alone she finds herself literally running smack dab into another fairy. Little does she know that he is Prince Kaleb from another kingdom and their lives are soon to be intertwined more than she could have ever imagined. As she is going back to the palace she is nearly kidnapped by a servant of Maligo (an evil fairy that has been stri [...]


  • Lolita

    WHAH…WHAH, NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO…THIS IS GREAT I LOVE THIS BOOK.In summary:Alannah is a faeries princess of Meira. Every fearie got a mark tells them what their special power would be, but Alannah doesn’t know what her power is, nobody does. One day she meets a prince called Kaleb. He likes her, and she feels the same. Then they meet again, discovering that both of them are princes. Alannah gets kidnapped by a sorcerer called maligo. He is [...]


  • Renuka

    Wow. I really, really, enjoyed this book. I’ve been reading bunches of dystopia lately, so it was great to read some pure, unadulterated fantasy. The characters were great, the plot was awesome, and the romance just got better as it progressed. There were a few issues here and there, but hey, when it’s good, it’s good. The Plot: Now this was unusual in a number of ways. So we’ve got the fierce Princess Alannah, who hates being cooped up and is constantly trying to avoid her bodyguards; h [...]


  • Ariel

    Mark of the Princess was a book that I requested to read and review basically because I wanted to find a fae book that I truly enjoyed. This book was very slow to start and it was hard for me to continue reading. I guess mainly because the writing style was a style I wasn’t used to reading. It was written as a narrative rather than a POV, which is more of what I enjoy. As for character development, it was so so. Brennus, whom you meet half way, is my favorite. Smart, cocky, funny, arrogant wit [...]


  • Faye, la Patata

    The author sent me a copy of her book in exchange for an honest review. This did not influence my review in any way.Let me just start off by saying that I love faeries. They're one of my favorite paranormal figures out there and I would never, ever get tired of them. I also associate them with elves, and they're often the characters I pick in fantasy-themed MMOs. Knowing the nature of this book was about a work of faeries and powers and good vs. evil, I was looking forward to reading it a lot. H [...]


  • Carly Wallace

    Hello y'all Anne here with my review for The Kingdom Chronicles: Mark Of The Princess, this was an amazing book to read. B.C. Morin has the kind of imagination that takes you away to a land of 5 kingdoms all full to the brim with Faeries. Each forest has its own special breed of fae unique to its particular needs and the author holds back no detail in showing each and every race and their special powers. I loved that the fae are born bearing marks that tell them the potential they will carry and [...]


  • Ashley Byland

    First of all I want to thank B.C. for sending us this book to read and review. This story had a lot of things that I enjoyed and some things that I didn't. First off, I am not a huge fan of love triangles. I didn't know there was one in this book, but as soon as we were introduced to Brennus, I knew right away there was going to be conflict. Let me just say though, I am full on Team Brennus. Nothing against Kaleb, but Brennus is just sexy! Just his personality alone makes him sexy. Okay so aside [...]


  • Splash Of Our Worlds *Yiota*

    4.5 stars - Reviewed by NinaWhen I first saw the book, I knew I had to have it, or at least read it. I fall in love with the cover and I have to admit, I've never read a fea story before. So when I asked Boss, aka Yiota, she was kind enough to provide a copy for me.Good things: The story flows. It has rich vocabulary, almost poetic but not difficult at all, it actually reminded me of all the synomys I was learning last year, most of which I've already forgot. The book was balanced. Kissing scene [...]


  • Tracey (Life and Literature)

    I first heard about this book way back before it was published and I lapped up all of the photo teasers that the author would post on her facebook page. The premise of the story really appealed to me but it was the visual teasers that really got me interested.Mark of the Princess took me a little while to get into. For me, there seemed to be an abundance of characters and the chapters or portions of chapters at the beginning of the book seemed to be quite short. At around the 20% mark it was lik [...]


  • BeLoved Book Reviews

    The Market the Princess will take you on a magical journey, you be sucked into a world full of the Adventure and Romance.Alannah is the fairie Princess from the Kingdom of Meira, all she wants is for her powers to come in and to have some time to herself. While sneeking away to have a moment alone she runs into a handsome stranger who stood ready to defend her,when he thinks she is being chaced.They talk for a little and on her way back she gets attack just as she finds her guards Xavier and Gee [...]


  • Autumn

    I was given this book from the author to give an honest review.What an amazing faerie story. I have read books about faeries before but in this book I was amazed, on how B.C. Morin was able to weave the plot and make everything come together. With love triangles, adventure, fighting,good faeries, good creatures, evil faeries, evil creatures, good magic, along with evil and dark magic everything came together. B.C. Morin has a wonderful imagination that she was able to weave 5 faerie kingdoms tha [...]


  • Jonel Boyko

    While writing this enchanting tale Morin created an entirely new and extremely vivid world for her characters to live in. This faerie realm is very different from most other depictions of fae. There are some similarities, but Morin has gone out of her way to allow her readers to see her vision of this faerie realm. This extraordinary world combines with the adventure that the characters find themselves on to make you feel like you are immersed in the faerie kingdoms, fighting alongside them. The [...]


  • Elise

    This book was incredible. It was original, fun, had an engaging plot and deep, fun characters that you could relate to. The plot was about a princess named Alannah who was born with a strange mark that no one knows who it is. In this book the marks show the powers of the faeries they are on. The ones they have from birth are the powers they are born with and then they can still gain marks by learning a power they were not born with. I thought this concept was new and fun. Her sister Evyette has [...]


  • Kara

    I finally had the chance to read Mark of the Princess and I had the pleasure of seeing a beautiful world that debut author B.C. has brilliantly created. Despite some weaknesses in the story, I so enjoyed reading about these fae creatures and their unique features, both physically and in the use of their magic skills. My favorite character was the villain because he was accurately described, desperate, constantly seeking new ways to impart his vengeance, but he didn’t scare me or surprise me. H [...]


  • Stephanie

    The rave reviews for this book were everywhere and I had high expectations going in and I was not disappointed instantly swept into an amazing story of Love, Dark magic, Secrets and dangerous forest adventures. The flow from one point of view to another was written so seamlessly I didn't even notice at first. I was very impressed with the writing it was so well done I just loved it. There was so much drama and excitement right off the bat and it continued at a fantastic pace throughout the whole [...]


  • Tina

    Enjoyed it! Loved it! You just can't put it down, and when I finished it I just craved for more.I enjoyed the story from page one to the end. I find the beginning of the story so refreshing and engaging- it will already show you a glimpse of all the adventures you will experience. The cliffhanger made my cry but I wouldn't have it any other way!! The characters, which are wonderful fairies by the way, took me with them- to their journeys to different kingdoms, battles, chases; they made me exper [...]


  • Victoria Rapaglia

    An excellent tale of Princess Alannah and Princess Evyette as they are taken on a journey that will soon have them discovering themselves and what they are destined to be. As Alannah tries to not worry about her powers that havent surfaced to the threat on her life by Maligo to her finding prince Kaleb and Brennus who has captived her heart. Alannah's powers awakening and trying to learn to control them. Evyette was abandoned as an infant not knowing who her parents were she was raised as Alanna [...]


  • Jessica McQuay

    4.5 StarsMark of the Princess is a beautiful, enchanting story. I immediately took to the main character, Princess Alannah. She is adventurous, fun, thoughtful and intelligent. A perfect mix for a Princess and a novel heroine. ;-)But I have to say that my love (and my crush) was totally for Brennus. And I knew right away when he was introduced that not only was he about to become the third person in the soon to be love triangle, but the man that captured and stole my heart. He was strong, smart, [...]


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