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Once again safe at home, Emma clings to the comfort of family and tries to put the fright of the Banderwigh behind her—but deeds, even good ones, often have consequences. With a new reality of spirits and magic open to her, Emma feels a strong connection to Widowswood. She means to make good on her promise to the Spider Queen, bringing a monthly supply of silk in trade so h Once again safe at home, Emma clings to the comfort of family and tries to put the fright of the Banderwigh behind her—but deeds, even good ones, often have consequences. With a new reality of spirits and magic open to her, Emma feels a strong connection to Widowswood. She means to make good on her promise to the Spider Queen, bringing a monthly supply of silk in trade so humans cease their trespass upon the forest. A guild of thieves infiltrates the quiet town, lured by the incredible value of enchanted spidersilk flowing so freely from the forest. At first, they don’t realize the source is a ten-year-old girl, but once they learn, they’ll do anything to control her. Stuck between protecting her family and protecting her forest, Emma draws courage from her grandmother’s stories and makes a choice—that could cost her life.


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Once again safe at home, Emma clings to the comfort of family and tries to put the fright of the Banderwigh behind her—but deeds, even good ones, often have consequences. With a new reality of spirits and magic open to her, Emma feels a strong connection to Widowswood. She means to make good on her promise to the Spider Queen, bringing a monthly supply of silk in trade so h Once again safe at home, Emma clings to the comfort of family and tries to put the fright of the Banderwigh behind her—but deeds, even good ones, often have consequences. With a new reality of spirits and magic open to her, Emma feels a strong connection to Widowswood. She means to make good on her promise to the Spider Queen, bringing a monthly supply of silk in trade so humans cease their trespass upon the forest. A guild of thieves infiltrates the quiet town, lured by the incredible value of enchanted spidersilk flowing so freely from the forest. At first, they don’t realize the source is a ten-year-old girl, but once they learn, they’ll do anything to control her. Stuck between protecting her family and protecting her forest, Emma draws courage from her grandmother’s stories and makes a choice—that could cost her life.

40 review for Emma and the Silk Thieves

  1. 4 out of 5

    Montzalee Wittmann

    Emma and the Silk Thieves (Tales of Widowswood #2) by Matthew S. Cox is book two in the series by can be read without reading the first but don't do that to yourself, book one is AWESOME! This book is just as great and starts up where Emma and the Banderwigh ends. Now there are different dangers and different kind of monsters she must deal with. Again there is suspense, adventure, action, magic, fantasy (more and exciting than book one), new creatures, and great dialogue. Wonderful plot, the ch Emma and the Silk Thieves (Tales of Widowswood #2) by Matthew S. Cox is book two in the series by can be read without reading the first but don't do that to yourself, book one is AWESOME! This book is just as great and starts up where Emma and the Banderwigh ends. Now there are different dangers and different kind of monsters she must deal with. Again there is suspense, adventure, action, magic, fantasy (more and exciting than book one), new creatures, and great dialogue. Wonderful plot, the characters I just love, and the close family bonds get closer. What an exciting and wonderful book for people of all ages! I would give this 10 stars if I could. Cox has a way of weaving magic into his words and trapping the reader there like the Queen spider! Loved it. Thanks NetGalley for allowing me to read this book.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Marjolein

    Read all my reviews on http://urlphantomhive.booklikes.com I've been reading quite some of Matthew S. Cox's books over the last couple of years and I'm always surprised at how many he writes and how many different series also. While Tales of Widowswood I believe is aimed at the somewhat younger reader, it has the same vibe to it as many of his other works. It is a dark story. Relatively short time has passed, but Emma, still only ten years old, suffers from the consequences of what happened in Read all my reviews on http://urlphantomhive.booklikes.com I've been reading quite some of Matthew S. Cox's books over the last couple of years and I'm always surprised at how many he writes and how many different series also. While Tales of Widowswood I believe is aimed at the somewhat younger reader, it has the same vibe to it as many of his other works. It is a dark story. Relatively short time has passed, but Emma, still only ten years old, suffers from the consequences of what happened in the first book. It was a fast and entertaining read. Thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for providing me with a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Christy

