Unlocking the Spell

Unlocking the Spell

Now that Annie has helped her sister Gwendolyn (a.k.a. Sleeping Beauty) wake up from the 100-year curse by finding her beloved prince, you would think that things would get back to normal. Think again! That beloved prince, Beldegard, is stuck in the body of a bear and the only way that Annie can be free of the two irritating lovebirds is to help-by finding the evil dwarf who cast the spell. Luckily, Annie has assistance from handsome prince Liam, and she has many tricks up her non-magical sleeve . . .

Title:Unlocking the Spell
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781599908410
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    Unlocking the Spell Reviews

  • Katy

    I was so desperate for a cute, romantic comedy that I resorted to middle-grade reading level. And I was NOT disappointed. I've read a few E.D. Baker books, and I just really like not only the way she ...

  • Elevetha

    3.5 stars.Cute and fun sequel to The Wide-Awake Princess.Annie, Liam, Beldegard, and a stowaway Gwendolyn set off on a quest to find the dwarf that enchanted\cursed Beldegard and get him to break the ...

  • Orissa

    Unlocking the Spell, by E. D. Baker, is about a girl that magic can’t touch. Annie’s sister Gwendolyn, also known as Sleeping Beauty, was previously awaked by her true love. The only problem is th...

  • Alanna (The Flashlight Reader)

    I love this series. It is so super cute. Annie is such a great character! She is Gwendolyn’s (Sleeping Beauty) non-magical sister. Annie received a gift from her fairy godmother at birth that would ...

  • Sara I

    I had read and really enjoyed the first book in this series, I was really excited when I found out there was a sequel. I was hoping for a great one :)Annie is the younger sister of sleeping beauty. Wh...

  • Heather

    Review of an advance copy:This is a great sequel to The Wide-Awake Princess. (Which was also a fabulous book, and if you haven't read it, you should!) In this book, Annie & Liam are trying to find the...

  • Heidi-Marie

    Not fabulous, but cute. I think I prefer the first book better, but this was a fun follow-up to see how they would break the spell of the Bear Prince. Sometimes the story was a bit too convenient, and...

  • Kimberly Fields

    This book was fun, but not anything extraordinary. I think I liked The Wide-Awake Princess a little better, but I still thoroughly enjoyed the story. I did think that Liam's suddenly distancing himsel...

  • Miss Clark

    Not E. D. Baker's most spellbinding narrative (if you will pardon the pun) but still fun and chock full of fairy tale references. It could have been just a tad shorter and a bit more clear in its dial...

  • Teri-K

    I can see that a lot of middle-grade and above readers would love this book. It has two very different Princesses and two Princes (one is a bear) as MCs, and they encounter a lot of slightly fractured...