Hoyt’s The Raven Prince, her debut novel, got a DIK from us when it was released and has a 4.4 rating on Amazon.

Here are some question to think about:

1. Every chapter starts with a snippet from an original fable, also called The Raven Prince. The first one is:

Once upon a time, in a land far away, there lived an impoverished duke and his three daughters. . . .

What do you think about this technique? Does the fable support the story in meaningful and enjoyable ways?

2. The way that Anna seduces Edward is unconventional. Were you comfortable with it? Was her honestly or the lack of it justified?

3. What did you think about the villain?

4. Were you comfortable with the way infertility was handled in this book?


These are just a few–I’m sure you have other things you’d like to discuss. So, type away!



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