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Alex Flinn A Kiss in Time For Joyce Sweeney. Thanks for everything! Contents Part I Talia ix Chapter 1 If I hea Every Time We Kiss · Kiss Across Time. Talia fell under a spell Jack broke the curse.I was told to beware the accursed spindle, but it was so enchanting, so hypnoticI was looking fo. Alex Flinn A Kiss in Time For Joyce Sweeney. Thanks for everything! Contents Part I Talia Chapter 1 If Ihear one more syllable about spindles, Ishall Chapter 2.


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Lady Brooke was highly religious, which seemed to mean that she believed in witches, who used their magic for evil, but not fairies, who used their powers for good. Still, even at four, I knew about fairies. Everyone did. Your father welcomed them, for he hoped they would bring you magical gifts. But there was one person your father did not invite: The witch Malvolia.

I closed my eyes.

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I thought you were asleep. I struggled to remain attentive, but I perked up when she began to describe the fairy gifts. People often remarked upon my beauty and grace.

Lady Brooke continued. The witch Malvolia! The guards tried to stop her, but she brazened her way past them. But quicker than the bat of an eyelash, the nurse was on the floor and Malvolia was standing over your bassinet.

And then, as quickly as she had arrived, she was gone. But the beautiful day was ruined and rain fell freely from the sky. Why had no one told me? All Euphrasian citizens shall sleep also, protected from harm by this spell, and the kingdom shall be obscured from sight by a giant wood, unnoticed by the rest of the world, and removed from maps and memory until. Someone would.

Especially considering the fact that the country was basically be run in feudalism adjusting to 21st century life should be harder than turning it into Williamsburg: European Edition. And it's not a bad book. It's average. I was just hoping for something more Okay, the book.

The plot pretty much is non-existant. Oh, except for the last fifty pages and the reason for the Maleficient character Yeah, I get she was trying to give the villain more backstory. But I think it backfired on her. I could understand why the king would get upset with her. Was it logical, no? But I understood the circumstances perfectly. And for the villain to go mwhwhahahaha I'm not done with you yet.

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And then they forgive you after all that crap? Stupid just stupid. Almost as dumb as the main characters. Let's start with our heroine, Talia. She's a spoiled brat. Oh, and then when she wakes up it's still about the dress.

Oh, and how Jack must be her love because he kissed her. And Jack, dear lord. Jack Chapter Talia Chapter From my earliest memory, the subject has been worn to death in the castle, nay, in the entire kingdom. Every princeling, princess, or lesser noble who came to the castle to play was told of the restrictions upon spindles —lest they have one secreted about their person somewhere, or lest they mistakenly believe I was normal.

Each servant was searched at the door, and thread was downloadd from outside the kingdom. Even peasants were forbidden to have spindles. It was quite inconvenient for all concerned. It should be said that I am not certain I would know a spindle if Isaw one.

But it seems unlikely that Iever shall. She sighed. As soon as she departed, I started in on my governess, Lady Brooke. It was frowned upon, she knew, to scold royal children. Father was a humane ruler who never resorted to beheading. Still, she had her job to consider, if not her neck.

God above will punish you for such deceit! I was done with my screaming, now that Ihad discovered a better currency. If you tell such an awful lie, you will surely be damned. Finally, sighing, she told me. I had been a long-wished-for babe this I knew, for it had been told to me almost as often as the spindle speech , and when I was born, my parents invited much of the kingdom to my christening, including several women rumored to have magical powers.

Lady Brooke was highly religious, which seemed to mean that she believed in witches, who used their magic for evil, but not fairies, who used their powers for good.

Still, even at four, I knew about fairies. Everyone did. Your father welcomed them, for he hoped they would bring you magical gifts. But there was one person your father did not invite: I closed my eyes. Ithought you were asleep.

People often remarked upon my beauty and grace.

Lady Brooke continued. The witch Malvolia! The guards tried to stop her, but she brazened her way past them. But quicker than the bat of an eyelash, the nurse was on the floor and Malvolia was standing over your bassinet.

And then, as quickly as she had arrived, she was gone. But the beautiful day was ruined, and rain fell freely from the sky.

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Why had no one told me? Someone will. That is what Flavia said. Euphrasia was small, bounded on three sides by ocean and on the fourth by wilderness. The Belgians, our nearest neighbors, barely knew we existed, and if Euphrasia disappeared from sight and maps, the Belgians would forget us entirely.

Other questions leaped to mind. How would we eat if we were all asleep? Indeed, the cure seemed worse than the original punishment. Chapter 2 Tomorrow is my sixteenth birthday. I do not suppose it necessary to explain the furor this has occasioned in the kingdom. Each year on my birthday, guests come from around the world to celebrate—and they bring gifts! Diamonds from Africa, crystal from Ireland, cheese from Switzerland. Of course, my sixteenth birthday is of special import.

Rumor has it that a ship has sailed the world over, collecting items and persons for my pleasure.

They say it has even visited the British colony on the other side of the world. Ibelieve it is called Virginia. But more than guests, more even than presents, is the actual hope that this whole spindle business will end today.

Before her sixteenth birthday. That was what the witch Malvolia had said. So tomorrow Mother and Father will rejoice at having completed the Herculean task of keeping their stupid daughter away from a common household object for sixteen years, and then I can live the ordinary life of an ordinary princess.

Iam ready for it. It is not merely spindle avoidance that has been my difficulty thus far. Rather, because of this, I have been effectively shut out from the world.

Other young maidens of my station have traveled to France, India, and even the wilds of Virginia. But I have not been permitted to make the shortest trip to the nearest kingdom, lest one of the populace there wished to attack me with a spindle.In the castle, the very tapestries seem to mock me with their pictures of places I have never seen.

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I just need more and more and more Jack and Talia moments. Plus positive for me, it's written in first person by Talia and Jack.

Now I am in dire trouble because my father, the king, says I have brought ruin upon our country.

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