Evermore (The Lost Princesses, #1) by Jody Hedlund

Evermore (The Lost Princesses, #1)

An ancient key. A secret treasure. And a princess destined to use them both to fight evil and restore peace.Raised by a noble family, Lady Adelaide has always known she’s an orphan. Little does she realize she’s one of the lost princesses and the true heir to Mercia’s throne…until a visitor arrives at her family estate, reveals her birthright as queen, and thrusts her into a quest for the throne whether she’s ready or not.Unable to tole...

Details Evermore (The Lost Princesses, #1)

TitleEvermore (The Lost Princesses, #1)
Release DateAug 27th, 2019
PublisherNorthern Lights Press
GenreRomance, Christian Fiction, Young Adult, Historical, Medieval, Historical Fiction, Fiction

Reviews Evermore (The Lost Princesses, #1)

  • Nicki Chapelway
    Warning: if you are looking for a coherent review, this is not the place to be. There will be much flailing and fangirling and asdfghjkl.Okay so I LOVED this book SO MUCH.Augh, lost princesses, hidden treasures, TALL JOHN. YOU GUYS, he said like three words but he is a without a doubt this book's MVP. I adored Christopher, he was such a fleshed out character capable of being both serious and joking when it seems like many characters are only able...
  • Kailey
    This book is excellent! It had the right amount of action and romance. I loved it! This new series is captivating! I didn’t want to stop reading! I’m really looking forward to reading the rest of the series!I was given a complimentary copy of this ebook from the author, but was not required to write a review. The thoughts and comments are my own.
  • Susan Snodgrass
    'Do not underestimate me. I have never cowered from danger and I shall not start now.'Jody Hedlund's first book in The Lost Princesses is so good! The prequel novella, Always, sets the stage for this one, so it really needs to be read first. Adelaide, who is in reality the Crown Princess Constance, has been hidden for 17 years with a family loyal to her late father and mother, the king and queen of Mercia. When her adoptive mother dies, she revea...
  • Jessica Baker (A Baker's Perspective)
    Oh my goodness, I cannot get enough of this series already! I was already hooked with the prequel, so going in I knew I was in for a great ride, but Hedlund even exceeded those expectations! There were twists and turns that I didn't see coming, romance, loyalty, surprises, and a few moments that I did see coming. And yes, this is a YA book, but even so there were some smooches that are going in my swoony scenes list. I'm not sure if it was my hyp...
  • MJSH
    “I think we are all in need of taming,” Christopher answered with more seriousness than I expected. “If we are blessed to find someone who is willing to kindly speak truth into our weaknesses, then we shall be better for it.”This is book 1 of the Lost Princesses series but there is a prequel novella called Always that would be helpful to read before embarking on this dazzling series. Jody Hedlund takes us on a breath-taking journey of med...
  • Clara
    “The possibility seemed so remote, even outlandish. But I couldn’t dismiss it.”Adelaide has grown around playing swords fight, hunting and, overall, being very much loved and protected. And she wouldn’t have it any other way.But when her dearest aunt on her death bed reveals a secret that can change the future of Mercia, and as Adelaide discovers there’s more behind the reasons her family has kept her so secluded, she will start wonderi...
  • Linda
    After reading the prequel novella, Always, I knew I wanted to read the entire Lost Princesses series. Book One, Evermore, did not disappoint. When the woman who raised her is on her deathbed, she discloses Adelaide’s rightful identity with this request, “God saved your life, Adelaide. And now it is time for you to give it back in service to Him as the ruler you were born to be. Promise you will do so.” Is it true, is she one of the three lo...
  • Trisha Robertson (Joy of Reading)
    All the Stars!!! Loved this story!!I am loving this new series from Jody Hedlund! The story is captivating, the characters are dynamic and endearing. First of all, let me say that you will want to make sure to read Always (The Lost Princesses 0.5) before picking up this story. As the stories build on each other. Always is a pure delight. A stunning, fast-paced story that you don’t want to miss. But let’s return to talking about Evermore!This ...
  • Lynda Edwards
    This is the first in Jody Hedlund’s new series, The Lost Princesses. I definitely recommend reading the prequel before this book as it sets up what happens here, helping the reader to understand the political climate and culture, as well as the backstory to the individual princesses and why they had to be raised separately and with no knowledge of who they really are. That being said, this novel is about the Crown Princess Constance, who has be...
