The Magical Misperception of Meridian

The Magical Misperception of Meridian Railing against convention in the kingdom of Meridian Jona thinks a girl should be able to wear trousers fight like a boy when necessary and marry whomever she pleases She happens upon the queen s

Magical Misperception by S.G Rogers Feb , Magical Misperception is the story of a peasant girl who captures the heart of a prince Jona is a dreamer who would rather be off in town playing bandits than dressing up in frilly things, regardless of the fact the queen herself is due to parade through the streets. Magical Misperception Kindle edition by Suzanne G Magical Misperception Kindle edition by Suzanne G Rogers Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Magical Misperception. Magical Misperception Suzanne G Rogers, Author Magical Misperception Blurb Young Prince Lee can t talk to girls at all until he meets Jona Haever His aunt, Queen Gaia, invites Jona to the castle for the summer to help Lee learn social graces. Magical Misperception by Suzanne G Rogers Books on Magical Misperception Ebook written by Suzanne G Rogers Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Magical Misperception. Customer reviews Magical Misperception Magical Misperception, written by author Suzanne G Rogers, is a fairytale fantasy novella set in the kingdom of Meridian and revolves around Jona Heaver, a rebel pre teen girl who loves wearing trousers, swordfights and independence. The Magical Misperception of Meriidan Child of Yden The Magical Misperception of Meridian Excerpt On the final day of the term, a fancy horse drawn carriage waited in front of school, flying the royal flag of Meridian Rumors and speculation about an illustrious visitor ran rampant through the school halls. Epub Book Magical Misperception Magical Misperception Free Download File ,MB Magical Misperception Free Download Pursuing for Magical Misperception Free Download Do you really need this respository of Magical Misperception Free Download It takes me hours just to get the right download link, and another hours to validate it. Magical Misperception by Suzanne G Rogers NOOK Book For one magical summer, Jona is selected to be a companion to Prince Lee and help him practice social graces Despite her joy, however, she is expected to follow the rules never speak to the queen unless spoken to, never forget she s merely a servant, and never, ever fall in love with the prince. Full Download Magical Misperception Magical Misperception Ebook Download File ,MB Magical Misperception Ebook Download Chasing for Magical Misperception Ebook Download Do you really need this book of Magical Misperception Ebook Download It takes me hours just to snag the right download link, and another hours to validate it. Review Copies of The Magical Misperception of Meridian Mar , Review Copies of The Magical Misperception of Meridian March , Suzanne G Rogers Comments UPDATE THE COMMENTS WERE SO

  • Title: The Magical Misperception of Meridian
  • Author: S.G. Rogers Suzanne G. Rogers
  • ISBN: 9781927361559
  • Page: 426
  • Format: ebook
  • Railing against convention in the kingdom of Meridian, Jona thinks a girl should be able to wear trousers, fight like a boy when necessary, and marry whomever she pleases She happens upon the queen s nephew, Lee, who stammers and cannot speak to girls at all that is, until he meets Jona.When the queen hires Jona to help her nephew acquire proper social graces, Jona experiRailing against convention in the kingdom of Meridian, Jona thinks a girl should be able to wear trousers, fight like a boy when necessary, and marry whomever she pleases She happens upon the queen s nephew, Lee, who stammers and cannot speak to girls at all that is, until he meets Jona.When the queen hires Jona to help her nephew acquire proper social graces, Jona experiences a blissful summer of pure enchantment Jona and Lee learn to dance, perfect the art of polite conversation, and discover which fork to use at the dinner table Although they become best friends, Queen Gaia considers Jona a mere servant At summer s end, Jona s job in Meridian is done.Lee and Jona keep in contact through a set of magical mailboxes given to Lee by the Wizard Farland When the friends are finally reunited after ten years, their budding romance is torn asunder by an edict from the queen Against impossible odds, Jona and Lee will fight for an uncertain future But unspoken secrets and mysteries long in the making have yet to be revealed Will true love be denied or can the differences between commoners and royalty be shown to be just a matter of magical misperception

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    1. I loved this short book by S. G. Rogers! The writing flowed smoothly as did the story line. It is a wonderful fairy tale book with a little bit of magic, a great friendship and a lot of fun! Jona and Lee have a great friendship and the author does a wonderful job developing it. I love the magical "mailboxes" and the letter writing between Jona and Lee! There is a great twist at the end that I LOVED! This is just a great "feel-good" book that will leave you feeling satisfied at the end. The book [...]

    2. Railing against convention in the kingdom of Meridian, Jona thinks a girl should be able to wear trousers, fight like a boy when necessary, and marry whomever shpleases. She happens upon the queen’s nephew, Lee, who stammers and cannot speak to girls at all…that is, until he meets Jona.When the queen hires Jona to help her nephew acquire proper social graces, Jona experiences a blissful summer of pure enchantment. Jona and Lee learn to dance, perfect the art of polite conversation, and disco [...]

