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When Addy is swept back in time she couldn't be happier to leave her miserable life behind Now she's mistaken for Lady Matilda the pampered ward of the king If Addy can play her part she'll have glorious gowns jewels and somet. In her own time 1913 Addy Morrow is the daughter of a seamstress She was born out of wedlock and the girls at school treat her horribly for it One day Addy snaps and g

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Hing she's always longed for the respect and admiration of others But then she meets Will the falconer's son with sky blue eyes who unsettles all her plans From shipwrecks to castle dungeons from betrothals to hidden conspirac. Warning Rant aheadIt started off OK but I ended up really not liking it I am soooo tired of those stories of poor me I m so picked on there is nothing good in life bla

Emily Whitman ↠ 4 review

Ies Addy finds herself in a world where she's not the only one with a dangerous secret When she discovers the truth Addy must take matters into her own hands The stakes Her chance at true love and the life she's meant to live.. I had a cup of coffee as I reached the half way mark of this book which naturally set my heart racing and got me all jittery So there s a chance some of my enthusiasm


10 thoughts on “Wildwing

  1. says:

    In her own time 1913 Addy Morrow is the daughter of a seamstress She was born out of wedlock and the girls at school treat her horribly for it One day Addy snaps and gets suspended from her all girls school for pun

  2. says:

    The idea of this book is what intrigued me It's a historical setting within a historical setting Okay let me explain thatWe have this 15 year o

  3. says:

    I was entranced Up till now that I had put down my Android phone I’m still faze by the time I spent reading this book I can imagine my own self getting curious by the locked room opening it hearing the door creaked open after fifteen years and discovering a lid revealing a time machine inside Up till now I still haven’t recovered on the

  4. says:

    Warning Rant aheadIt started off OK but I ended up really not liking it I am soooo tired of those stories of poor me I'm so picked on there is nothing good in life blah blah blah And instead of having some sort of self discovery that helps her overcome her issues in life she totally falls into the same pattern that her mother did which is the life that she hated Yeah she went back to school and wasn't cowed by Caroline or whatever her name

  5. says:

    Stupid Goodreads ate my review and I can't be bothered to write it all again Suffice to say that I really enjoyed this book but couldn't uite give it 4 stars because some things let it down so I rated it 375 stars The main character is incredibly selfish and there was a serious and very annoying case of insta lo

  6. says:

    25 stars This took a while to get going There were some things that I thought were kind of unbelievable like how a table cloth pinned over her

  7. says:

    It could be dreadful it could be fantastic But it's definitely a possibility for the history project so keeping it in mind or rather in my Goodreads virtual mindMy LJ write up which had as subject More history fail probably easier t

  8. says:

    I had a cup of coffee as I reached the half way mark of this book which naturally set my heart racing and got me all jittery So there's a chance some of my enthusiasm for this story is a matter of all the intensity colliding with coffee But that doesn't change that this is a really well written book At first I thought i

  9. says:

    Why do I not read historical fiction? It seems like every time I read one I end up loving it yet it is not the genre that I usually seek out Although I'll be changing that next year I've already joined the YA Historical Fiction Challenge to help spur that actionI have to admit that it was the cover that first drew me to this story and then when I read the summary I knew I had to read it When I first discovered it it was shortly b

  10. says:

    Summary Being the daughter of a poor single mother in 1913 is a difficult role to fill as fifteen year old Addy can attest Constantly ridiculed

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