  • Erin
    Seventeen years after the events of Always, it is time for the Lost Princesses to learn their identities and begin the work of reclaiming the throne. Lady Adelaide grew up doing everything her male cousins did. She can ride, hunt, and even secretly masquerade as a knight and succeed in tournaments. Benevolent to those who live on her estate, she's quite the catch now that she is entering the age for courtship and marriage. She is shocked when a d...
  • Andrea
    Destiny *Borrowed from Kindle Unlimited* "Always" was the beginning . The story continues with "Evermore." An exciting adventure of its own as Adelaide comes of age and learns her true identity.This book grabbed a hold of me from the first joust and didn't let go! As Adelaide comes to grips with the reality that she is Constance Dierdal Aurora, the crown princess of Mercia, she is forced into a battle for her life.The story truly is an action/bat...
  • Marissa Baker
    Shortly before her 20th birthday, Lady Adelaide learns that she's not just an orphan raised by a noble family who indulged her desire to learn jousting and leadership alongside her foster cousins. She's actually one of the lost princesses and the true heir to Mercia’s throne. Unfortunately, the man who has conquered her kingdom has also recently learned who and where she is.Adelaide flees with the sons of her adopted family -- scholarly Mitchel...
  • Haley S
    The first sister of this series! I was so excited to be able to read this book. And it makes me want to read about the twins even more. Plus this story (though no spoilers here!) leaves in a place where I want to read the next stories even more to find out what happens!I don’t really know what to write about the characters. Adelaide was stubborn yet sweet. However, my favorite character was Mitchell. Like give it a chapter and you’ll be in lo...
  • Patti Whitson Stephenson
    I read the prequel to this book entitled “Always” and I loved that story so much that I knew I wanted to read the rest of this series. (You will not have to read that novella before reading this book, but it’s excellent.)This fairytale book has strong characters and a suspenseful, romantic storyline. Constance’s character is the driving force of this book. Even though she was not aware that she is one of the “lost princesses”, she was...
  • Melissa
    First of all, isn't that cover gorgeous?!?!?!Okay so I stayed up till way to late o'clock finishing this book. Once you start this read, it is near impossible to put down! I just HAD to know how it ended!! The story was exciting and moved at a very good pace. It has some really sad parts which got to me but the book is super good. I am waiting impatiently for books 2 and 3 in this set....I need them SOON!!!I received this book from the author and...
  • Kelly Hodgkins
    “I shall ride the final course.” I grabbed the great helm. “You know I have the better chance at vanquishing Lord Mortimer.” - Opening lines of Evermore by Jody HedlundAs I finished Always, a Lost Princesses novella, I couldn’t wait to start reading Evermore by Jody Hedlund and I wasn’t disappointed! Lady Adelaide, riding into a jousting championship dressed as a man, begins the novel as she means to go on, turning paradigms upside do...
  • Leann Arave
    After reading Always, which really sets the stage for Evermore and the rest of the series, I couldn’t wait to read this book! I loved the character development between Adelaide, Mitchell and Christopher. I couldn’t help but fall in love with all of them. Evermore is filled with intrigue, action, tragedy and most importantly, clean but swoon worthy romance, I would definitely recommend reading the prequel Always first! It is so good! Evermore ...
  • Kristine Morgan
    Wow! Lost princesses, knights, evil kings what's not to love about Jody Hedlund's Evermore? I loved the action packed story line! Lady Adelaide is a strong woman who can lead her people to freedom, she just needs to decide how to stay out of King Ethelwulf's hands. With the help of her foster brother Christopher she may survive. I am really enjoying these stories and am anxiously looking forward to reading the next 2 books. So grab your favorite ...
  • Megan
    I have always loved a strong female lead in a book. Even more so when its set in a historical novel! Evermore is part of a new series that takes us on a journey of the Lost Princesses. Book One is about Adelaide (Constance) and her discovery about her true identity. Adelaide is shocked and a little disbelieving when her aunts dying breath is to tell her she is actually the true Queen of Mercia. Adelaide would much rather Joust and hunt then wear ...
  • Deekay
    This turns out to be just as a good as the prequel novella (Always). Lots of great action, amazing and intense plot, smooth and clean storyline. I didn’t know it will be this good. There are so much happening in the story that gave me so many feelings about this book.This is the story of the first lost princess (Princess Constance/Adelaide). The story focus on Adelaide finding the truth about her actual identity and her growth as a character. A...
