Before Midnight by Cameron Dokey – “ONCE UPON A TIME” IS TIMELESS Etienne de Brabant is brokenhearted. His wife has died in childbirth, leaving him . Journey to faraway fairy tale lands with atmospheric retellings of three beloved tales. Before Midnight revisits Cinderella’s story in France, Golden puts a new. Read Before Midnight by Cameron Dokey and Mahlon F. Craft by Cameron Dokey and Mahlon F. Craft by Cameron Dokey, Mahlon F. Craft for free with a 30 day.

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At times the circumstances and language borders on Gothic melodrama: The first half of the book was pretty good in cameroon of pacing midnnight towards the end of the book things felt rushed and I feel bad for this little book.

Get to Know Us. I am not able to choose a favourite out of these three cause they were each my favourite at the point i was reading them.

I did like the Prince, but there just wasn’t time for me to love him like I wanted to.

In Golden, Rapunzel is bald. Anastasia really surprised me when she got on Cendrillon’s good side. Like the author, I too wondered what kind of father would allow a step mother to come in and turn his daughter into a servant, and because of this always rather liked the Disney cartoon version first movie I ever saw in a theater as a child that left Cinderella an orphan.


She was fearless and would do anything for her family. I cannot wait until Kissed, another by Cameron full of more stories, comes out in !

Once: Before Midnight/Golden/Wild Orchid

Share your thoughts with other customers. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their minight. The political intrigue and the father being the main antagonist in the story were really great, but also the overall message of the story was really great.

They become really close and I loved seeing such a strong relationship between a father and daughter. Email required Address never made public.

Some parts were just confusin Reviews also on our site: Now on to Golden. Cindi’s father, a rich nobleman, returns from a journey, bringing a baby boy with him. I really also loved Rapunzel.

Before Midnight: A Retelling of Cinderella

Well, Rapunzel is one of my favourite characters and I felt very dismayed that she was quite completely stripped of the identity she was given in the Brothers Grimm’s version. Sep 06, Kayla Stickney rated it really liked it Shelves: This Mulan had a very different home life than the Disney movie, and she was a girl determined to be herself, which included knowing archery, reading and writing and even some sword play – but to learn those things from her best friend, Li Po, she also had to master the more feminine arts as well – and she did.

This one seems to be the favourite of most but I find myself disappointed. Love at first sight, I thought. Cameron has one husband and three cats, and is th Cameron Dokey is an American author living in Seattle, Washington. Her choice will lead La Cendrillon and Raoul toward their destiny — a choice that will challenge their understanding of family, test their loyalty and courage, and, ultimately, teach them who they are.


So I am happy to say that I got the chance to reread these favorites of mine in the Omnibus that is “Once. Want to Read saving…. I had fun reading all three tales Apr 26, Clare Holman-Hobbs rated it did not like it Shelves: Read the story yourselves. The magic that Melisande processed was also unique and how it effected the events of the story.

That is truly amazing, I would want to experience that someday. Rachel Mix Cendrillon longs to have her father’s love and know about her best friend Raoul’s past. There’s a war that doesn’t seem to go anywhere.

Once: Before Midnight/Golden/Wild Orchid by Cameron Dokey

It was soooo good! I read it while I was horribly sick and needed a distraction.

This is post originally on my blog Vivian’s Book Pavilion http: I read these stories out of order.