    Emma and the Silk Thieves is the follow up to Emma and the Banderwigh. You can see by my review of Emma and the Banderwigh that I loved it. When I finished the first book, I emailed the author asking him to let me know when the next book was available. These books are so magical and filled with such descriptive language that you’ll feel as if you’ve traveled to another world and another time. In the first book, Emma found that she belongs to a magical family, and she also has magical powers. She Emma and the Silk Thieves is the follow up to Emma and the Banderwigh. You can see by my review of Emma and the Banderwigh that I loved it. When I finished the first book, I emailed the author asking him to let me know when the next book was available. These books are so magical and filled with such descriptive language that you’ll feel as if you’ve traveled to another world and another time. In the first book, Emma found that she belongs to a magical family, and she also has magical powers. She had to make a deal with some enormous, frightening spiders in the last book, so they would leave her town alone. Her deal puts her in a lot of danger from thieves who want the spider silk since it’s very valuable. Once again, your middle grade readers will be enthralled with Emma and her magical family. The way that the author brings the story to life makes this book enjoyable for readers of all ages. I really think that if you have a reluctant reader, this would be a fun book to read with them. Be sure you start with book one because you won’t know what is going on otherwise!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Sandy

    When Emma makes a promise, she takes that responsibly seriously. If you read the previous book in this series you know that Emma is a druid, but if you haven’t read the first novel, this novel will fill you in with the details but I do suggest you read the first novel, as I really enjoyed it. Emma, a young child, has a few powers that she can call upon when she needs them. Thank heavens for these powers, for they get her out of some tricky situations and they help her considerably. Emma has made When Emma makes a promise, she takes that responsibly seriously. If you read the previous book in this series you know that Emma is a druid, but if you haven’t read the first novel, this novel will fill you in with the details but I do suggest you read the first novel, as I really enjoyed it. Emma, a young child, has a few powers that she can call upon when she needs them. Thank heavens for these powers, for they get her out of some tricky situations and they help her considerably. Emma has made a promise to enter Widowswood forest to collect silk from Spider Queen to bring to the Marsten. After her last escape from the forest, you would think the forest would be the last place that Emma would want to venture into but Emma has made a promise, so Emma will fulfill her word for as long as need be. It’s a tricky situation and the woodland is just as dark as she remembers. The Spider Queen tells Emma of a problem that the spiders are having and Emma assures her that Emma will help her elevate this issue as the consequences for the problem continuing are not positive for anyone. If only the solution was easy. This is a great fantasy story to wrap yourself in. The author provides excellent details that allow you to fully understand the happenings of the events that are taking place. I had to laugh as Emma tries to make things easier but finds that what she is doing is just the opposite. The second half of the novel is one that you just can’t put down. Written for middle school or older grade school children, I think they will enjoy it. I received a copy of this novel from NetGalley and Curiosity Quills Press in exchange for an honest review.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Dave Higgins

    Cox applies a mature grasp of storycraft to a story of childhood, creating a fairy tale that is accessible to all without being shallow. This book is the second in the Tales of Widowswood series. Spoilers await to tangle the unwary. In three weeks after the death of the Banderwigh, Emma has attempted to put her fears behind her in favour of the comforts of her, now larger, family; and her increasing connection to the spirits and magic of the Widowswood. However, the deal she made with the Spider Q Cox applies a mature grasp of storycraft to a story of childhood, creating a fairy tale that is accessible to all without being shallow. This book is the second in the Tales of Widowswood series. Spoilers await to tangle the unwary. In three weeks after the death of the Banderwigh, Emma has attempted to put her fears behind her in favour of the comforts of her, now larger, family; and her increasing connection to the spirits and magic of the Widowswood. However, the deal she made with the Spider Queen looms ever larger as the time for her to keep her promise approaches. And, when a gang of thieves start searching the forest for the source of the silk, Emma’s general fear of spiders grows into a specific terror that the Queen will consider the promise broken and claim her life. As with the previous volume, Cox tempers the depth of world-building and complexity of characters that make his adult fiction resonate with simpler vocabulary and less graphic descriptions to create a tale that is filled with tense adventure that won’t terrify younger readers. Where the focus of the first book was on Emma acting because adults didn’t believe, this time her challenge is adults not considering her moral choices reason to act: still filled with the immortality and certainty of youth, she cannot conceive not keeping her promises even if they might be beyond her abilities; whereas her parents desire only that she remain safe and let them deal with any consequences that might come. As the story unfolds Cox carefully balances the virtues of decisiveness and honour with the perils of impetuousness and pridefulness, showing the reader examples of both perspectives having value while still demonstrating that a pure heart is a reasonable guide in life. Similarly, while Cox includes a broad range of issues commonly experienced by ten-year-olds, the root of the plot is selfishness: the deal Emma reached with the spiders in the previous volume genuinely benefits both sides. Running in parallel to this thread of community vs self-interest is a theme of facing fears: Emma is scared of spiders; her parents are worried she will be taken from them again; Kimber is terrified of things that remind her of her abusive father. Emma is, as previously, a well-written protagonist, who displays the innocence and weaknesses of youth without risking more mature readers becoming frustrated by her naivety or incompetence. Despite her developing mystical powers and growing life experience, she continues to demonstrate a charming blend of success and failure. The supporting cast have similarly developed after their experiences in the first book without becoming annoyingly free of issues: this is especially noticeable with Emma’s Da, who cannot properly deny the spirits are real but cannot abandon an upbringing that states that they are not. Overall, I enjoyed this novella. I recommend it to readers seeking fantasy that is suitable for readers of all ages. I received a free copy from the author with no obligation to review.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Louise Feagans