  • Edward Arrington
    I just have to say it: Adelaide was quite the handful. She could give as good as she could take. With so much at stake, I kept expecting her to step back but she had never learned to do that. Growing up in the same house with two older cousins who were practically like brothers to her, she learned a lot more about hunting, fishing, fighting, and so on than she did about the ways of a woman. The greatest lessons, like believing, trusting, and serv...
  • Angeline
    Evermore, continues the story that began in Always but twenty years have passed. We read about Adelaide, the lost princess of Mercia. She has been living with her aunt and uncle since she was four. She has grown up not knowing about her past, only knowing that the man and woman she calls aunt and uncle are protecting her. Adelaide studies with her cousins, but along with the usual lessons about running an estate, she also learns how to fight and ...
  • Laura
    Hidden princesses. Ladies-in-waiting. Romance. Brutal kings. Black wolves. Big, bad wolves. And castles. These are the things I’ve been surrounded by for the last two days as I read Evermore, Book 1 in Jody Hedlund’s new series, The Lost Princesses. Previously, three orphaned princesses have been hidden, each in a different home and place, so that the conquering and brutal King Ethelwulf. It has been quite some time since the brutal king took...
  • Kayla
    WOW!I mean wow! Jody Hedlund got me excited in her novella Always but Evermore blew my mind alway so buckle down because this girl got a lot to say about this book. One, the books open with Adelaide jousting and I already knew that Jody Hedlund wrote strong heroine but I got really excited with Adelaide. I feel like a lot of times when YA authors write a "strong" heroine often time the female characters tend to be more masculine which seems ridic...
  • Meagan Myhren-bennett
    EvermoreThe Lost Princesses #1By Jody HedlundAdelaide has a life that she loves though since Uncle Whelan's death life has been more difficult. And with Aunt Susanna's deteriorating health Adelaide's life is about to change especially when the truth about who she is is revealed. The long-lost Princess Constance didn't die when King Ethelwulf seized the throne of Mercia instead she was hidden away at Langley for the last 17 years and the time to l...
  • Alyssa Amey Madjeski
    Evermore is the first book in a new young adult series by Jody Hedlund called The Lost Princesses. The series tells the tale of an evil king who takes over the kingdom and will not rest until he has eliminated the previous royal bloodline. The three young princesses are split up and hidden in different areas of the kingdom for their safety. Deeply intertwined with each other, these three novels, and the prequel novella Always, are designed to be ...
  • Nicole
    “There are times when we need to hold out faith and hope even when the circumstances seem impossible.”-Jody Hedlund, Evermore I very rarely read a book in one day; however, Jody Hedlund's Evermore is the exception. What a riveting story! It was irresistible! I couldn't put it down. Evermore is Ms. Hedlund's upcoming release in her new YA series, The Lost Princesses. Its prequel novella, Always, was also a compelling read. Ms. Hedlund is a mas...
  • Faye
    Adelaide is stunned to learn that she is one of the lost princesses, and the heir to the throne of Mercia. For seventeen years she has lived with Lord Whelan and Lady Susanna of Langley who raised her alongside their two sons, Christopher and Mitchell, in hiding from the evil King Ethelwulf who killed her father, King Francis.Christopher left his family years ago, tired of seeing the hypocrisy of Ethelwulf's rule, making a name for himself with t...
  • Deanne Patterson
    Before you read this please do yourself a favor and read, Always the novella length book immediately preceding this one. It will set up the backstory for this book so you'll understand it.With that being said, This. Book. I. Loved. It!A young adult medieval era book that is sure to keep your attention at any age, as it did mine.When a secret is revealed it puts Lady Adelaide's life in danger when it's revealed this orphan is the heir to Mercia’...
  • Shirley Chapel
    Princess Adelaide Constance Becomes Queen. Lady Adelaide in hiding from the wicked King Ethelwulf of Mercia, has celebrated her twentieth birthday with her adopted family. She has no idea that she is the missing crown princess Constance, legal heir of the throne of Mercia. Her Aunt who has raised her is terminally ill and on her death bed she tells Adelaide who she really is and encourages her to reclaim the throne of Mercia from the wicked king ...