Emily Asad
Publisher: Amazon.com Services LLC
Pages: 316

Zenia Segovia is seventeen, single, and unfairly flunking high school. Life gets even worse when her mother moves them to a new town – and then disappears a few months later, leaving Zenia to manage school, a part-time job, and bills. At the mansion where she now works, she uncovers an enchanted dollhouse that takes human prisoners and turns them to wooden dolls if they try to escape. Its handsome teen residents begin a competition for her heart. Are they sincere or just bored? Does it really matter? Anything’s better than being alone. In order to free her friends, she must confront a young sorceress who doesn’t understand why it’s so wrong to shrink people. Razor-sharp logic seems like a puny weapon against magic, but solving an ancient riddle could be the key to breaking the curse. If Zenia fails, she’ll forfeit her size, freedom, and the future she desperately wants with ...
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