    I loved this book, it was fantastic! Matthew Cox never lets me down with his story telling! Emma is getting into more trouble in this book. If you read the first book, then you will know that this is no surprise. I just wish I had her talent and in case you haven't read about her, I won't say. Just read the books! <3 I loved this book, it was fantastic! Matthew Cox never lets me down with his story telling! Emma is getting into more trouble in this book. If you read the first book, then you will know that this is no surprise. I just wish I had her talent and in case you haven't read about her, I won't say. Just read the books! <3

  7. 5 out of 5

    Brian

    I received a copy of this book from the author but a payment to him will be made(paperback) as promised. Before I get into the story, I must say that Mr. Cox has once again proven is ability to write a story which captures the reader's attention. He envisions strong characters and story-lines and with his reader friendly descriptive, he allows the reader to enter the world in which the story takes place and captures the reader's mind with plenty of twists and turns, which keeps the reader turning I received a copy of this book from the author but a payment to him will be made(paperback) as promised. Before I get into the story, I must say that Mr. Cox has once again proven is ability to write a story which captures the reader's attention. He envisions strong characters and story-lines and with his reader friendly descriptive, he allows the reader to enter the world in which the story takes place and captures the reader's mind with plenty of twists and turns, which keeps the reader turning pages. This book follows the adventures of Emma, a sweet, but not innocent 10 year old girl, who is just learning -more- from her mother and Nana that she has the ability to seek guidance and powers from the spirit word. In the first book, Emma tangled with a mean spirit, the Banderwigh. She was helped by her Mom, Da, and Nana, and her new found abilities to defeat it and also rescue a young girl. Now, Emma must fulfill her promise to the spiders and collect some silk, for free, so Humans quit hunting and killing them. Emma takes the silk to town in hopes that her supplying silk to be sold will quench the need of Silk Thieves, and others, from ravaging spider nests. Trouble soon ensues when thieves kidnap Emma and her sister. Bad things may happen, lives may be lost, and many factions will be involved including a nasty wizard or two. No spoilers provided. I will strongly encourage you to read this book, as well as many other books, by Mr. Cox.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Heather

    I received a free copy of this book from the author for an honest review. Cox does it again. Another fantastic story. Emma and the Silk Thieves picks up where her story ended with the Banderwigh. Emma keeps her word and returns to collect silk from the Spider Queen. Her father is not happy about this but agrees to go with her to make sure she stays safe. Emma walks away from the Spider Queen unscathed but is not so lucky once she gets to town. While at town she feels uncomfortable around a strang I received a free copy of this book from the author for an honest review. Cox does it again. Another fantastic story. Emma and the Silk Thieves picks up where her story ended with the Banderwigh. Emma keeps her word and returns to collect silk from the Spider Queen. Her father is not happy about this but agrees to go with her to make sure she stays safe. Emma walks away from the Spider Queen unscathed but is not so lucky once she gets to town. While at town she feels uncomfortable around a stranger and later finds him to be following her. She is attacked and kidnapped by some silk theives who believe she will get them more silk. Again, in this story, Emma takes dangerous risks to save her family. Emma has an incredible sense of duty. She always does what she feels is right, even if others disagree with her. This story was very engrossing. I would pick it up and would struggle to put it down because I enjoyed the journey so much. If you read Emma and the Banderwigh and liked it, this one will not disappoint. It was just as good, if not better, than the first.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Jan farnworth