    3. Like most women, my days are really full, so reading for pleasure is often relegated to the "someday when I get around to it" category. But once in a while a story comes out with a premise so intriguing I make time for it. The Magical Misperception of Meridian is one of those stories. I was fortunate enough to win a review copy, and I was so eager to read it I immediately downloaded it to my iphone. By doing this, I could read it during those "in between" moments - during my work breaks, when I' [...]

    4. Cute, short read11-year-old Jona prefers boys' clothes and games. When Queen Gaia visits, Jona befriends a boy her age named Lee.Jona forgets about Lee until the final day of the term when a fancy horse-drawn carriage shows up at her school to take her to the castle. She finds out that Lee is the queen's nephew, and she has been hired to help him (since she is the only girl he doesn't stutter around).Lee and Jona have a great summer together learning manners, proper etiquette, and how to dance. [...]

    5. I just finished reading, THE MAGICAL MISPERCEPTION OF MERIDIAN, and can't stop smiling! :) I loved this story! It has everything: excellent characters, lots of action, rich details, conflict, friendship, romance, and a sprinkling of magic! Ms. Rogers created two very loveable, flawed characters who meet as kids: Jona (tomboy) and Lee (stutters around girls). A friendship develops straight away. The reality, however, is that Lee is royalty, and Jona, a commoner. The author throws them together, a [...]

    6. S.G Rogers/The Magical Misperception of MeridanASIN: B007BFFKNOJona is a commoner, who will stand up for herself and for anyone else, too. When she run’s into Lee, the queen’s nephew, they become fast friends despite their class differences. Lee usually stammers when he’s around girls, but finds when he’s with Jona, he doesn’t have a problem.The queen hires Jona to help her nephew with the social graces required of his position. There summer together is perfect and their friendship flo [...]

    7. The Magical Misperception of Meridian, by S.G. Rogers, is a quick read. It is also delightful. Jona, a young tomboy in a small village, makes friends with (and defends) a stranger: a stuttering boy of about her age. To her surprise, Jona is soon hired by the queen to serve as a companion to her nephew -- the stranger with whom she’s already played.The story of Jona and her friend, Lee, covers a wonderful summer when they play, learn, and get into trouble together . More importantly, it covers [...]

    8. Not only is Meridian a magical place, with lovely details in this book that will please early teens through YA (and adults who love the Harry Potter and Ursula LeGuin style fantasy realms), the Magical Misperception of Meridian has a wonderful heroine in Jona and a vulnerable hero in Lee. S.G. Rogers portrays their friendship in a sweet way -- and even throws in a great, unexpected twist at the end! No spoilers here, but I sure wish this book had been LONGER! I wanted to stay right there in the [...]

    9. Magical ! With coffee mug in hand, I read this sweet fairy tale this morning. What a great way to start the day ! The characters were believable, the descriptions picturesque. I enjoyed the Cinderella touch along with the tomboy swashbuckling scenes. The surprise ending really had me smiling. This author's work never fails to entertain !The author provided me a copy of this story in exchange for an honest review.

    10. Do NOT let the fact that this is a short story stop you from reading this book! The story line is never rushed, the details are amazing and Jona and Lee are wonderful characters that will have you wishing for a happy ending to this fairytale. The surprise at the end will have you smiling all day and wishing you could stay in Meridian. As an adult, I enjoyed this book and would recommend it to young adults and adults alike.I received a free copy of this book for an honest review.

    11. I thoroughly enjoyed escaping into Meridian and Jona is my kind of heroine! This great escape from hum-drum reality brought to mind Disney's "Princess Diaries". The Magical Misperception of Meridian is a delightful new fairy tale that I'll read again just so I can return to Jona's world.

    12. This is exactly the sort of story I wish I had to read at bedtime as a tween or teen. Sweet, magical and mind-bending at the end, it's a perfect setup for exciting dreamtime.

    13. Magical Misperception is the story of a peasant girl who captures the heart of a prince.Jona is a dreamer who would rather be off in town playing bandits than dressing up in frilly things, regardless of the fact the queen herself is due to parade through the streets. Jona’s mother, of course, wishes she would be proper young lady. When Jona runs off and finds young Lee fighting a band of (imaginary) bandits, she jumps into the fray and makes a fast friend.Only later does she find out Lee is ro [...]

    14. This is a delightful story, and the writing is superb! I didn't know what to expect, but was captivated by Jona from the start. The details of the setting are wonderfully rendered, and the minor characters are memorably painted with just a few carefully chosen brushstrokes. The only negative for me, and it is minor indeed, is that the ending felt rushed. I keep wishing Ms. Rogers had made a full-length novel out of this story because it's such a wonderful fantasy world she has created, I didn't [...]

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