• Cursed for Keeps

  • Curse Keeper, Curse Breaker, Book 2
  • By: E.J. Kitchens
  • Narrated by: Trista Shaye
  • Length: 7 hrs and 17 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (5 ratings)

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Cursed for Keeps

By: E.J. Kitchens
Narrated by: Trista Shaye
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He needs a kiss to stay human. Her kisses are poison.

Robert, Duke of Pondleigh, already has one curse, so what’s another one? Or two? If only these things involved fighting monsters - or even being turned into one - he’d be fine. But attempting to force him into marrying the woman who nearly killed him by cursing him to either gain a lady’s kiss each day or become a frog simply isn’t gentlemanly. 

The fact the princess he’s been in love with for years won’t even answer his letters, much less see him, doesn’t help his chances of freedom. Princess Snow has excellent reasons for going into hiding at the Cottage for Retired Enchanters deep in the New Grimmland forests. Reasons like a terrible secret and an overprotective stepmother. 

When Robert, the duke she thought had forgotten her, shows up as a frog, he seems to think she’s his curse-breaker, but Snow knows better: Her kisses are poison. With wit and clean romance, Cursed for Keeps is a mashup retelling of “The Frog Prince” and “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs”. It comes after Midnight for a Curse in the Curse Keeper, Curse Breaker series, but can be listened to as a stand-alone novel.

©2021 E.J. Kitchens (P)2021 E.J. Kitchens

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I am so glad to have found this series! It feels so good and pure and so so funny! Marvelous writing! I can’t wait for more

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Cursed for Keeps took some elements from A couple classic fairy tales, Snow White and Princess and the Frog, and wrote a magical story. This book is full of fun and interesting characters, my favorites are the ones who live in the cottage. There is also magically lands, curses and a fae prince.

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Cursed for Keeps

Robert a Duke has a curse, a frog type curse, he starts everyday as a frog until a lady kisses him. Of course the princess he loves and was going to marry hasn't written him back in a long time. In Princess Snow's defense she has her own curse issues to deal with and doesn't think she can love anyone else ever again.

This is a book that has combined The Frog Prince and Snow White together for a wicked good time. The action is non stop and the suspense is thick. I came in on this the second book and was a bit lost at first, but I don't think that had anything to do with order as I think this is as good a standalone as it is a companion. I think it was me listening (I had the audio) and getting the characters straight. The Narrator Trista Shaye does a great job with this book. I hope you give this book a chance no matter which form you prefer because it really is good and I can't wait for more.