    The great thing about this series is not a lot of time passes between the books and the story takes a central theme that is pretty easy to figure out where the adventure is going to go.  Also it pretty central that you need to read the previous book to kind of be able to place your self in the story.  In the first book Emma makes a pretty impressive promise that she needs to keep to the emerald spiders which are located in the scary ass hell forest that she barely escaped from in the first book. The great thing about this series is not a lot of time passes between the books and the story takes a central theme that is pretty easy to figure out where the adventure is going to go.  Also it pretty central that you need to read the previous book to kind of be able to place your self in the story.  In the first book Emma makes a pretty impressive promise that she needs to keep to the emerald spiders which are located in the scary ass hell forest that she barely escaped from in the first book.  True to her word she heads out and she has to help and face her fears of spiders to fulfill this promise.  I love that the author is able to keep you entranced and caught up in the story to the point where you forget what else is going on you just want to keep seeing how the story is going to unfold. 

  10. 4 out of 5

    Joan

    Emma had made a promise to the Emerald Creeper Queen, a huge spider, that she would stop people from killing her babies for silk if she could have a bundle once a month for the town. Unfortunately a wizard and thieves heard of this arrangement and decided to help themselves. With the help of her wolf friends, spiders , her Mama and Nan after a great battle she was able to keep that promise. This series is a character driven tale with mystical creatures and Emma plus her family living in peace bu Emma had made a promise to the Emerald Creeper Queen, a huge spider, that she would stop people from killing her babies for silk if she could have a bundle once a month for the town. Unfortunately a wizard and thieves heard of this arrangement and decided to help themselves. With the help of her wolf friends, spiders , her Mama and Nan after a great battle she was able to keep that promise. This series is a character driven tale with mystical creatures and Emma plus her family living in peace but helping each other when needed. Now on to the third book. A must read for lovers of the fantasy genre.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Janis Hill

    I would like to thank Curiosity Quills Press for providing me with a free ARC of this book in exchange for an open and honest review. I was so thrilled to get a chance to read ‘Emma and the Silk Thieves’. Why? It is the second book in the ‘Tales of Widowswood’ series and the first one had me hooked! Although I am pretty sure this is meant to be a YA/ NA (Young Adult/ New Adult) genre book, I just loved it for the world it weaves from the story. I loved its people, language, culture and history – v I would like to thank Curiosity Quills Press for providing me with a free ARC of this book in exchange for an open and honest review. I was so thrilled to get a chance to read ‘Emma and the Silk Thieves’. Why? It is the second book in the ‘Tales of Widowswood’ series and the first one had me hooked! Although I am pretty sure this is meant to be a YA/ NA (Young Adult/ New Adult) genre book, I just loved it for the world it weaves from the story. I loved its people, language, culture and history – very similar to our own but different enough to be exciting. So, yes, a series a young mind can happily get lost in by relating to it while also being entertained by its differences. The story in ‘Emma and the Silk Thieves’ picks up shortly after where the first book ‘Emma and the Banderwigh’ finishes and links to it smoothly while also allowing the adventure to continue and Emma’s world to grow around us. Totally loved this. If you have kids with spider issues… possibly not the best book to let them read at bedtime, in the dark, with those scratching noises outside… ;-) But other than that I would happily let my nearly 10 and my 12 year olds read it. I loved it, found it really does continue with the series and not just a rehash or total new thing tacked on the a series title – I hate it when you get a “series” where it really is just books with the same character that tend to chop and change personality in each book. Does not happen in ‘Emma and the Silk Thieves’. Perfect. Would I recommend this book to others? Yes I would, no matter the reader’s age, as long as they enjoy a bit of YA/NA fantasy, this book is right for them. Just remember about the spiders, okay? I love spiders… spider lovers are good to read this. Those who freak at the smallest arachnid – read with the lights on and a good cleared two meter radius around you. ;-) Though I have to say here and now that I would strongly recommend that anyone wanting to read ‘Emma and the Silk Thieves’ read ‘Emma and the Banderwigh’ first as this is not a stand-alone book, but a true follow on of the series. And so the reader would really be missing out on some excellent writing if they skipped the first book in the series! Would I buy this book for myself? Absolutely. Loved the first book – except for that ending that Mr Cox then fixed up – and was really looking forward to the second in the series. Simply can’t wait for the next book in the ‘Tales of Widowswood’ series too. In summary: An excellent follow-on in a very well written YA/NA fantasy series. We need new tales like this for our children. Highly recommend.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Casia Courtier

