My Sparkling Misfortune (Lakeland Knight)

My Sparkling Misfortune (Lakeland Knight)

Laura Lond


***1st position Reader perspectives Literary Award 2010 winner within the younger Reader category***

Lord Arkus of Blackriver fort with ease admits that he's a villain and sees no this is because it may cease him from being the protagonist of this publication. in the end, Prince Kellemar, an aspiring hero, has defeated him in a slightly questionable method. Bent on revenge, Arkus makes an attempt to seize a strong evil spirit who might make him approximately invincible, yet a last-minute mistake leaves him with a gleaming instead--"a goody-goody spirit that is helping heroes, watches over sons and daughters, and messes up villains' plans." sure to Lord Arkus for 5 years of provider and sworn to behave in his most sensible pursuits, the gleaming isn't really effortless to eliminate, and naturally his figuring out of "best pursuits" is sort of various from what Lord Arkus has in brain.

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