Paperback of Twinkle, Twinkle (Autographed) (< AMZ)

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Time is running out, war will be waged, and sacrifices will be required.

Ali and Kovis return home believing the god of dreams has been dealt with, but before they can breathe easy, the empress’s nightmares start coming to life, plunging the empire into chaos.

Ambien may be in hiding, but he’s far from idle. The empire is about to discover the lengths the god will go to in his quest to conquer Wake—lengths that will pit father against daughter in an epic showdown.

Fans of Sarah J. Maas, Amanda Bouchet, and Elise Kova will love the unique and original fusion of the Sand Man and Morpheus myths in the fourth and final book of the epic paranormal romance series, The Sand Maiden, by award-winning author L. R. W. Lee!

Scroll up and one click to see if Ali and Kovis save Wake or fall to Ambien’s devices!

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Dimensions 11 × 9 × 1 in

3 reviews for Paperback of Twinkle, Twinkle (Autographed) (< AMZ)

  1. Debbie Shropshire

    June 28, 2020
    Verified Purchase
    This series was completely gripping. This book made me laugh, cry, angry, and joyful. That is the best kind of book to read. One that can make you feel all emotions. It was a whirlwind of emotions and epic battles. The deceit and defeat was overwhelming. There’s such disparity and grief but then comes home and joy. You cant help but cheer kovis, and ali on in their journey. You fear for Kennan and Alfeda, and at the same time you’re rooting for these too also in their epic journey. The there’s Rasa. You learn and more her . You are heartbroken and left in mourning but you remember her victories and what she overcame in her troubling journey. You find peace for her and leave in wonder. You’re excited for Velma and jathan and have joy that velma’s sacrifice has a happy ending. You will find yourself in fear for these people and cheering them on as they try to save and restore both their kingdoms. You cheer and yell and shout during their conquest. The truths that are revealed make them vulnerable and more real. You don’t just see them as emporers or expresses or princes and princesses. You see them as people who had to overcome abuse and fear and help!essness. You call in love with them regardless of how you felt about them as you’ve continued this epic journey with all of them. The thing I love the most was the family value. For both kingdoms ….Dream and Wake….they had to overcome such adversity with both rulers. They had to undo the torment and fear and brutality these two men caused for their children and the people of their kingdoms. I love the passion that is shared between Kovis and Ali. We all hope to find that kind of passion and love in a relationship especially after all what these to had to endure and witness. They deserve to have found each other and form such a bond that intimately they can find peace and love and understanding and forgiveness. They can let go of the past and overcome their grief and loss through each other. They are renewed and free. Hats off to Me Lee! I have enjoyed both her series and look forward for more to come.

  2. Rachel C.

    May 30, 2020
    This final book in the Sand Maiden series was fantastic! I literally couldn’t put it down. I laughed, shed tears(on more than one occasion), and stressed out! I highly recommend this entire series! I’ve been reading them in KU, but I loved it so much, I purchased the boxset so I can reread whenever I want, which I will definitely be doing!

  3. Jamie and Heather Hejduk

    Fantastic Wrap-up to the Sand Maiden series
    December 6, 2019
    Verified Purchase
    Twinkle, Twinkle, the fourth and final Sand Maiden book, wraps up the storylines quite nicely. Most of the chapters are told from Ali’s point of view, though some chapters scattered throughout are told from other characters’ points of view for things that Ali is not present for but are important for the reader to know. The writing is excellent, often using clever imagery. The character development is quite realistic. The theme of abuse, recovery from being abused and the cycle of abuse, is addressed very well and very sensitively. I highly recommend this book and the whole series!

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