    I received this book from the author for an honest review. There was no compensation for this review. What follows is my opinion and mine alone. It is so great to be back in Widowswood. I fell in love with the small town in Cox's first book, Emma and the Banderwigh. In that book, we meet ten year old Emma and the magical world of Widowswood. This book is set a month after the events of the first book.  I found the first book pulled me in faster than this one. It was dark and gave me a view of a wo I received this book from the author for an honest review. There was no compensation for this review. What follows is my opinion and mine alone. It is so great to be back in Widowswood. I fell in love with the small town in Cox's first book, Emma and the Banderwigh. In that book, we meet ten year old Emma and the magical world of Widowswood. This book is set a month after the events of the first book.  I found the first book pulled me in faster than this one. It was dark and gave me a view of a world that I instantly wanted more of. This book, Emma and the Silk Thieves, did just that. Cox expanded the world, gave us tidbits on Nan's past, and showed us an ever growing little girl. It wasn't as speedy as the first one, but it was a nice change of pace next to the first. I still want more of Emma and I'm even more excited to see what other stories Nan has in store for the audience that hints about her own history. Nan is like this epic old woman and I need more about her.  I read a bit to Bug and he loved it. He was as engrossed with this book as Emma, Tam, and Kimber were to Nan's stories. That's a huge feat because that kid is on the go all the time. Needless to say, I definitely recommend this book for younger readers and adults.  Emma is a great role model for all children. She is smart, passionate, respectful, and responsible. All of these are qualities a person should have (I emphasize respectful and responsible to Bug).  I rated this a 4/5 stars.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Lady

    Keeping Oaths & Thwarting Wizard •••I received this book in exchange for an honest review••• This series must be read in order. The first book is Emma And The Banderwigh. This is the second book. I can't wait to read Emma And The Silverbell Faeries! Having rescued Hannah, herself, and her brother Tam from the Banderwigh (who her father promptly killed) all that is left to Emma is fulfilling her promise to the Emerald Creeper Queen. She may only be a child but she is still a Druid and her father's Keeping Oaths & Thwarting Wizard •••I received this book in exchange for an honest review••• This series must be read in order. The first book is Emma And The Banderwigh. This is the second book. I can't wait to read Emma And The Silverbell Faeries! Having rescued Hannah, herself, and her brother Tam from the Banderwigh (who her father promptly killed) all that is left to Emma is fulfilling her promise to the Emerald Creeper Queen. She may only be a child but she is still a Druid and her father's daughter... Her word means something! It wouldn't be right to break her word (even if spiders still scare the living daylights out of her)... And besides it is for the spiders and humans safety that she is doing this in the first place! Can she keep people from hunting spiders for their silk? Will the spiders keep their word and quit attacking (and eating) humans? Is she doing the right thing? Or has she (again) gotten into something way over her head? Will Kimber ever get over her sadness and fear from before she was a part of their family? Will her father ever truly accept and believe in magic? Or will he always be looking for the mundane explanation while ignoring the truth?

  14. 4 out of 5

    Pallavi

    Its about Magic, Courage and a little girl, Emma. Emma, is a brave hearted lovely girl, who feels a huge responsibility towards her family and her forest. There is a spider queen, a set of thieves and silk. How Emma holds herself among these thieves to protect everybody she knows is the story. Narration is good, descriptive and long. But will keep the reader enthralled with the magic. A magical read, if you love magic go for it :) ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an unbiased review. Thanks for ma Its about Magic, Courage and a little girl, Emma. Emma, is a brave hearted lovely girl, who feels a huge responsibility towards her family and her forest. There is a spider queen, a set of thieves and silk. How Emma holds herself among these thieves to protect everybody she knows is the story. Narration is good, descriptive and long. But will keep the reader enthralled with the magic. A magical read, if you love magic go for it :) ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an unbiased review. Thanks for making this available!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Cat

    A bit sad, I hadn't read the first first one. I love magical books and this one is wonderful! I think kids will enjoy this book. It reminds me a bit Angie Sage stories and a few others I've enjoyed over the past few years. Strong heroine, adventure, strong families, community, loyalty. Characters were well developed and plot was great! Good story to sit and read as summer comes to a close. I received a Kindle ARC in exchange for a fair review from Netgalley. A bit sad, I hadn't read the first first one. I love magical books and this one is wonderful! I think kids will enjoy this book. It reminds me a bit Angie Sage stories and a few others I've enjoyed over the past few years. Strong heroine, adventure, strong families, community, loyalty. Characters were well developed and plot was great! Good story to sit and read as summer comes to a close. I received a Kindle ARC in exchange for a fair review from Netgalley.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Amy Bearce

    Emma and the Silk Thieves picks up nicely where book 1 ends. I enjoyed seeing Emma and the other cast of characters again in this middle grade adventure story--I think this book is even stronger than book 1, actually. And I love love love the cover.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Brenda .

  18. 4 out of 5

    Erika Galpin

  19. 4 out of 5

    Nikki Valdez

  20. 5 out of 5

    Jen

    See my full review for this title on my book blog, So Few Books, at: https://sofewbooks.blogspot.com/2017/...! Once again I have stumbled upon a second book in a series that I enjoyed much more than the first! There were many reasons for this. To start, volume two was so much less dark than its predecessor!... Though still only 10 years old, Emma has grown a lot emotionally and intellectually by the start of this volume, and does so even more throughout the limited period of the story. Her Mama a See my full review for this title on my book blog, So Few Books, at: https://sofewbooks.blogspot.com/2017/...! Once again I have stumbled upon a second book in a series that I enjoyed much more than the first! There were many reasons for this. To start, volume two was so much less dark than its predecessor!... Though still only 10 years old, Emma has grown a lot emotionally and intellectually by the start of this volume, and does so even more throughout the limited period of the story. Her Mama and Nan start to teach her a lot of additional information about the spiritual world around them, and the ways in which she can tap into its power... Things in the family are changing as well, with Emma’s father talking about building a room and separate beds for the kids. Up until this point, they are still sharing a family bed. (All except for Nan who has her own room.)... There are a lot of additional characters introduced or expanded upon in this story, making me wonder if some of them will play significant roles in future volumes. I am definitely looking forward to reading more in the series to find out. And to see Emma come more into her own power and discover what is her destiny. She and her Nan wish for some peace and quiet as this tome draws to a close, but somehow I doubt there is much of that in store for them! I received a free copy of this title from Curiosity Quills Press and have willingly provided an honest review.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Susan

  22. 4 out of 5

    Lesley Henry

  23. 4 out of 5

    Sheridan Lee

  24. 4 out of 5

    Matthew Cox

  25. 4 out of 5

    Rhonda L.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Darlene

  27. 5 out of 5

    Shellee

  28. 4 out of 5

    Indigo

  29. 4 out of 5

    Mary ~*Sweary McCoffeehound*~

  30. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Bradshaw

  31. 5 out of 5

    Reading Reindeer 2021 On Proxima Centauri

  32. 5 out of 5

    Sally

  33. 5 out of 5

    Bárbara

  34. 4 out of 5

    Kimberlie

  35. 5 out of 5

    Carol Ross

  36. 5 out of 5

    Badreddine Sijilmassi

  37. 4 out of 5

    Trisha

  38. 5 out of 5

    Vanessa ♛Queen Alchemy ϟ Novel Nerd Faction♛

  39. 5 out of 5

    Merlin’s Cove

  40. 4 out of 5

    Donna

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